100% Grass-Fed Organic Whole Milk

Whole Half Gallon

Half Gallon

Just 8 ounces of our pure 100% Grass-Fed Organic Whole Milk provides 8 grams of protein and is a good source of calcium. Our 100% Grass-Fed Organic Whole Milk is also a natural source of CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) and omega-3s.

Our 100% Grass-Fed Organic Whole Milk comes from cows that only eat grass – no corn, grain, or supplements and always free of antibiotics, artificial growth hormones (rBST-free), and genetically-modified feed.


Ingredients

Grass-Fed Organic Milk. Contains Milk.

  • Nutrition Facts

    8 Servings Per Container

    Serving Size 1cup (240mL)


    Amount per serving
    Calories 150

    • % Daily Value*
    • Total Fat 8g
      10%
    • Saturated Fat 4.5g
      23%
    • Trans Fat 0g
    • Cholesterol 25mg
      8%
    • Sodium 105mg
      5%
    • Total Carbohydrate 12g
      4%
    • Dietary Fiber 0g
      0%
    • Total Sugars 11g
    • Includes 0g Added Sugars
      0%
    • Protein 8g
      16%

    • Vitamin D 0mcg
      0%
    • Calcium 276mg
      20%
    • Iron 0mg
      0%
    • Potassium 322mg
      6%
    • *The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Certifications

FDA states: No significant difference in milk from cows treated with artificial growth hormones.

Farmer Spotlight

Antique Valley Farm

Keith Campbell and Janet Pfromm in front of their farm

Sharing The Experience


Keith and Janet work hard to deliver the best milk but it’s clear that they love every minute of it. “There’s nothing better than watching a calf being born and then maturing into a beautiful cow. Or being able to walk the pastures and move the cows.” says Keith, “We don’t teach our children enough about agriculture anymore, people are so removed from it nowadays.” continues Keith, “When you can show a youngster how the milk gets from the cow to the bottle, they’re just fascinated. I think it gives them more respect for the land and where their food comes from.”

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