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July 2001

Organic lactose-free milk or formula Does this exist? Where can I get it? Colleen

Berkeley Bowl carries an organic lactose-free milk made by Organic Valley. It is quite tasty. I didn't notice if they had whole milk. I bought the 1% because they didn't have non-fat. Teri
I don't know if it exists - but try Whole Foods on Telegraph @ Ashby, they might carry it or know how to find out if it exists. Effie
Anne Try Rice Dream. Its an organic milk. You can buy it at Safeway or Albertsons. My daughter has been using it for a while now. When I stopped nursing her, she had a very hard time digesting formula and/or whole milk. I tried everything, but this seems to be the only thing that works for her.
Purchase regular whole Organic milk of your choice and add the recommended amount of Lactase enzyme drops to the milk. Voila, organic, lactose-free milk. It worked quite well for my lactose intolerant family. You can find the drops at most drug stores (Rite Aide, Longs, etc.) Rachelle
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