Camel milk which is claimed to help with autism, diabetes and cancer may not offer any health benefits, according to an Australian consumer watchdog.
Choice, a not-for-profit organization, has singled out Camel Milk Victoria as it found its health claims to be too good to be true, a spokesperson said.
It has referred the company to the Australian Competitor and Consumer Organization and the Victorian food enforcement bodies for further investigation.
"Problem is, we checked these impressive claims with the food regulator, and none of them are on the list of permissible food health claims."
He expects the investigation to be wrapped up within weeks. Camel Milk Victoria did not respond for comment.