Carton Star Ella in the News!

Ella Love from Bracknell is one of our latest Carton Stars, appearing on over 1 million milk cartons, and has recently been featured in her local newspaper!

Five year old Ella was chosen as the latest St Helen’s Farm carton star after writing to us with the help of her mother, Hannah Love. Both Ella and her younger brother Henry have Cows’ Milk Protein Intolerance (CMPI) and cannot tolerate cows’ milk. Since switching to goats’ milk and other goat products such as cheese and yoghurt, both Ella and her brother have thrived. Her story and photograph will appear on St Helen’s Farm milk cartons and they are also proud to have been featured by their local press.  

Ella’s mother Hannah, who works as a Paediatric Nurse and Nutritional Therapist, has been recommending goats’ milk to give to young children for years on a professional basis. She chooses to give all three of her children goat products as she believes that they are a healthier alternative to cows’ products.

Hannah Love said: “I recommend St Helen’s Farm goats’ milk on a regular basis and have probably swapped over 100 children and toddlers onto goat products. Baby goats are a similar size to human babies – and goats’ milk is much closer to the make up of human breast milk than cows’ milk. I really believe in the benefits of goats’ dairy and am delighted that Ella is appearing as the latest carton star for St Helen’s Farm.”

You can read the news article here.

We love to hear your stories about why you enjoy goats’ milk and we’ve been featuring stories like Ella’s on our cartons for over 10 years now. Our thanks go to Ella, Hannah and the Love family and to all our wonderful testimonials and Carton Stars over the years!