What is milk valorization? That’s a difficult word and it actually means that the farmer or factory splits the milk into different components to sell to whoever offers the most for them. Our full fat Jersey milk contains 6% fat, for instance, while milk that’s 3.5% fat can already be called full fat milk. So we could skim off the other 2.5% and sell this separately. That would make us extra money. But we don’t take part in milk valorization because we don’t want to add any extra processes. It certainly doesn’t improve the milk and we want to supply pure and natural milk to you.