Is soy milk lactose free

Overview of milk

Organic milk: If cows are kept in a species-appropriate manner and are given organic feed (grass) on top of that, this is clearly shown in the nutritional quality of the milk: It contains almost twice as much heart-protecting omega-3 fatty acids as
conventional milk (e.g. organic milk
from Andechser, Arla).

Hay milk: The forage makes the difference: the cows only eat grass, hay or grain. Silage is not allowed. The name hay milk is legally protected throughout the EU.

Soy milk:Soy milk is actually a soy drink because it is made from soybeans. Soy milk contains around two percent less fat than whole milk, but more carbohydrates, in the unsweetened version usually between two and four percent. The protein content of three to four percent is about as high as that of cow's milk, but the proteins from the milk substitute are somewhat easier for the human body to use. A good alternative for anyone who is allergic to cow's milk. Beware of flavored variants with vanilla: they often contain hidden sugar!

Fit milk: The newcomer to the shelf is characterized by a fat content of only 0.7%. Instead, this milk contains more protein and calcium. So ideal for figure-conscious people and athletes (e.g. from Berchtesgadener Land).

Lactose-free milk is a good alternative for everyone who cannot or poorly tolerate lactose. During production, it is split into its components glucose and galactose. This makes the milk more digestible and it tastes a little sweeter (e.g. Weihenstephan, Black Forest milk).

Pasture milk: The term is not protected, so it doesn't really say anything about the keeping of cows. More details can only be found on the packaging: Many dairies guarantee that the animals are out on the pasture for at least six hours on 120 days a year.