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Brown Cow Dairy

Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 9:28 am
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Brown Cow makes natural, whole milk yogurts, that are made from real ingredients.  They use “real California milk” from “really happy cows”.  Their cream top yogurts have a rich layer of cream on the top.  They use un-homogenized milk and real maple syrup.  Their low fat yogurts come in varieties like peach, black cherry, blueberry, boysenberry, lemon twist, strawberry, and vanilla bean.  The nonfat yogurts have the right combination of yogurt cultures with a touch of natural evaporated sugar cane juice.  Brown Cow makes a line of cream top Greek yogurt and several nonfat Greek yogurts.  Their yogurt has a gluten free certification.  Brown Cow does not sell their yogurt from their website, so the price of their products might vary depending on what store you buy it from.

The natural milk used by Brown Cow is produced without the use of artificial growth hormones.  The milk comes from cows that are on California farms where the weather is nice enough for the cows to spend time outdoors grazing.  They are happy cows!  Foods that are gluten-free are made without wheat or other ingredients that contain gluten.  This makes them safe for people who have celiac disease or a gluten intolerance or allergy to eat them.  You can get one of their natural food coupons for  by filling out a form on their website.  Brown Cow is owned by Stonyfield Farm, which has headquarters in Londonderry, New Hampshire.  The Brown Cow company started out with one Jersey cow.  Her name was Lily.

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