non-dairy

non-dairy

adj
not containing any milk or cream
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Food and Drug Administration classifies sodium caseinate as a non-dairy product, because it is altered so much during processing that it Is no longer regarded as a true dairy substance.
Not only is it non-dairy, it also contains about half the sugar of traditional ice cream and top-quality ingredients, so you can feel good about eating ice cream again.
This non-dairy, soy-free, nut-free, refrigerated delight comes in a spray can, just like the whipped cream of your childhood.
A LEADING bone specialist has warned that non-dairy diets, popular with teenage girls, could be putting them at risk of osteoporosis later in life.
Professor David Reid, consultant rheumatologist and osteoporosis specialist at 25 Harley Street, said those choosing non-dairy alternatives such as soya milk or nut milks should ensure it is supplemented with calcium.
The Jiangsu province-based firm is Chinas leading maker of non-dairy creamer, and also makes fresh bakery products and processed food.
With today's increased interest in allergy-free, vegan foods, an array of non-dairy ice cream alternatives in a wide range of flavors are filling ice cream cases in supermarkets.
has introduced Banana Wave bananamilk, a healthy, antioxidant-rich, shelf-stable, non-dairy beverage made with bananas and based on an ancient African recipe.
Creating these new flavors with a non-dairy base composition that meets the high expectations of Ben & Jerry's consumers was quite a challenge.
Almetta's founders created the dessert to satisfy their goal of making a plant-based, non-dairy dessert that tastes rich.
Today, refrigerated and shelf-stable sections of supermarkets are spilling over with numerous non-dairy milk options.
Back then, even though the FDA considered it non-dairy according to its own arcane rules (it was lactose-free), kashrut-observant Jews considered it dairy because of the caseinate.
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