LaClare Family Creamery brings fresh, quality goat milk to the table.
LACLARE FAMILY CREAMERY
Why Goat Milk?
Consumers have been searching for
something to replace cow dairy in
their diet. This is apparent by the
explosion of alternative “milks” in
the category. Unlike many of those
products, LaClare Goat Milk is a
genuine dairy product with all of the
health benefits that go along with it.
In fact, the nutrients like iron, calcium,
magnesium and phosphorous are
more easily digested and used by the
body in goat milk than cow milk.
We’ve heard that Goat Milk is
easier to digest than cow milk. Is
Yes! Goat milk is easier to digest for
a number of reasons. First, the fat
globules in goat milk are smaller
than in cow milk. This smaller size,
combined with the lack of agglutinin,
a protein that causes fat molecules to
clump together, gives the goat milk a
creamier texture in the mouth.
There’s been a lot of talk about
the A1 Casein in cow milk
causing digestive issues. Does
Goat Milk contain A1?
No, cow milk contains the protein
Alpha S1 Casein which is an allergen.
Goat milk has the protein Alpha S2
casein which is not an allergen.
Why LaClare Goat Milk?
At LaClare, we milk our own herd of
goats. We manage the herd and the
milk supply from start to finish. Goat
milk can get an earthy or “barnyard”
type flavor for a number of reasons.
First, goat milk is very fragile. The
further it has to travel to be bottled
the more the flavor breaks down. We
milk the goats and bottle it right at
our creamery so the milk does not
have to travel. Second, the bacteria
levels in our goat milk are hundreds of
times less than the industry standard.
That means our milk will always have
a light, fresh taste without a hint of
For more information please visit our
website at laclarefamilycreamery.
Our milk will always
have a light, fresh taste.
their food is coming from,” says Neil Blomquist, organic
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“Through their support as Palm Done Right partners, we
will broaden our message and help highlight the brands
that use responsible palm oil in their products.”
Penn State, Rodale Partner to Improve Public Health
A partnership between Penn State College of Medicine
and Rodale Institute, designed to connect food production with health care and promote and improve public
health, already is increasing access to healthy food for
vulnerable families through the College of Medicine’s
Food as Medicine Program and Rodale Institute’s Agriculture Support Communities program.
“We know that clean, healthy food can not only prevent
disease, but a growing body of research shows that it can
improve health outcomes for those living with chronic
conditions and diseases, including cancer,” said Dr. Craig
Hillemeier, dean of Penn State College of Medicine, CEO
of Penn State Health and SVP of health affairs for Penn
State. “This partnership between Rodale Institute and
Penn State has real potential to advance discovery and
strengthen our expertise in population health.”
Understand How Preferences
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a premium for:
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