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Silk Soy Milk Now Dairy?

teachermom | Nov 11, 200705:00 PM

I just got an email from our rabbi saying that Silk Soymilk was now OU-D. I check my carton and sure enough, there was the D, but no dairy ingredients on the label and another statement that the product was lactose free and dairy free. What's the deal with this OU-D? If people with milk allergies can drink this product, why can't we drink it with a meat meal? Something is strange.

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