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Goat’s milk back in stock

Added on April 17th, 2012
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Dried Goats Milk Powder

Allergy care Goats Milk

After some delay, we now have dried goat’s milk back in stock.

To reconstitute into 1 pint of goats milk, gently add a pint of warm water to 4 tablespoons (2oz) of powder, whilst stirring vigorously. (Boiling water should be allowed to cool slightly before being added.) The contents of the pack make approximately 1.9 litres /3 pints. This powdered goat’s milk is good to take if you travel, as you can then always have the milk you want.

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