September 17th, 2010

St Helen’s Farm, the UK’s biggest goat dairy brand, is offering consumers the chance to discover the taste of goats’ milk for free.

The special cartons of St Helen’s Farm whole, semi-skimmed and skimmed milk will be available in Sainsbury and Tesco throughout September.

All varieties of St Helen’s Farm goats’ milk usually retail for £1.34 for 1 litre.

St Helen’s Farm’s Angus Wielkopolski said:

“More and more people are turning to goats’ milk for its taste and health benefits, a trend we want to boost with this latest offer.”

At its farm at Seaton Ross in the Vale of York, St Helen’s Farm does everything from growing organic red clover for feeding goats through to milking, processing and packing goats’ milk.

It is also supplied by a network of other family-owned goat farms.

The company produces a range of goats’ butter, cheese, cream, milk and yogurt from 10 million litres of goats ‘milk every year.

St Helen’s Farm believes it is unique because everything happens on one site. From its farm at Seaton Ross in North Yorkshire it grows crops to feed goats, farms them, milks them and produces goats’ dairy products and then sends them out to supermarkets like Tesco, Sainsbury and Waitrose.

St Helen’s also supports the local farming economy by processing milk from other goat farms in the region.