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All-Natural But Still ‘Imitation’? The Strange Case Of The Skim Milk Label

A Florida dairy farmer has had to dump hundreds of gallons of skim milk from her creamery because she doesn't add vitamins back in. Legally, that makes it an "imitation milk product."
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