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Posted by: Kinnie | 2008/09/18

&quot Whole milk" 

Can you please help. I bought yogurt that says on the ingrediens list it contain whole milk, what does it means? Does it perhaps means full cream. It is manufactured locally in the Western Cape and apart from sweeten on the label, it does not say low fat either.

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Dear Kinnie
Whole milk is equivalent to full-cream milk, which in SA contains about 3,3 g of fat per 100 ml. Low-fat or 2% milk contains 2g of fat per 100 ml and fat-free or skim milk contains 0,2 g of fat per 100 ml. Select a yoghurt that says "Low-fat" or "Fat-free" on the label if you want to reduce weight.
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