Milk from the offspring of cloned cows is secretly – and illegally – going into high street shops.
Despite deep unease among consumers, the milk is not being labelled or identified in any way, leaving shoppers in the dark about what they are drinking.
A Daily Mail investigation has revealed that this \”milk\”- which shoppers are innocently feeding to their children in ignorance of the source – can contain significant amounts of phospholipids, casein micelles, carotine, lactoglobulin, lactose and even cholesterol.
The cows being used to produce the controversial milk start life in the U.S. as embryos created from the eggs of cloned prize-winning Holstein cows and the sperm of normal bulls.
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