About Goat Milk

There are so many reasons to love goat milk the way we do. It’s quite likely you’ve heard about goat milk from a friend, a nutritionist, your doctor, or your favorite television show.

You might be sensitive to cow milk and in search of a wholesome natural alternative. Well, you’ll be pleased to know our goat milk contains only trace amounts of the alpha S1 casein protein – the major culprit behind most cow milk allergies. Many people sensitive to cow milk are able to enjoy goat milk, cheese, and butter.

Perhaps you’re lactose intolerant. Now, goat milk (like all natural milk) does contain lactose, but many people who react poorly to lactose don’t have the same problem with goat milk. Because of its digestibility, you may find it’s the perfect alternative. And it’s gluten free. (Remember if you have been clinically diagnosed with either true cow milk allergy or lactose intolerance be sure to consult your medical profession before drinking goat milk.)

Or maybe you’re interested in the exquisite nutrition of goat milk, which is high in calcium. Your body is far better at absorbing calcium from milk than it is from supplements and it will find goat milk (and the things made from goat milk) eminently digestive because of its tiny fat globules and softer curd structure. Our goat milk is also certified kosher, GMO free, and naturally gluten free.

Finally, you might be on the hunt for new adventures in culinary delights. In other words, flavor! If there’s one thing goat milk is famous for, it’s that rich, creamy, slightly “hazelnutty” flavor. Goat milk is the secret ingredient of many a fine chef around the world and you’ll find cooking with it a pure joy!

Whatever initially stirred your curiosity about goat milk, you just might uncover many more reasons to make sure you always have Meyenberg Goat Milk, cheese and butter in your kitchen. We certainly do hope so.

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