Straus Family Creamery
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Straus Family Creamery

Posted on Tuesday, October 9th, 2012 at 10:20 am
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Since 1994, the Straus Family Creamery has been crafting high quality, organic milk-based products. Their line of milk, ice cream, yogurt, butter, and sour cream are made using organic milk. The Straus family’s cows are hormone-free and are fed a balanced, vegetarian diet consisting of fresh pasture grasses, hay and silage as well as feed made from GMO-free ingredients. The Straus family never uses herbicides or pesticides on their farm to keep their cows and milk as pure as nature made them. All of their cows are treated with respect and are free to roam in an open pasture on sunny days. On rainy days and at night, the cows live in a open barn with open stalls, which are fitted with cushioned mats and natural bedding. The Straus Family Creamery remains committed to their community by remaining active in several activities and initiatives in their northern California community. They also package their milk in reusable glass bottles that are easy to recycle and keep your milk colder and fresher longer!

Organic milk from Straus Family Creamery sells for a little over $4.00 for a half-gallon. Prices may vary in individual stores. Visit the official Straus website for more information on where you can find any of their products in a store near you. The Straus Family Creamery operates out of Marshall, California.

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