If you’re in the market for a new dairy product, there’s a good chance you’re not buying from a dairy farmer.
According to a recent survey by the International Dairy Marketing Association (IDMA), less than 10% of the dairy industry’s products in India are actually dairy-free.
This is partly due to the fact that most dairy farms produce products with higher levels of dairy fat and protein than the average Indian, so they are more likely to sell products containing these ingredients.
The other big factor is that most Indian dairy farmers do not use artificial additives in their dairy products.
As a result, the milk is typically not pasteurized, and many of the products available on the market are made with raw milk.
According the IDMA, a majority of the people surveyed in India, 71%, believe that dairy products should be pasteurized.
Despite the fact most Indian milk is pasteurized in the first place, it still does not mean that dairy farmers are following the best practices to make sure their products are safe.
While there are some exceptions, there is no real standard that all dairy farmers follow.
In fact, it is common for producers to use various additives, which can have a negative impact on the health of consumers.
There are several different types of dairy products on the marketplace in India.
Many of them, such as cow’s milk, goat’s milk and goat’s butter, are made from grass-fed cows.
Another type of dairy product is yogurt, which is made from yogurt that is pasteured with the milk of cows.
It is similar to goat’s yogurt, but it has a different taste and texture.
One of the best ways to check if your milk is a cow’s is to take a sample of the milk and check if it is clean and free of traces of antibiotics.
This can be done by taking a sample from the back of the bottle.
After taking a few samples, check the color of the product.
This is especially important if you have a lactose intolerance.
Even if you buy the product without buying any dairy ingredients, the final product will be pasteurized to ensure its purity.