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Organic Valley

Posted on Sunday, November 18th, 2012 at 8:00 am
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Organic ValleyOrganic Valley started out as a small group of family farms committed to producing fresh, local goods in their community. They started a co-op in 1988 they began producing dairy products under the Organic Valley brand that supported the smaller family farms. Today, they are a leader in organic dairy products. They work with family-owned farms across the nation to produce the finest milk, cheese, yogurt, and more!

Not only does Organic Valley require all of their farms to operate under the USDA’s organic guidelines, but they take it a step further implementing additional measures to ensure they products are pure and like no other. In accordance with organic guidelines, Organic Valley cows are free from hormones or antibiotics, roam free, eat an organic diet, and are raised on organic farms from the day they are born. They also pay extra  care to all of the animals on Organic Valley’s farms and ensure they are treated in a humane way at all times.

Organic Valley’s products average in price around $3.00-$5.00. Prices may vary in individual stores. Visit the official Organic Valley website for more information on where you can find any of their products in a store near you. Organic Valley operates out of La Farge, Wisconsin.

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