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I have tried googling this but you get all sorts of answers. I know that the white top milk is non fat, but it still has calories.

What is the orange top? Is it skimmed milk, or what?

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Foremost milk the orange top is just ordinary milk,with the fat in,

don't know what other brands are.

regards Worgeordie

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1 minute ago, worgeordie said:

Foremost milk the orange top is just ordinary milk,with the fat in,

don't know what other brands are.

regards Worgeordie

Foremost ...... a company that makes milk from powder.

Not ordinary milk IMHO.

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1 minute ago, BritManToo said:

Foremost ...... a company that makes milk from powder.

Not ordinary milk IMHO.

It is Mejii milk.

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5 minutes ago, worgeordie said:

Foremost milk the orange top is just ordinary milk,with the fat in,

don't know what other brands are.

regards Worgeordie

So what is the difference between the orange top and the dark blue top?

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Just now, BritManToo said:

Foremost ...... a company that makes milk from powder.

Not ordinary milk IMHO.

The was when the Vietnam war was on,and the company was set

up to provide milk to the US armed forces,due to lack of dairy herds

here at the time, this is not the case anymore and the do use fresh

milk provided by dairy farmers,

IMHO, you also stated that Elephants are not indigenous to Thailand

more fake news.

regards Worgeordie

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Tayaout and Tonray, why the confusion? It is a simple enough question.

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10 minutes ago, possum1931 said:

It is Mejii milk.

I buy the Mejii blue top which states "nam nom coh 100%" = liquid breast cow 100%

I take that to mean full fat milk.

 

Mejii Orange top is skimmed milk.

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Three milk collection centres of 12 nationwide have exclusive contracts to supply raw milk to FrieslandCampina (Thailand).= Foremost.

Taken from newspaper article, BP

regards Worgeordie

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2 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

I buy the Mejii blue top which states "nam non coh 100%" = milk from cow 100%

I take that to mean full fat milk.

 

Mejii Orange top is skimmed milk.

Thanks, that is the answer I was looking for. Worgeordie says that the orange top has fat in it, I am nowhere

near overweight and never have been, I just want to make sure that I do not put any weight on, but I love milk, and up to now I have been drinking the white top non fat milk.

 

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1 minute ago, sunnyboy2018 said:

Full.fat non steralised just pasturised is best. Ideally organic

Yes, but what about the calories?

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1 minute ago, possum1931 said:

Thanks, that is the answer I was looking for. Worgeordie says that the orange top has fat in it, I am nowhere

near overweight and never have been, I just want to make sure that I do not put any weight on, but I love milk, and up to now I have been drinking the white top non fat milk.

 

I don't believe there is any consistency in colour coding between different makes of milk in Thailand.

Worgeordie may well have been right about the Foremost milk colours.

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16 minutes ago, possum1931 said:

Tayaout and Tonray, why the confusion? It is a simple enough question.

You ask if some milk also has calories. You won't find anything without calorie except water. 

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Just now, Tayaout said:

You ask if some milk also has calories. You won't find anything without calorie except water. 

I understand that skimmed milk has very little calories.

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