'Dawn of a new dairy aisle category': US firm debuts 'dairy-identical', cow-free milk

Cecilia Keating
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Plant-free milks have abounded in recent years, but the dairy-identical alternative market is less mature | Credit: iStock
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Plant-free milks have abounded in recent years, but the dairy-identical alternative market is less mature | Credit: iStock

Bettermilk tastes identical to milk, but relies on a whey protein made by microflora, according to company

A California health food company claims to have developed the world's first animal-free, dairy-identical milk, by relying on a whey protein identical to that found in cow's milk to produce milk with a...

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