Why do you add Vitamin A to some of your milk products? - Straus Family Creamery

Why do you add Vitamin A to some of your milk products?

To replace the Vitamin A removed when fat is separated from whole milk, federal law requires Vitamin A to be added to milk that is lower in fat than whole milk — namely, nonfat, lowfat (1%), and reduced fat (2%) milks. Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin and dissolves in milk. Vitamin A is added only to our nonfat, lowfat and reduced fat milks, not to our whole milk.

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