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Dutch Lady Fresh Milk (Pasteurised)

Pasteurised Milk

A great day begins with a strong start — and drinking Dutch Lady milk in the morning is an easy way to ensure you and your family are starting your days with good nutrition.

Nothing beats the naturally delicious taste of fresh milk, and Dutch Lady Fresh Milk is packed with nutrients like Protein, Calcium and Vitamin B2. So whether you’re drinking it as is, dipping in your favourite cookies, or pairing it with cereal in the morning, milk is the perfect drink for you and your family.

Dutch Lady Fresh Milk is available in 3 formats (UHT, Sterilised, and Pasteurised) and different pack sizes to serve every household’s needs for any occasion.
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Nutritional Information

Average Composition

Per 100ml

Per Serving 250ml

Energy

61kcal

154kcal

Protein

3.0g

7.5g

Carbohydrate

4.7g

11.8g

Total Sugars

4.7g

11.8g

Lactose

4.7g

11.8g

Total Fat

3.4g

8.5g

Sodium

35mg

88mg

Calcium

114.0mg

285.0mg

Vitamin B2

0.13mg

0.33m

Storage

Once opened, refrigerate and consume with 3 days

Shelf Life

30 days

 

FAQ
  • What is Fresh Milk?

    Fresh Milk is a type of plain milk (non-flavoured). It is milk that is obtained freshly from the farm and contains several essential nutrients available naturally in milk, such as Calcium, High Quality Protein and Vitamin B2.

  • Is Fresh Milk better than Full Cream Milk or Low Fat Milk?

    All milk products, whether it is Fresh Milk, Full Cream, Low Fat Milk or even Flavoured Milk, are considered to be nutritious food. The health benefits associated with consuming dairy foods are linked to all types of milk. Fresh Milk contains several essential nutrients that are available naturally such as Calcium, High Quality Protein and Vitamin B2. Full Cream Milk is creamier in texture and also contain nutrients that are available naturally in milk but has also been fortified with additional nutrients such as Vitamin D & A to cater to different nutritional needs of the society. As for Low Fat Milk, the amount of calorie is relatively low, so if you are aiming for a low calorific intake, you can opt for low fat milk.