THIS or THAT: Nestle vs Marigold UHT full cream milk

THIS or THAT: Nestle vs Marigold UHT full cream milk

this or that UHT full cream milk

Cow’s milk has become such a big part of our diet. We drink it for breakfast as well as incorporate it into our daily cooking. The goodness of milk is so widely known that many strive to drink a glass or two to ensure their daily calcium intake is fulfilled. Among the plethora of choices, UHT milk has a longer shelf life than others hence there is less need to stock up on a weekly basis.

MARIGOLD Full Cream Milk-UHT
1 litre, RM5.29

marigold UHT milk

Nutritional information (per 100gm)- Energy-65ml, Protein 3g,Fat-3.3g, Carbohydrate-5.8g, Calcium-100mg, Vitamin A-150mcg,Vitamin B1-0.25mg, Vitamin D- 2.0mcg

Storage instruction – Keep refrigerated below 4Oc after opening

Taste – Light and watery but has a strong “milky” taste

Who will like it – One who likes creamy taste of milk and for those who has severe soy allergies because Marigold does not seem to use soy lecithin as additive compared to Nestle.

Website www.marigold.com.my

NESTLE Full Cream Milk-UHT
1 litre, RM 5.60

Nestle UHT milk

Ingredients – Non-Fat Milk Solids (Cow’s Milk), Milk Fat (Cow’s Milk), Soya Lecithin, Contains Stabilisers and Emulsifier as permitted Food Conditioner. All additives are of plant origin.
Nutritional information (per 100gm) -Energy-62ml, Protein 3g, Fat-3.4g, Carbohydrate-4.9g, Calcium-103mg

Storage instruction – Keep refrigerated after opening (instruction printed in large print right at the top of the pack)

Taste – Light, almost tasteless and mimic the taste of fresh milk

Who will like it – For those who prefer their milk to be less milky. Suitable for people who dislike milk but wish to incorporate milk into their diet due to the goodness of milk.

Website www.nestle.com.my/

nestle vs marigold UHT milk

RESULTS – There isn’t much difference in terms of the ingredient used. However, Marigold UHT milk claims to add additional vitamins into each pack such as Vitamin A,B1 and D. Nestle taste lighter on the palate but might not be suitable for certain people suffering from severe soy allergy as Nestle uses soy lecithin as one of its additive.

Which is your pick?

*Price when the product was purchased. It might vary from one supermarket to another.
NOTE: With many choices on the shelf, you might be overwhelmed as to which product to choose. So we created a THIS or THAT column to help you make an informed choice. As taste is very subjective, THIS or THAT is merely an objective comparison of two similar product. Do write in to [email protected] with the title THIS or THAT if you need help to compare food products.

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