Condensed Milk Products
Dairy products are generally defined as food produced from the milk of mammals. They are usually high energy-yielding food products.
Sweetened Condensed Milk
is a very thick, sweet product which contains a mixture of whole milk and 40% sugar, heated until 60% of water evaporates, creating a sweet, sticky mixture.
Sweetened Condensed Filled Milk
is a product resulting from the evaporation of a portion of water from recombined mix of sugar, milk solids and edible vegetable fat.
Full Cream Sweetened Condensed Milk
is a smooth viscous liquid manufactured from fresh milk, which is then standardised, mixed with sugar and pasteurised before evaporating to a minimum of 72.4% solids and 8% butterfat.
is a product related with condensed milk, which has undergone water removed and more complex process which is not sweetened. In some countries, unsweetened evaporated milk is far more common than sweetened condensed milk.
Evaporated Filled Milk
is a blend skim milk, vegetable oil, stabilizers and vitamins that has water removed.
Full Cream Evaporated Milk
is made from all cows’ milk and buttermilk, it is the richest cream that floats to the top of the pail after the cow is milked. This is the cream that you can use to make butter and also whipped cream.