Whole Milk is defined as milk from which no fat has been removed.
Whole milk is considered a complete food. The milk fat found in whole milk contains glycosphingolipids , which are fats that encourage cell metabolism, growth and fight gastrointestinal infections.
Milk is rich in Calcium and Vitamins A & D.
Opaque white liquid, unprocessed and from which no constituent like fat, has been removed
Selecting and Buying
Preparation and Use
Milk and milk products are processed in dairy facilities. Examples of milk products are cream, butter and cheese.
Conserving and Storing
Pasteurisation is used to kill harmful microorganisms by heating the milk for a short time and then cooling it for storage and transportation. Pasteurised milk is still perishable and must be stored col by both suppliers and consumers. Dairies print expiration dates on each container after which stored will remove any unsold milk from their shelves.