ingredient information
Milk Non Fat
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Skin Milk, Milk with fat removed. To see the impact of your milk choice from another perspective, look at the difference in calorie content and the actual amount of fat in each type of milk. The recommended choices for most adults, nonfat (skim) and 1 percent (low-fat) milk, contain 86 to 105 calories in each eight-ounce glass, and 0.4 to 2.4 grams of fat. Two-percent milk, which contains about 120 to 125 calories and 4.7 grams of fat in the same portion, is appropriate for people with higher calorie needs and who dont eat a lot of high-fat foods (especially children). Raw milk" Cow's milk in as milked state "Normal liquid milk" Cow's milk sold for the purpose of direct intake "Certified milk" Normal liquid milk sold as certified milk "Partly skimmed milk" Food obtained by removal of a part of milkfat from raw milk, normal liquid milk or certified milk, other than skimmed milk "Skimmed milk" Food obtained by removal of almost all the milkfat from raw milk, normal liquid milk or certified milk, other than skimmed milk "Processed milk" Food obtained by processing raw milk, normal liquid milk or certified milk, or foods manufactured using these milks as ingredients, which are sold for the purpose of direct intake (excludes partly skimmed milk, skimmed milk, fermented milk and lactic acid bacteria drinks) "Cream (milk product)" Product obtained by removal of all constituents other than milkfat from raw milk, normal liquid milk or certified milk "Butter" Product made by churning and working fat globules obtained from raw milk, normal liquid milk or certified milk "Butter oil" Product obtained by removal of almost all constituents other than milkfat from butter or cream