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News, 3/5/2015

Demystifying Finnish dairy food

Photo: Finnish Dairy Nutrition CouncilFinnish cuisine, dairy products, milk, yogurt, buttermilk, piimä, curd milk, viili, homemade-style cheese, kotijuusto, bread cheese, leipäjuusto, Dairy Nutrition Council, Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, LGG, Gefilus, probiotic, Helsinki, FinlandDessert anyone? Dairy products play a significant role in Finnish cuisine.

A visit to the dairy section of a Finnish supermarket can initially be an overwhelming experience, with a range of products that may seem unfamiliar at first glance. We shed some light on the Finnish dairy industry so that you don’t need to cry over unspilt milk.

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Updated 3/5/2015


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