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Monday, August 10, 2009

Lactose-Free Milk Taste Test

Yesterday I wrote that Lactose-Free Milk Was Still a Work-in-Progress.

So here's somebody who's working on it.

Would you like to be the taste tester for a new type of lactose-free milk? An opportunity just fell into your lap if you live in the right test markets.

Have you forgotten the great taste of fresh-from-the dairy milk or seeking a healthier alternative? For millions, the delicious taste of milk has been muted by substitutes that taste too sweet, replaced with 'grainy' soy products or just completely eliminated from their diets.

If you had the opportunity to enjoy the real taste of milk without the unwanted side effects, wouldn't you want to give it a try?

MomSelect is recruiting male and female participants ranging between 25-54 years who are interested in experiencing the fresh taste of milk or seeking a healthier alternative. You must also reside in one of the following cities: Boston MA, New York City, Syracuse NY, Albany NY, Hartford CT or Philadelphia PA.

This healthier lactose free milk has:
· 38 percent more protein and 42 percent less sugar than the leading lactose free brand.
· 42 percent less sugar than regular milk
· 38 percent less fat than regular milk (2%)
· Calcium for strong bones and teeth
· Vitamin D to help the absorption of calcium
· Made in upstate New York from USA Grade A milk, ultra-pasteurized, homogenized and are rBST free

Please complete a short evaluation form by clicking on this link. After completion and review, we will be in contact with you via email within 3-4 weeks to confirm your participation. If you have any questions, feel free to contact

The link will be closed once the program is full. This is a limited time offer.

I'm just passing along the info, since please don't ask me any questions. I have no answers. (Though I'd love to get some as soon as they're available.) The firm is a legit one, though.

And they're supporting upstate New York, also a fine thing. I wish them luck. And soon. My curiosity is killing me.

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1 comment:

Karen Coutu said...

Thanks for posting about this! :)