Types of Milk

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There’s a type of milk for every lifestyle. Whole milk contains at least 3.25% milk fat (M.F.), which is lighter than cream but has more body than lower fat milk. When a portion of the milk’s fat is removed, it becomes partly skimmed milk, such as 2% milk and 1% milk, depending on the quantity removed. Skim milk is virtually fat-free, with only about 0.1% fat.

Other than the fat content, all these milks contain the same 15 essential nutrients.

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