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17 January 2011

Organic milk fights climate change

Wetter, cooler summers can have a detrimental effect on the milk we drink, according to new research.

Wetter, cooler summers can have a detrimental effect on the milk we drink, according to new research published by Newcastle University in the UK.

But they also discovered that switching to organic milk could help overcome these problems. Organic supermarket milk showed higher levels of nutritionally beneficial fatty acids compared with 'ordinary' milk regardless of the time of year or weather conditions.

 
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