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Is Flavored Uht Milk Ok?


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#1 A&Z'S MOM

 
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Posted 21 November 2009 - 09:28 PM

hi guys
my kids can now tolerate diary with no symtoms...we do one serving of dairy right now...i wanted your opinions on this product...its a vanilla flavoured uht milk...these r the ingredients on the box...(fresh cows milk,partially skimmed,sugar,nature-identical vanilla flavour,natural colouring E100,Vit A,Vit D,Min 2 % fat,min 8.5% milk solids non fat,uht treated)
i just get really nervous with any packaged stuff.. :unsure: ...i know i sound paranoid..but only parents can understand... :rolleyes:
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Posted 24 November 2009 - 10:21 AM

Are you in the US? I had never heard of uht milk, so i googled it, and it seems to be a Canada/australian thing. I can find any info about it-sorry. I would recommend calling the company.
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Posted 24 November 2009 - 09:26 PM

Are you in the US? I had never heard of uht milk, so i googled it, and it seems to be a Canada/australian thing. I can find any info about it-sorry. I would recommend calling the company.


well uht milk means that the milk has been treated at high temperature for longer shelf life..then packed into tetra packs..its long life milk..an alternative to powdered milk..i live in the middle east and have had no luck pursuing anything over the phone...those who attend the toll free numbers have no clue...i have mentioned this beofre on the forum too...that there is very little awareness about celiac here....but anyway reading the labels is the way to go.....i guess..thanx for going thru the trouble of posting and googling....this forum has become my rock....bless u!
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