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Not All Organic Milks are created equally

July 12th, 2006 at 01:11 pm

or at least scored equally.

The Cornucopia organization recently released a report rating the quality of commercially available organic milks. While the article is quite long (38 pages), the alphatical scorecard is available at:


Text is Organic Milk ratings[/url]

Surprisingly, or perhaps not to those who follow corporate transitions and take overs, Horizon's parent company, Dean Foods, refused to participate in the survey. While they received only one "cow", for failing to provide the information, issues regarding their product are discussed throughout the article.

Organic Valley did somewhat better, but even they did not receive the coveted 5 cow rating. A list from best to worst is provided at

[url=http://cornucopia.org/dairysurvey/index.html]Ratings and Link is http://cornucopia.org/dairysurvey/Ratings_Alphabetical.html
Organic Milk ratings[/url]

Surprisingly, or perhap...


It just can't be simple, can it?

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