Condensed Milk is not dairy free. Condensed Milk is made from cow's milk. Condensed Milk is not safe for those with a milk allergy.
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If you're considering a dairy-free diet, we suggest reading our guide, Introduction to a Dairy-Free Diet. This will help you decide if the diet is appropriate for you. People avoid dairy for a variety of reasons. Many follow a dairy-free diet because of a milk allergy. There's a difference between a milk allergy and a milk intolerance.
There are more than 100 ingredients to avoid on a dairy-free diet. Use the Fig app to easily check if ingredients like condensed milk are compliant with the diet. FARE and Go Dairy Free are other helpful resources.
We've done our best to verify the accuracy of our note on condensed milk; however, it's best to work with your doctor or dietitian to determine your unique needs.