UK: Arla launches Lactofree skimmed milk
Lactofree line extended
Arla has expanded its line of dairy products aimed at lactose intolerant consumers with the launch of a skimmed milk under its Lactofree brand.
The company said Lactofree milk is make from "regular cows' milk" which is then filtered to remove half the lactose. An enzyme is then used to break down the remaining milk sugars.
"As nothing else is added or removed, what you get is the nutritional benefits and great taste of regular milk just without the lactose," Arla claimed.
Lactofree skimmed launched today (22 April) in Tesco and Asda.
Say yes to a skinny latte!
It's the news your morning cup of coffee has been waiting for - Lactofree skimmed is here!
Our dairy drink is made from regular cows' milk which is filtered to remove half the lactose, the sugars naturally found in milk. An enzyme is then added to the milk to break down the remaining milk sugars which your body can easily absorb. As nothing else is added or removed, what you get is the nutritional benefits and great taste of regular milk just without the lactose.
Lactofree skimmed is available in Tesco and Asda stores from Monday 22nd April - keep your eyes peeled and come and let us know what you think on Facebook and Twitter.
Original source: Arla Foods
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