Carbonated milk

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Carbonated milk is milk that has been carbonated and sold for human consumption.

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Although carbonated milk is not sold globally, it is a popular drink in East Asia.

Brands

Vio is a mix of flavored milk and carbonated water made by The Coca-Cola Company. [1]

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References

  1. Meikle, James (2009-07-27). "Coca-Cola trials sweet, fizzy, milky 'vibrancy' drink in three US cities". The Guardian . Retrieved 2018-09-16.