Ohio creamery gets OK on label

POMEROY, Ohio — Snowville Creamery, which produces minimum-heat pasteurized, non-homogenized milk and dairy products sourced from local grass-grazed cows, has received approval by the Ohio Department of Agriculture to label its products as coming from pastured cows fed only non-GMO (genetically modified organisms) feeds and forage. 

Snowville is the only non-organic dairy in the country approved to label its products in this manner.

“Our customers have told us they prefer food void of genetically modified organisms,” said Warren Taylor, one of the founders and owners of Snowville Creamery. “The ODA has approved our packaging and claims that our dairy products are from cows fed only non-GMO feeds and forage.”

For information about Snowville’s non-GMO testing and verification, visit www.snowvillecreamery.com.

From Farm and Dairy.com  |  January 22, 2015

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