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Sponsored: Nu-trish milk

Sponsored: Nu-trish milk

Q: What is the difference between the Laura Lynn "Nu-trish" milk and the Laura Lynn regular 1% milk? 

A: Both milks come from cows on dairy farms that supply Ingles Markets (mostly within about 150 miles of Asheville, NC) and both milks are pasteurized and put into their containers in our the West Asheville MILKCO plant that is owned by Ingles Markets. The difference in the milks is that the Nu-trish milk has added probiotics (good bacteria) which may help with intestinal (gut) health.

Leah McGrath, RDN, LDN

Ingles Markets Corporate Dietitian

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