Fresh British Goats' Milk

St Helen’s Farm fresh goats' milk is packed fresh every day to ensure it arrives on the supermarket shelf in the best possible condition.

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The Natural Alternative

Goats’ milk is the natural alternative for people who are avoiding cows’ milk in their diet.

Many people tell us that goats’ milk suits them much better than cows’ milk. It can be easier to digest and even skin conditions such as eczema can be relieved by stopping the cows and switching to the goat.

Nutritionally, goats’ milk is very similar to cows’ milk, so you don’t miss out on all the vital calcium, vitamins and minerals that you expect from natural milk. Goats’ milk is just as versatile as cows’ milk and can be used in hot drinks, cereals and cooking with great results. St Helen’s Farm goats’ milk is all pasteurised and available either as whole, semi-skimmed or skimmed in 1Litre size cartons.

The health benefits

Discover the differences between cow and goats milk and learn about the health benefits of a goats' milk diet.

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Helen BondConsultant Dietitian

Carton recycling

Our goats milk cartons are made from a renewable resource - paperboard. They have a food grade plastic coating to make them liquid-proof but they can be recycled and many local authorities now have bring bank or collection schemes for this style of beverage carton.

It makes good sense for us to use cartons rather than plastic bottles. If we were to use plastic, we would need a delivery of thousands of bottles every other day, because they are very bulky and hence are expensive to transport and store.

With paperboard, however, they arrive at our dairy as flat cartons and it means we can receive more than a month’s needs on just one vehicle delivery. So it’s kinder to the environment.

From British Family Farms

Our milk is 100% British and is sourced from St Helen's Farm and eight other family goat farms located in Yorkshire and the Midlands.

Enjoy the great fresh taste

It has a delicious fresh taste and many say it is much lighter than cows’ milk and is less cloying.

Many of our customers say they can’t detect any difference between goats’ and cows’ milk, except to say that goats’ milk tastes refreshingly light and creamy.

Attention to high standards of hygiene and animal welfare, together with a balanced diet for the goats, means that St Helen’s Farm goats’ milk has a lovely fresh taste.

Our semi-skimmed goats' milk was awarded Two Gold Stars at the 2014 Great Taste Awards, where the judges described it as "A really lovely milk, no goaty aroma. Very appealing - a really lovely fresh and creamy milk - delightful!"

In 2015 we were delighted when our whole goats' milk and skimmed goats' milk also received Gold Star accolades at the Great Taste Awards - so now all three of our milks have earned the independent judges' stamp of approval!

As versatile as any natural milk

3_milks.pngGoats’ milk is just as versatile as cows’ milk and can be used in hot drinks, cereals and cooking with great results.

St Helen’s Farm goats’ milk is all pasteurised and available either as whole, semi-skimmed or skimmed in 1Litre size cartons.

Whole milk is 3.6% fat and semi-skimmed 1.6%, whilst skimmed is virtually fat free at just 0.1% fat. This is about the same level of fat as you would find in equivalent cows’ milk. The cream in St Helen’s Farm milk is lightly homogenised throughout the milk to prevent a cream layer forming at the top of the carton. This is not the case with skimmed milk, of course, which is virtually fat free- and contains no cholesterol.

Where to buy

St Helen's Farm products are available nationwide.

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Freezing Goats milk

Goats' milk can be frozen, but best results
are achieved if the milk is frozen
quickly on the day of purchase..
Further advice can be
obtained by clicking below.

 

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All the key information you need, including calories, protein and fat – exactly what we print on the packaging

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