By now, we’ve all seen it.
You’ve seen the Chinese knock-offs that are making the rounds.
Or the ones that are being produced in Europe by small local producers.
You might even have noticed a few dozen brands in Australia that are producing the same kind of milk as those you’ve seen everywhere else.
But what if you haven’t seen them?
Well, you’re not alone.
There are thousands of Chinese milk brands on the market, making it very difficult to identify which are actually genuine.
So, to help you spot the real thing, we compiled a list of the top-selling dairy products from the Asian markets.
This list is based on a review of more than 500,000 ingredients.
So there’s a lot more that’s out there that we haven’t even covered yet.
And there are hundreds more brands that aren’t listed here.
And those that are still making milk in Asia are still doing so using the same formula as the ones in the West.
If you’re looking to learn more about the world of milk, we suggest you check out this article from our sister site, The Dairy Journal.
And if you’d like to know how the Asian milk industry is evolving, check out our latest article from Food & Wine magazine.
And if you’re interested in knowing how dairy products are made, check the Milk Basics article on the Milk History website.