14 Disgusting Secrets About Your Groceries
Most brands of commercial milk you can buy at any grocery stores are made by combining, heating, homogenizing, and repackaging the milk of hundreds of cows.
The milk is standardized, fortified, pasteurized and homogenized. Translated, this means that it will be taken apart and put back together again, not always in the same proportions. Then it will be cooked and emulsified.