October 1996 Issue
A New Milk to Replace Skim Milk?
If you don't drink skim milk because you're no fan of the taste or its blueish hue -- even though you know it's better for you than 1% or 2% -- there may soon be a fat-free alternative in the supermarket cold case. Beginning this fall, a few dairies on the East and West coasts will fortify skim milk with a newly developed product called Replace. Developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture
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