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Does drinking vitamin and mineral-enriched milk improve your health?

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Fonterra has rejected a study showing that consumers don't benefit from drinking milk with added nutrients. Photo / Greg Bowker
Fonterra has rejected a study showing that consumers don't benefit from drinking milk with added nutrients. Photo / Greg Bowker

Drinking milk with added calcium, vitamins or omega-3 is unlikely to make any difference to your health, a study has found.

The Australian consumer group Choice looked at 100 leading milk brands in Australia and found that milk marketed as having low-saturated fats, extra omega-3 fatty acids, A2 proteins, vitamin D and calcium had little effect on the health of people drinking them.

But New Zealand's biggest milk supplier, Fonterra, has hit back, saying the researchers' claims are nonsense.

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