Ghost Milk

Inspired by increasing sales of goats' milk, a number of UK supermarkets are now selling Ghost Milk, which they claim is even more beneficial to health, having fewer calories, almost zero fat and higher levels of vitamin D. Sales are already looking promising, although some experts are concerned that the high concentrations of ectoplasm represent a significant health risk.

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