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Milk

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Make the milk awarded Best in NY State a staple on your grocery list — free of growth hormones and full of flavor. The unbelievably creamy, rich taste is a result of this milk going from the cows to your carton in less than eight hours.

What you get every week:

  • No antibiotics or hormones
  • 1/2 gallon whole or low-fat milk

The Problem

In 1950, the US had over 3.5 million dairy farms; now there are closer to 40,000, with this number continuing to decline as the size of farms only grows (modern dairy farms have thousands of cows). A handful of corporations dominate the industry and source milk from hundreds of different farms. Once mixed in tanks and packaged under a single label name, who’s to know where in the country that milk came from and what practices those farmers used?

Our Food Fix

Cookies are great, but Milk & Traceability are the real dynamic duo. Be an advocate for small, local farmers when you opt for milk sourced from a single family farm. The processing of this milk is so transparent, it makes its way from udder to bottle in less than eight hours. When evaluated by Cornell University for flavor, butterfat, protein content, and bacteria counts, this milk was awarded Highest Quality Milk in New York State.

Meet Your Farmer

Seth McEachron - Battenkill Valley Creamery

What Locals Are Saying...

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Growing up in Upstate NY, I’ve always lived sustainably but it was hard to find ways to do that in NYC until I started getting my food through Local Roots NYC. With my busy schedule, I didn’t have time to do all the research for products that aligned with my values, but I trust the farmers and brands Local Roots works with.

Ashley M.
Local Roots member

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