Thursday, April 8, 2010

Snowville Creamery - Washington Post Article

(**Photos are from the Washington Post article.)

Snowville Creamery, a local success story, is expanding into the Washington DC market through Whole Foods. Washington Post ran a really great story on the local creamery.

Great milk. Great story. Check out their website to find out where you can get their milk.

Warren and Victoria Taylor began the crusade two years ago to bring fresh, minimally processed milk to local markets. The milk is minimally processed so that it retains more nutritional value that most other milk. Snowville Creamery’s milk is not homogenized resulting in a rich, luscious milk where the cream floats to the top. Besides the more complex flavor, milk that comes from cows that are grass fed is higher in fatty amino acids called linoleic acid. Studies have shown that linoleic acid may protect against cancer. Additionally, Snowville Creamery only uses milk that does not contain artificial bovine growth hormones (rBST).

Consumers have completely embraced this company. When tasting Snowville's milk many people are taken back by how surprisingly good it tastes. Snowville's motto, 'Milk the way it used to be.', is exactly how their customers are saying it tastes. Warren can even tell stories of the milk bringing tears to the eyes of his customers that feel a little nostalgia over how good the milk is and how it reminds them of thier childhood.

Great work Warren and Victoria!

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