Milk related ingredients and dairy free food items

ALWAYS AVOID: These always contain dairy elements.

BUTTERS

Butter

Butter fat

Butter oil

Buttermilk

Natural butter

Natural butter flavour

Casein

MILKS – All forms

Acidophilus milk

Buttermilk

Condensed milk

Cultured milk

Dried milk

Evaporated milk

Goat’s milk

Low-fat milk

Malted milk

Milk derivative

Milk powder

Milk protein

Milk solids

Non-fat milk

Powdered milk

Skimmed milk

Skim milk powder

Sour milk solids

Whole milk

Nougat

Sour milk solids

Rennet casein

Sherbet

Sour cream

Sour cream solids

CASEINATES

Ammonium caseinate

Calcium caseinate

Magnesium caseinate

Potassium caseinate

Sodium caseinate

Cheese – ANY form

Cottage cheese

Curds

Custard

Ghee

Hydrolized casein

Hydrolized milk protein

Ice cream

Ice milk

Lactalbumin

Lactalbumin phosphate

Lactate

Calcium Lactate

Lactoglobulin

Lactose

Lactulose

Milk chocolate

WHEYS – All forms

Delactosed whey

Hydrolized whey

Hydrolized whey powder

Powdered whey

Sweet whey

Whey concentrate

Whey powder

Whey protein

Yoghurt

Yoghurt powder

SUSPECT INGREDIENTS: These often contain dairy.

Artificial butter

Artificial butter flavour

Caramel

Caramel flavouring

Chocolate

Hydrolized Vegetable Protein

Margarine

Non-dairy creamer

Pudding

Rennet

NEBULOUS INGREDIENTS: These have ingredients themselves that sometimes contain dairy.Coffee Whiteners

Caramel

Caramel colour

Caramel flavouring

FLAVOURINGS

Bavarian cream flavouring

Brown sugar flavouring

Coconut cream flavouring

Natural butter flavour

Natural flavours

High protein flour

Hydrolized protein

Hydrolized vegetable protein

Margarine

Mayonnaise

Seasonings or spices

Tomato paste

Frozen desserts

FOOD PROCESSING CAUTION: The following items are often processed in factories that also process dairy on most machinery.

Sorbets

Deli meats

Chocolates – All forms

© Gastric Reflux Association for the Support of Parents/babies (GRASP) and Crying Over Spilt Milk Gastric Reflux Support Network New Zealand for Parents of Infants and Children Charitable Trust (GRSNNZ) 2004. Used and edited by GRSNNZ with permission.

Page may be printed or reproduced for personal use of families, as long as copyright and Crying Over Spilt Milk‘s URL are included. It may not be copied to other websites or publications without permission and acknowledgment. This information (unedited) was also provided (by GRASP) to health professionals in New Zealand to use ” to continue to support and inform families with babies/children with Gastro-oesophageal Reflux.”

USEFUL RESOURCE: Milk Free Diet for Breastfeeding Mothers – Crown Public Health

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