Known since ancient times for its hypoallergenic and antibacterial properties, as well as for its digestibility, donkey milk is traditionally used as a substitute for breast milk, consumed even by adults who can not digest cow’s milk .
The milk, immediately after being milked, undergoes a phase of abatement and a delicate pasteurization and then dried with a process able to maintain its essential organoleptic characteristic virtually intact.
1 Ready to use
In its powdered form, it is easy to store but also immediately ready to use.
2 Essential organoleptic characteristics
Thanks to the drying process the essential organoleptic characteristics of fresh milk of origin are kept practically intact.
3 For everyone
Thanks to its antibacterial properties and its hypoallergic properties, donkey milk is an excellent substitute for breast milk for children, but also for cow's milk.