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Fun FactsThe energy in milk comes from its protein, carbohydrate and fat content, with the exception of skim milk that has virtually no fat. The energy content of some milk varieties is shown in theCalories: 400, 450, 490, 500 More Info
Fun Facts78 calories per 100g of “Milk, Chocolate, fluid, commercial, reduced Fat, with added calcium” amount to 4% of a daily intake of 2000 calories, but your daily values may be higher or lower dependingCalories: 700, 750, 780, 790, 800 More Info
Fun Facts56 calories per 100g of “Milk, reduced Fat, fluid, 2% milkfat, with added nonfat Milk solids, without added vitamin A” amount to 3% of a daily intake of 2000 calories, but your daily valuesCalories: 500, 540, 550, 600 More Info
Fun Facts41 calories per 100g of “Milk, nonfat, fluid, protein fortified, with added vitamin A and vitamin D (fat free and skim)” amount to 2% of a daily intake of 2000 calories, but your dailyCalories: 400, 410, 450, 500 More Info
Fun FactsThe fat content of milk varies with species (cow, sheep, goat, water buffalo), animal breed, feed, stage of lactation, and other factors. In order to provide the consumer with a consistent product, most milkCalories: 300, 350, 360, 370, 400 More Info
Fun FactsThe fat content of milk varies with species (cow, sheep, goat, water buffalo), animal breed, feed, stage of lactation, and other factors. In order to provide the consumer with a consistent product, most milkCalories: 400, 430, 440, 450, 500 More Info