The camel milk comes from the one-humped camels (dromedary camels). The quality of the milk is carefully monitored according to the Hygiene Package for dairy farms.
After the camels have been milked, the milk is directly put in bottles of 0.5 liters. The frozen milk has a shelf life for 1 year in the freezer. As soon as it thaws, it has a shelf life of 3 days, if it is stored in the refrigerator. The milk can best be thawed in the refrigerator and can not be re-frozen again.
It is important that the camel milk is put directly in the freezer or refrigerator after delivery.
Alternative for cow milk
Some people do not drink cow’s milk. Camel milk could be a good alternative for these people. The taste of Camel milk is similar to that of cow’s milk. Camel milk is 100% cow’s milk protein-free. And contains only camel milk proteins. These proteins contribute to the growth of muscle mass and maintaining muscle mass and bone. Camel milk is a source of calcium this contributes to a normal blood clotting.
Composition Camel milk
|Unsaturated fatty acids
||53 kcal/100g (222KJ)
The numbers below are percentages per 100ml of milk
||Vitamine E (mg%)
||Vitamine C (mg%)
||Vitamine A (I.U)
|| Vitamine D (I.U)
Camel milk doesn’t contain beta-lactoglobulin.