29 Jan 2008
last update:6 Aug 2012
Some farmers do not reach the criterium of 1% Omega
3-fatty acids in the milk. Because other farmers produce more than the
criterium, the average of the "omega 3 milk" sold in the supermarkets does reach
the 1% norm. Related news:Confidence for Campina to start with healthy milk
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