Clean Choice Awards 2016: Dairy

When your dairy products are sourced from happy cows, they taste even more delicious!

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Organic Creamery Organic Goat Cheese
This tangy-smooth goat cheese takes center stage in appetizers, salads and pastas. This one’s made with no animal rennet – a plus for vegetarians.

$5 to $6, for where to buy


Trickling Springs Organic Milk
Made from heritage-breed cows on local family farms and bottled in recyclable glass bottles, this organic whole milk is wonderfully creamy, making it great for coffee, cereal and smoothies.

$4 to $6,


Green Valley Organics Plain Kefir
This smooth and rich-tasting all-natural kefir is delicious in smoothies and desserts or as a lactose-free substitute for buttermilk. It’s made from the milk of humanely raised cows and contains an average 590 billion probiotics per serving.

$5, for where to buy


Traders Point Creamery Cottage Cheese
One of the very best cottage cheese consistencies we’ve experienced, this cheese is thick, fluffy and luscious, plus it’s grass-fed and packaged in glass jars. We ate it right off the spoon to experience its every nuance and urge you to do the same.

$6 to $7, for where to buy


Kerrygold Butter Unsalted
A rich, creamy butter made from the milk of happy cows that graze freely much of the year on the green pastures of Ireland and are, of course, hormone-free. Its high beta-carotene content gives this pure butter its distinctive golden hue and complex flavor.

$4, for where to buy


a2 Milk Whole Milk
While most cow’s milk contains both A1 and A2 proteins, this rich, full-fat heirloom milk contains only the naturally occurring A2 protein, which research shows is easier to digest than regular milk.

$4.50, for where to buy

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