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T D GOODALL

Fresh Yorkshire Milk

Homogenised Milk is identical in fat and nutrient content to non-homogenised milk.  However, it has undergone a process known as homogenisation which breaks up the fat globules in the milk.  This allows the fat to be evenly distributed throughout the milk and prevents a creamy layer forming at the top.  For this reason, the traditional 'cream layer' that you find at the top of a bottle of whole milk will not appear in homogenised milk.