When one walks into a supermarket, there is a wide range of milk and milk alternatives available for purchase. The range of different types of milks and their alternatives seems to be getting larger to follow consumer demands, diets and potentially trendy fads.
Some of the brands are only available in the locality of the supermarket, others are nationwide. Some are fresh while others have been heat treated for longer shelf life. There is milk from a number of different animals as well alternatives based on plant products.
For the October Food Challenge, let us know:
- what brand of milk (store brand, Devondale, Pauls, Norco, Betta, etc); and
- what type of milk (low fat, skim, cows’ almond, soy etc)
you mostly buy.
Also let is know why you buy it and what you use it for.
If you don’t buy any milk that’s okay, you can let us know why you don’t buy it as well.