I've been buying Klim powdered milk for years. I couple days ago I got home from the shop I always go to, opened it up, and saw it was the wrong color. Put it in my tea, and yep, the taste was wrong. Based on the label, it contains 30%+ adulterants, but they were clever so it's impossible to tell how much--that is, they added extra carbohydrates, protein, sugars, and fats, so it's impossible to tell how much of each component was added by comparing it to normal milk.
All the ingredients are nontoxic, but I'm obviously not going to drink milk that's at least 30% maltodextrin. Is there anything I can do about this? I can complain to the pharmacy, call Nestle's Hong Kong number (they own the brand), and write to the manufacturer in Taiwan, but I don't know if any of that will help. Can I pursue a refund, or am I out of luck? The can says "KLIM Instant Milk Powder", (rather than "KLIM Blend of Cheese-Making Byproducts Partially Containing Milk"), so the contents is not as described, despite the fine print.