Low fat milk (Cow’s milk),
Non-nutritive sweeteners (Acesulfame K (E950) and Sodium Cyclamate (E952)),
Colourants (E110, E104)
Milk (Cow's milk
Milk is a white liquid produced by the mammary glands of mammals and a good source of nutrients. Milk is standardised to a prescribed butterfat percentage by removing or adding a part of the fat.
Sugars are used to sweetened foodstuffs and add mouthfeel.
Flavouring is added to a product to imitates a flavour of a know foodstuff.
Non-nutritive sweeteners (Acesulfame K Sodium Cyclamate)
Sweeteners are used as a sugar substitute and duplicates the taste of sugar.
A stabiliser is used to keep the milk protein in suspension and add mouthfeel.
Food colouring is added to foodstuffs to enhance the appearance of the food.