My milk mama donor donates to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics milk collection service. She says they take her frozen milk . I know they have to pasteurize and otherwise process the milk. But as we all know once the milk is thawed it doesn't stay good forever. Does processing the milk in the milk banks after thawing it "render" it a longer stability? Can milk-bank processed milk even be refrozen? I thought I saw a picture of this on a website describing our own milk collection depot here in Wisconsin: http://www.mothersmilkwi.org/photos_stories.php
See that processed donor milk in the fridge??? It had been obtained from previously frozen "unprocessed" milk!
Any answers would be appreciated! I am a very curious person.