The main difference is their fat content. Whole milk is sometimes referred to as “regular milk” because the amount of fat in it has not been altered. Skim milk is produced by removing fat from whole milk. What you choose depends on your body’s specific needs.
Powdered milk has the same nutrition as fresh milk. It provides bone-building nutrients such as protein, calcium, vitamin D and vitamin A. Powdered milk is a source of protein and may be added to recipes to increase the amount of protein and energy.
Powdered Milk has a longer shelf life than traditional milk, and is also cost-effective and versatile. The expected shelf life is 9 months. Powdered milk is also much more richer and creamier in taste!