Two percent milk
So 2 percent milk contain less fat than regular milk, but not that much. It isn't technically considered low fat; only 1 percent milk and fat free (also called skim milk, which has less than 0.5 percent fat) meet that standard.
Two percent milk may say reduced fat however, because it has at least 25 percent less fat than regular milk. But the American Heart Association and other health experts recommend that adults choose 1 percent or fat free over other types of milk.