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Krista, In the US whole milk refers to it not having any of the milkfat removed so it is has about 3.35% fat, as opposed to 2%, 1% or skim milk. It does not have anything to do with how the milk is processed.
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In Canada, the equivalent milk has 3.25% fat in comes with a red label (cartons or bagged).
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