Milk containing 1% percent milk fat. Although many will consider skim milk, which contains 1 percent or less of milk fat to be a low-fat milk, the typical classification for a low-fat milk is the variety labeled "1% low-fat" milk. Generally low-fat milk has been fortified with vitamin A and D and may also have been fortified with non-fat milk powder to enhance the flavor, making the milk richer tasting. An 8 ounce serving of low-fat milk provides approximately 312 mg of calcium, 2.2 grams of fat and 104 calories.
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