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    You Ask, I Answer: Ice Milk

    Have you heard of, or know much about, ice milk?

    I think Weight Watchers promotes it.

    — Katie P.
    (Location unknown)

    Ice milk is the outdated term for what we now call “low fat ice cream.”

    The name change occurred as a result of new FDA labeling laws in 1994.

    Four years later, milk underwent similar changes, with 2% officially changing its name to “reduced-fat” and 1% being renamed “low-fat.”

    I don’t understand why Weight Watchers would specifically suggest participants seek out ice milk, since that term is literally extinct.

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    1. Kate said on December 1st, 2008

      Thanks for answering this question! My husband and I both remember our fat conscious parents buying ice milk in the early 1980s.

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