Over a year ago
Asda’s Smart Price soya milk contains vitamin D3, which is nearly always derived from animal sources (there is a single source of vegan D3 but it’s expensive and specialised, and it’s unlikely it’s being used here).
Here’s the link:
I was a bit horrified to find this but it’s a reminder that it always pays to check the ingredient lists. I assume they’re aiming the product solely at the lactose intolerant.
Please spread the message to other UK vegans.
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Over a year ago
Actually it just seems to be the long life ones because this one does too…http://groceries.asda.com/asda-estore/catalog/sectionpagecontainer.jsp?skuId=22185&departmentid=1214921923736&aisleid=1214921925371&startValue=
Edit: Sorry, wrong again! 😛 the organic ones don’t list any vitamins so not sure where they lie http://groceries.asda.com/asda-estore/catalog/sectionpagecontainer.jsp?skuId=22184&departmentid=1214921923736&aisleid=1214921925371&startValue= they may not have B3 but I’d be surprised if they had no B12.
It seems to be only the smart price one. http://groceries.asda.com/asda-estore/catalog/sectionpagecontainer.jsp?skuId=2153426&departmentid=1214921923736&aisleid=1214921925371&startValue= This one doesn’t. Luckily I always go for alpro soya anyway
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