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It means we have full control over the cows and their feed, as well as each step of the milk processing and packaging. We ensure strict control hygiene and safety, thus it gets to your supermarket and the fridge faster and fresher.
Permeate is a technical term for the lactose, water, vitamins and minerals components of milk produced by a separation process called ultra-filtration.
Milk brands from Australia and New Zealand, distributed in Singapore, as of end July 2012, have not labelled their packaging as permeate-free. However, we cannot verify the contents of other brands, but we can assure you that Greenfields products do not contain permeate.
It is not known to be harmful to human consumption but buying milk with permeate means you're not getting 100% of what you paid for - fresh milk.
It is real, fresh milk with NOTHING added to it.
If a cow falls ill, it may be treated with antibiotics, just like humans. But the milk from these cows is NOT used in our production.
Our product is Halal certified by the LPPOM-MUI, which is an institution formed by Majelis Ulama Indonesia (the Islamic Religious Council of Indonesia). MUIS recognises the Halal certification by LPPOM-MUI. Therefore, there is no requirement to use Singapore's Halal logo.
The sugar content in our milk is natural and not added. It comes from the feed that we feed our cows.
No, 'sugar' in nutritional panel refers to lactose or carbohydrates, which are available in the milk. Lactose gives you energy for your daily activities.
When starting toddlers on cow’s milk, we suggest that ideally, children are two (2) years old and above. However, as each child’s condition may differ, and as such we suggest that you seek advice from your paediatrician to determine whether or not your child, who is younger than two (2) years old, is capable of drinking pasteurised milk.
It is recommended that you warm the milk by putting the milk into a cup/bottle and then, putting the cup/bottle into a bowl of hot water.
Homogenisation is the process of breaking up the fat globules in cream to such a small size that they remain suspended evenly in the milk rather than separating out and floating to the surface.
It is a process of heating a food, which is usually a liquid, to a specific temperature for a predefined length of time and then immediately cooling it after it is removed from the heat. This process kills bacteria and slows spoilage due to microbial growth in the food.
Yes, pasteurised milk has to be kept chilled to maintain the freshness. Pasteurisation process only kills pathogen bacteria thus chilled storage will keep the milk longer.
UHT milk should be kept at room temperature before opening and has a shelf life of approximately nine months. Once the pack is opened, it is recommended to keep the milk refrigerated and to be consumed within four days.
UHT milk is processed at high temperature to kill the microorganisms (bacteria) and is packed with multi-layer packaging to keep the quality of the milk. There are no additional additives or preservatives in UHT milk.
There are many levels of lactose intolerance. If in doubt, contact your doctor or nutritionist.
If you suffer from a chronic disease, you should consult your doctor in terms of the optimal nutrition you should consume.


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