Not all types of 'milk' the same

Not all types of 'milk' the same

WHILE plant-based "milk" products, such as beverages made from almonds and soybeans, have some nutritional promise, they have a difficult time replacing milk from a cow, J.M. Madigan of North Carolina State University-Raleigh reported during the undergraduate student oral competition on dairy foods at the 2016 Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Animal Science and American Dairy Science Assn. in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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