The Loko brand of milk is often used in the West as an alternative to regular milk.
However, a recent investigation by The Guardian has uncovered how the dairy giant can be selling some of its products with traces of Loko.
Loko milk, which has been used for decades as a staple in the UK, is sold in cans and bottles in the US and Europe.
The milk has a bitter taste, with a distinctive taste to it, similar to that of milk from cows.
The Guardian has identified a batch of Lola milk which was purchased in the States in 2009 and sold on eBay in the same year.
It was purchased by a buyer on eBay who identified himself as “a UK citizen”.
The buyer, identified as “Mr S”, claimed to be from the UK and said he had purchased Lola for a “significant sum” in 2009.
“I am aware of this milk, but I do not know how to make a proper Lola,” Mr S said.
He said he bought the milk at a supermarket in the USA in 2009 for “under £3”.
“Lola has become a symbol of health in the west, and a symbol for milk,” Mr W said.
“There’s a lot of people who don’t understand what it is and think it’s a normal milk.”
Lola is toxic, and it has a very bad taste.
It’s very, very dangerous.”
Lola milk has been sold in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, South Africa, Japan, Turkey and many other countries for a long time.
Some countries, including the UK where Lola has been available for decades, have been able to regulate its sale through strict guidelines.
In the UK it is illegal to sell Lola at retail, and in the EU it is punishable by up to two years in prison.
However in some cases the milk can be sold at grocery stores, and if the consumer is not a UK citizen, he or she can still legally purchase the product.
In March the EU passed a new law which gives the consumer the right to buy Lola through supermarkets or pharmacies.
However, a UK dairy giant, which manufactures and sells Lola products, has been accused of selling Lola in a manner that is “not in accordance with EU laws and regulations”.
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