Milk is such a thorny issue these days. With farmers being underpaid by supermarkets that can afford to sell milk for a loss to get people through their doors. Dairy farmers are giving up their herds all the time. Until now most dairy farmers are actually really good in terms of husbandry and feeding their dairy cows.
Since I’ve started delivering over fifteen years ago, I’ve been supplied by many small dairies that have gone bust or given up.
We like delivering pints in traditional glass bottles. This saves on the waste of land fill and avoids wasting fossil fuels moving and recycling plastics. We believe milk keeps better and tastes better when stored in glass. Do you know if milk in plastic containers is food safe?
We’ve started getting organic pint bottles from Mossgeil Farm who tick all the boxes, single source, farmer friendly. Here’s a link to their facebook page, some like following things….
Pints available in
Standard Milk Pint Bottles
We get Muller/Wiseman as the standard milk bottles
Whole milk, semi skimmed and fully skimmed 72p pint
Organic Semi (homogenised) 88p pint
Mossgiel Organic Farm Milk Pint Bottles
Whole milk (non homogenised cream at the top) 92p pint
Pint Bottles of Juices
Made from pulps, very tasty. 89p
Apple Juice, Orange Juice, Grapefruit Juice, Cranberry Juice and Tropical Juice