DID YOU KNOW EXPOSURE TO RETAIL AND HOME LIGHT DEGRADES THE NUTRITIONAL CONTENT, TASTE AND SMELL OF MILK?
By the time milk is taken home from the grocery store, many of its nutrients may have been lost.
LIKE SUNGLASSES FOR YOUR MILK
JERSEY GIRLS DAIRY PARTNERS WITH NOLUMA INTERNATIONAL, LLC
Jersey Girls artisanal milk is known for superior quality and taste. Now, with packaging certified for light protection by Noluma, you can be sure that the nutrients and farm-fresh taste are preserved. That means you can enjoy Jersey Girls milk at home, as if it was just bottled!
Noluma light protection certification on Jersey Girls milk tells you the package has been designed to protect its contents from light degradation, allowing the milk to stay fresh-tasting and full of nutrients longer.
Only Noluma International, LLC is able to measure the light protection factor (LPF) of packaging design. Some companies claim light protection without the ability to quantify it. To be sure your milk packaging is light-protected, look for the NolumaTM logo on the package.
Come taste the freshness of Jersey Girls milk in light-protected certified packaging at the Jersey Girls Dairy and Farm Store in Chester, VT. In addition to our farm-fresh milk, we sell eggs, butter, cheese, humanely raised veal (ground, cuts, sausage and jerky), dog treats, quiches and delicious prepared foods made with our ingredients, plus other local delights!
Noluma and Jersey Girls Dairy will be exhibiting at the Sustainable Agriculture Conference in Durham, NC this weekend. Come see us if you’re in attendance!
DAIRY DONE RIGHT
Our Jersey Girls live an excellent life featuring intensive rotational grazing and an open space barn life.
Our farm was established in Chester, Vermont in 1999. We currently milk 22 registered Jerseys, raise our bull calves for veal and our heifer calves to keep the herd in balance. Our Jersey Girls live an excellent life featuring intensive rotational grazing and an open space barn life. All of our cows are Registered Jerseys. Our entire operation including dairy herd, veal program and laying hens are listed with Buy Better Dairy. We welcome visitors to the farm to meet the girls, talk with Lisa Kaiman the owner/farmer, and learn more about small dairy farming in Vermont.