Milk Powder

I. Definition

Two types of milk powder are:

  1. Full creamMilk Powder
  2. Skim Milk Powder

Full cream milk powder is cow milk, with or without standarditation process use main components and food additives that permit according with need, that has been changed to powder and not formula milk or milk-shaped vegetable.

Skim milk powder is cow milk that fat has taken and the form has changed to powder, with or without the additional of additive food.

II. QUALITY REQUIREMENT

     The quality requirement of milk powder in accordance with the table below. 

Table

The Quality Requirement of Milk Powder

No

Test Criteria

Unit

Requirements

Fat Milk Powder

Nonfat Milk Powder

1

 

 

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

 

 

 

 

 

9

10

Organoleptic1.1. Odor

1.2. Color and taste

Water, %, w/w

Ash, %, w/w

Protein (N x 6,37), %, w/w

Fat, %, w/w

Lactose, %, w/w

Starch

Metal Contamination *

8.1. Lead (Pb), mg/kg

8.2. Copper (Cu), mg/kg

8.3. Zinc (Zn), mg/kg

8.4. Tin (Sn), mg/kg

8.5. Mercury (Hg), mg/kg

Arsenic (As), mg/kg

Microbe contamination

10.1. Total Number Plate

10.2. Coliform bacteria

10.3. E. coli

10.4. Salmonella

10.5. S.aureus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

colony/g

 APM/g

 APM/g

colony/25 g

NormalNormal

Max. 4,0

Max. 6,0

Min. 25,0

Min. 26,0

Min. 35,0

Not Found

Not Found

Max. 0,3

Max. 20,0

Max. 40,0

Max. 40,0

Max. 0,03

Max. 0,1

Max. 5×105

 Max. 1×102

 < 3

Negative/100 g

Max. 1×102

NormalNormal

Max 4,0

Max. 9,0

Min. 35,0

Max. 1,5

Min. 47,0

Not Found

Not Found

Max. 0,3

Max. 20,0

Max. 40,0

Max. 40,0

Max. 0,03

Max. 0,1

Max. 5×105

 Max. 1×102

 < 3

Negative/100 g

Max. 1×102

  • Metal contamination calculated to milk are ready to eat.

III. Sampling Method

Sampling method is based on Indonesia National Standard (SNI) 19-0429-1989, Liquid and semisolid sampling instruction.

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