aseptic filling The filling of cans or other containers with food that has already been sterilized, the process thus having to be carried out under aseptic conditions. Continuous sterilization as the food passes along narrow pipes (followed by aseptic filling) allows more rapid heating, with less effect on the quality of the food, than sterilization by heating after canning.
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