Would you drink 63-day-old milk? Scientists would

Found on CNet News on Friday, 22 July 2016
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In experiments, the LTST method extended the milk's shelf life (typically 8 to 14 days) to up to 63 days. Millisecond Technologies (MST) developed the process, which uses a heated, pressurized chamber to quickly raise and lower the temperature of the liquid. The method was first used on juice, but the company later switched its focus to milk. It's in the process of rolling out the technology on a commercial scale.

It's easy to check: you will quickly notice if your milk has gone bad.