Would you drink camel milk?

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DUBAI, UAE – Have you ever had a camel-latte or camel-chino? Now you don’t have to go to the Middle East for one, just to Europe.

The European Union is now selling Camelicious products shipped all the way from the United Arab Emirates. Camelicious includes camel’s milk as well as products made with the milk like chocolate.

Martin Van Almsick, the General Manager for Al Nassma Chocolatem says, “The milk is better. It’s much superior to cow milk.”

That’s his opinion; but it is lower in fat, with more nutrients and no preservatives.

As for taste, it’s similar to low-fat cow’s milk.

The big question is, would you drink camel’s milk?

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