5 simple tips to retain natural nutrients
A lot of nature’s goodness can be lost in processing, especially if we are not careful about the way we prepare our food. Here are some tips to help you retain nature’s nutrients in your meal preparations, just like how we protect and preserve the natural milk protein in the way we process our milk.
To maintain the high quality of our milk between the farm and the factory, our milk is kept at under 4°C. Our truck drivers perform regular temperature inspections to make sure that the milk is kept fresh all the way.
Our packaging process complies with stringent hygiene laws. Every Friso Gold can is 100% produced and packed in The Netherlands, locking in goodness in one unbroken chain before it reaches your nearest store.
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