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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Lactose-Free Milk in Denmark

Dairy Markets has a short squib up on its site that should be good news for my Danish readers.


Arla Foods has launched a lactose-free milk in Denmark, the first in a new line of lactose-free dairy products.

Official estimates suggest that between 3% and 6% of Danes suffer from lactose intolerance. But the product will also be aimed at those who think they have a problem and have therefore opted for non-dairy alternatives.

Arla is the huge UK manufacturer of Lactofree milk.

I can't find any additional information on this new Danish product. But let's face it. When you market a product who think they need it but don't really, the state of information about lactose intolerance is beyond nuts into surreal.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Do you know what is the price of lactofree yoghurt in Denmark?