Milk and its products are very important for development and physiology of human organism. In developed countries annual consumption of milk per person is above 100 liters while this rate in our country is about 25 liters. Unfortunately milk is not consumed as needed especially by children. According to the Index of the Global Diary, economic development, urbanization and increasement of the purchasing power of middle class citizens are the most important factors of the epanding dairy market. Annual consumption milk and its products per person is expected to increase all over the world expect West Europe between the years 2010 - 2020, and this expection is commented as the increasement of purchasement is being slide from west to east. In spite of milk and its products are important nutrition elements for humans, they can be very serious risk factors for consumer health if they are produced under unsufficient hygiene conditions and / or absence of food security systems.