Milk is generally considered as nutrionally balanced food for human beings of all age groups. It contains different type of metals and the concentration of metal contents varies with the variety of milk. The presence of metals may be natural or due to contamination. Therefore, in order to have an assessment of the dielectic intake of metals by consumers, sodium, copper, manganese and chromium were studied in different varieties of powder milk, fresh milk and processed milk, available in the markets in Karachi city. The range of content of sodium, copper, manganese and chromium was found to be ( 492-1366) mg/I, (0.227-0.652) mg/I, (0.044-0.102) mg/I respectively. The result are discussed with reference to WHO Guidelines and data on metal contents in infant formula milk in USA, UK and Nigeria.