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Dairy products vs milky products

Is there a difference between dairy products and milky products?
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Dairy products and milk products are synonymous terms.

Milky is used to describe a liquid that looks like milk has been added to it (as a creamer or a thickener).
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Productos lácteos y productos de aspecto lechoso, o productos con mucha leche...

Como decía Íñigo: "¡Que lo digas en español, leches!" :-)
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