An ultra-lean organic milk will hit the supermarket shelves in Denmark as an innovative dairy comes up with a full tasting product.
Organic farmers in Denmark claim to have developed a new type of organic milk with a fat content of 0.05 per cent. The product will initially be rolled out to the øresund region of Denmark.
Thiese Mejeri, a small innovative producer and distributor of dairy products, developed the milk with the aim of removing as much fat as possible while retaining the rich taste of the milk.
According to øresund Food Excellence which alerted the world to the new milk, the 'dairy has succeeded because the milk comes from Jersey cattle' which by nature have a richer taste than milk from traditional Holstein and red and white dairy cattle.
A year ago Jersey milk - separately branded - was introduced for the first time in the øresund Region. According to the øresund report, in light of the success of the new brand, Thiese got the idea to develop 'the worlds most lean milk product'.