Powdered milk from Central Lechera Asturiana
Have you ever tried milk powder? Do you know the difference between powdered and liquid milk from Central Lechera Asturiana? Discover Central Lechera Asturiana’s range of powdered milk today.
What is milk powder?
Powdered milk is dehydrated milk. That is, normal cow’s milk from which the water has been removed through a series of procedures to obtain a powder consistency.
What is the main benefit of milk powder? Having been separated from the water, powdered milk preserves its nutrients much better, including calcium and proteins.
What are the differences between milk powder and liquid milk?
Powdered milk maintains all its nutritional properties until it is mixed with water, while liquid milk loses its properties as soon as it’s opened.
Liquid milk has a much shorter shelf life than powdered milk. An opened carton of milk lasts about a week, while powdered milk keeps for much longer.
What types of milk powder does Central Lechera Asturiana have?
Central Lechera Asturiana has two types of powdered milk:
- Full-cream milk powder, with a minimum of 26% fat by weight.
- Skimmed milk powder, with a minimum of 1% fat by weight.
There are also different packs of 1 kg and 800 g.