Unlike the more traditional 'flash' pasteurisation technology which overcooks ingredients and impairs the delicate flavours, HPP allows products to be treated in their final packaging in a high pressure chamber which is flooded with cold water and pressurised for a short period.
What does HPCBR stand for?
HPCBR stands for High Pressure Chamber
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In the HPP process, the product is packaged in a flexible container and is loaded into a high pressure chamber filled with cold water and then pressurized with a pump.
From the top to the bottom of the photograph, the samples were drawn an additional 70% in the high pressure chamber at atmospheric pressure and P = 7.