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Yogurt, 3.9% Natural (Mapleton's)

Yogurt, 3.9% Natural (Mapleton's)

$6.00  750mL
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Yogurt, 3.9% Natural (Mapleton's)

Description

Mapleton's Organic Plain Yogurt is made with fresh organic non-homogenized whole milk and 5 live cultures - right on Mapleton's farm in Moorefield, Ontario. 3.9% MF. This tasty yogurt is non-GMO project verified!

Stir well! This yogurt has a tendency to seperate because it is made with non-homogenized whole milk. Once stirred, the yogurt will have a smoother texture. 

Ingredients

Ingredients: Whole Milk*, Bacterial Cultures. *Organic.

Maker

Mapleton's Organic

Mapleton's Organic Dairy is a certified organic, family owned and operated farm. Located in picturesque Wellington County, Ontario the farm is approximately 45 minutes northwest of Kitchener-Waterloo and 40 minutes northwest of Guelph. Mapleton's Organic provides healthy, local, and environmentally sustainable products produced in their on-farm dairy. It is a core belief of Mapleton's that people should have the opportunity to see their food being produced up close, so guests and visitors are welcome. Visitors can drop by during regular business hours or make arrangements to visit for a special event. Mapleton's also hosts tours to help student and community groups to gain a better understanding of how their food is produced. 

They want their customers to know what they're eating – They are honest about what ingredients go in so customers can be secure in what they're putting in their bodies and feeding to their families.

It's simple, uncomplicated, goodness. And they think the taste reflects that!

They use only the freshest ingredients in their products, and the difference in taste is noticeable.  Crafting all of their ice cream and fresh yogurt in an organic dairy on the farm from milk and cream from their 70 milking cows. Their cows are raised with care so they can provide the fresh organic milk and cream. They've determined that from their cows eating grass in the field to their milk being used for their different products, the total time is usually less than 24 hours. That's field to product in less than a day!