UHT Whole Goats' Milk 200ml
Goats' milk is the most widely drunk milk in the world although in the UK, cows' milk is the most popular choice. More and more people are becoming aware of the benefits that goats' milk can bring, with around 76% of Delamere Dairy's customers buying it for health reasons. It has been known to help alleviate symptoms associated with digestive disorders, skin conditions like eczema, respiratory problems, asthma and excess mucous. Goats' milk is a naturally nutritious alternative to cows' milk, and works well in tea, coffee, on cereal and in all your favourite recipes.
The smaller 200ml carton is ideal for busy families on the go and for school lunch boxes!
You can now order our 200ml UHT goats’ milk cartons directly from us. To order a tray of 24 x 200ml UHT goats’ milk cartons simply send in a cheque or postal order for £19.50 (this includes p&p) to us along with the following information:
- Your name
- Your full postal address incl. postcode
- Your daytime phone number
- Your email address
- A cheque or postal order for £19.50 made payable to 'Delamere Dairy Ltd'. (If you would like to order more than one tray, please call us on 01565 632 422).
Please send this information and your cheque to:
Delamere Dairy - (200ml goats' milk), Yew Tree Farm, Bexton Lane, Knutsford, Cheshire. WA16 9BH.
Please note we post to UK mainland only. You can expect delivery to be made within 7 working days of us receiving your cheque.
- Mild taste
- Keep in the cupboard unopened for months
- Never be without goats' milk again!
- Once opened, refrigerate and use as fresh milk
per 100ml per 200ml carton Reference Intake (RI) Adult Energy 257kJ / 62kcal 514/124 8400kJ / 2000kcal Fat 3.5g 7g 70g of which saturates 2.5g 5g 20g Carbohydrate 4.4g 8.8g 260g of which sugars 4.4g 8.8g 90g Protein 3.1g 6.2g 50g Salt 0.26g 0.52 6g Calcium 287mg 574mg
287mg is 35% of an adults Nutrient Reference Intake (NRI)
Our UHT goats' milk is packed in paperboard cartons which can be recycled. Many local authorities offer a kerbside collection service. If you are in an area that doesn't offer this service, many supermarkets have recycling bins for cartons in their car parks and you can drop them off when you do your shopping.