Bojan GOLIĆ, Milijana GOLIĆ, Tanja ILIĆ


The process hygiene criterion is a microbiological criterion that applies to the process of
food production and processing and indicates the proper functioning of the production process by
representing the value of the contamination above which corrective measures are taken to maintain
the process hygiene. Pasteurized milk is a product obtained by heat treatment of raw milk at a
temperature of 63° C for 30 minutes or 72° C for 15 seconds. Pasteurization has two purposes, the
first one is to elimination of all pathogenic microorganisms, and the second is to reduce the number
of saprophytic microorganisms, which prolongs the shelf life without changing the nutritional and
biological value of the milk.
The aim of the study is to examine the safety of pasteurized milk and the conditions of hygiene in
the production process based on the results of the examination of pasteurized milk on the criteria of
hygiene in the production process, as well as to develop a proposal for the recommended
microorganisms to be tested in the process of the production of pasteurized milk.
Samples of pasteurized milk come from a pasteurizing plant that purchases milk from the territory
of Republika Srpska, and were sampled in the six-month period (January-June), within self-control
and official control. For microbiological testing of raw milk, standard BAS ISO methods were used.
The results of pasteurized milk testing in relation to the hygiene criteria in the production process
are satisfactory in relation to the Rulebook on Microbiological Criteria for Food. The results of selfcontrol
on the recommended microbiological criteria in the process of obtaining pasteurized milk,
which are given in the Guideline on the Application of Microbiological Criteria for Food, are
satisfactory in relation to the finding of Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella spp. and coagulase
positive staphylococci, and unsatisfactory for a number of microorganisms.
The results of official controls in the production process of pasteurized milk are unsatisfactory due
to the increased number of microorganisms in 12.50% of the samples. 22.20% of pasteurized milk
samples had the number of microorganisms larger than 105CFU/ml within self-control and official
controls. Examination of pasteurized milk in the self-control of the production process should be
performed on enterobacteria and the total count of microorganisms, and in the interpretation of the
results the recommended limit values from the Guideline on the application of microbiological
criteria for food should be used.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7251/VETJEN1901098G


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Ветеринарски журнал Републике Српске је покренут 2001. године како би истраживачи и стручњаци код нас и у региону и широм свијета могли да објављују своја истраживања и радове. Часопис је посвећен унапређењу и ширењу научних сазнања о ветеринарским наукама и сродним академским дисциплинама. Ветеринарски журнал Републике Српске је отвореног приступа, рецензирани научни часопис ЈУ Ветеринарски институт Републике Српске ”Др Васо Бутозан” Бања Лука, Република Српска/БиХ, посвећен објављивању оригиналних научних радова, прегледних радова, мини прегледних радова, кратких комуникација, стручно-техничких извјештаја, приказ случаја и писма уреднику. Ветеринарски журнал Републике Српске објављује се на српском и енглеском језику, у годишњим волуменима који се састоје од два броја, на моделу Open Access који омогућава високу видљивост радова. Ветеринарски журнал Републике Српске је индексиран као национални часопис. Сваки рукопис биће обрађен од стране два рецензента који пружају квалитетну уредничку обраду. Упутства за пријављивање рукописа, припрему рада, процедуру рецензије и све остале детаље доступна су на страницама часописа. Ова страница ће ауторе упутити корак по корак кроз процес пријављивање (Упутство за ауторе).

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Veterinary Journal of Republic of Srpska was launched in 2001 to offer researchers and professionals in the region and worldwide a place to publish their research findings and work. The Journal is devoted to the advancement and dissemination of scientific knowledge concerning veterinary sciences and related academic disciplines. Veterinary Journal of Republic of Srpska is an open access, peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the PI VETERINARY INSTITUTE REPUBLIC OF SRPSKA „Dr. VasoButozan“ BANJA LUKA, Republic of Srpska/B&H, and dedicated to the publication of full research papers, reviews articles, mini review articles, short communications, technical reports, case reports and letters to the Editor. Veterinary Journal of Republic of Srpskais published in Serbian and English, in yearly volumes comprising two issues, on an Open Access model which allows high visibility of articles. Veterinary Journal of Republic of Srpskais indexed as a national journal. Each manuscript will be handled by two reviewers providing quality editorial processing. The instructions for manuscript submission, paper preparing, peer-review procedure and all other details are available on the Journal homepage. This site will guide Authors stepwise through the submission process (Author Guidelines).

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