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ke·fir

 (kĕ-fîr′)
n.
A creamy drink made of fermented cow's milk.

[Russian, probably ultimately from Old Turkic köpür, (milk) froth, foam, from köpürmäk, to froth, foam.]

kefir

(ˈkɛfə)
n
(Cookery) an effervescent drink made from fermented milk, traditional in the Caucasus and now popular as a health product

ke•fir

(kəˈfɪər)
n.
a tart-tasting drink made from cow's or sometimes goat's milk.
[1880–85; < Russian kefír]
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846329 Milk, dairy products, namely milk beverages (milk predominating); clotted milk, buttermilk; yogurt, fruit yoghurt, yoghurt flavoured with chocolate and cocoa; non-alcoholic milk drinks with added flavourings; kephir, cream, soft white cheese, soft white cheese with fruits and herbs; desserts consisting essentially of milk, flavoured with spices, with gelatine and/or starch as binders; butter, clarified butter, cheese and cheese products, dietetic yoghurt for non-medical purposes, milk and whey powder, powdered cheese, processed cheese powder; milk; whey and cheese, thickened for food and animal food production; milk protein substances as finished food products; all included in Class 29.
839903 Non alcoholic beverages, beverages containing in non predominating manner milk and/or kephir and/or kumys and/or fermented milk, fruit beverages, comprising those that contains in a non predominating manner milk and/or kephir and/or kumys and/or fermented milk, fruit juices, comprising those that contains in a non predominating manner milk and/or kephir and/or kumys and/or fermented milk; all included in Class 30.
In addition to milk and cheese the EU school milk subsidy will now cover a wider range of dairy products including fruity yogurt, buttermilk, kephir, paying particular attention to low-fat products.