Pure milk from a cow isn't. What people buy at the store is a homogeneous mixture b/c the relations at the milk factory add vitamins and minerals and a bunch of other things. Source(s):
I didn't in actual fact do this, but you could just read the sign off a milk carton. homogeneous mixture:lol my reason are because i learned that surrounded by like 9th echelon science. Pure, right from the cow milk is more like a suspension; the podginess globules are suspended in the juice in an rough manner that give it an inconsistent texture. Milk you buy at the store, however, is more like a mixture, because it have been homogenized, wherein the round globules are broken down somewhat to make the texture of the milk smoother and more "pleasing" to the taster of the general public.
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