The influence of the denitrifying strain of Staphylococcus carnosus No. 5304 on the content of nitrates in the technology of yogurt production
Keywords:milk nitrates, milk denitrification, yogurt technology
Contamination of food with nitrates is a generally recognized problem. Milk is the basis for the production of many milk mixtures for baby food, and children are considered to be the most vulnerable category to the harmful influence of nitrates. The purpose of the search was to investigate the denitrification of milk with different amounts of nitrates by the denitrifying microorganisms of Staphylococcus carnosus in the technology of production of sour-milk products. The denitrification process of S. carnosus milk in the amount of 103 CFU.cm-3 was found to reduce the nitrate content by an average of 88.0 ±3.9 mg.kg-1 and in the samples of the first group was 10.3 ±2.4 mg.kg-1, the second 110.7 ±4.1 and the third 214.5 ±6.3 mg.kg-1, respectively. In the search of the denitrification process of S. carnosus milk in the amount of 104 CFU.cm-3, was found that in the ready yogurt in the samples of the first group the amount of nitrates was 1.1 ±0.1 mg.kg-1, in the second group 56.4 ±3.5 mg.kg-1, and in the third 159.5 ±4.1 mg.kg-1 respectively. In the search of the denitrification process of S. carnosus milk in the amount of 105 CFU.cm-3, was found that nitrates were practically absent in the samples of the first group, the second group did not exceed 10 mg.kg-1, and the third was 107.4 ±3.9 mg.kg-1. Therefore, received data indicate the possibility of using strain S. carnosus No. 5304 for denitrification of milk with a high content of nitrates in the technology of production of fermented milk products, in particular yogurt.
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