Get Local Milk with the Cream Line!
We are pleased to offer non-homogenized local milk! Those organic Heritage Breed cows have worked their tails off to produce whole cream line milk with the right ratio of healthy fats found naturally that “floats to the top” of the container. Lancaster Local Whole Milk is rich in natural nutrition such as CLA and Omega 3 derived from a strict diet of grasses all year round and is A2A2 protein milk. Choose USDA certified organic milk from truly 100% grass-fed local cows. These cows are your neighbors!
What is A2A2 protein milk? This simply means that both mom and dad of the cow were both A2 cows. Consider the original milk protein from A2 cows vs. milk from genetically mutated A-1 cows. Studies are ongoing regarding the health benefits of drinking A2 over the A1 milk. If you experience discomfort from regular grocery store milk, this one may be worth a try.
Pure Organic Milk
Only clean Heritage Breed cows are selected to produce the level of milk found here. No pesticides, hormones, antibiotics or other toxic chemicals are ever used in cultivating clean organically crafted and non-GMO milk. Moreover, each dairy carton protects from light damage with Noluma™ certified technology to retain quality, freshness, nutrition, and sensory expectations.
- Local Milk
- USDA Certified Organic
- Whole Milk
- A2A2 Protein
- Soy Free
- From Heritage Breed Cows
- Light-protected Noluma cartons
Non-Homogenized Cream Line Milk
Called “cream line milk”, this is non-homogenized milk found in our local farming community of Lancaster, PA. The milk is non-homogenized, yet pasteurized. It has been heated to temperatures the FDA requires for legal interstate milk sales. Non-homogenized milk does not have the precautions associated with it for children or the elderly. It is not raw milk.
milk came into vogue because the public wearied of shaking their morning milk to blend the fats with the rest of it. When you park this milk in your refrigerator, the cream will rise to the top. Shake before using if you want the fats blended in or collect the cream and whip it.
Homogenizing milk changes the molecular makeup of milk where the cream will not rise to the top. It changes these molecules into smaller globules. Now you’ll be able to drink healthy unmodified milk.
Local Small Farms
Our local Lancaster community of farmers produces this Grade A milk to the highest specifications as they have worked the land and cultivated the soil in hopes of passing an art down to their children. Be a part of this ‘neighborhood’ of farmers, Lancaster Local. Less than 65 cows, living on small family farms, produce this high-quality milk. Farmers produce the milk with lower than normal bacterial count due to careful farming practices.