Located among the Amish Farms in North Pennsylvania, Cherish Creamery has been producing natural and fresh goat milk yogurt, kefir, and cheese for over 5 years. We take great pride in producing delicious, artisanal Kosher Dairy Products that everyone can enjoy.
We use only the best quality goat milk, sourced from seven Grade A, Certified Kosher. Once the milk flows into our holding tanks, we cool it down right away to preserve its freshness.
We believe that every goat deserves to lead a good life, be treated with love and respect, and engage in a full range of their natural behaviors. That’s why each farm that supplies us goat milk must be Certified Kosher.
A MESSAGE FROM OUR CHEF
When people try our products for the first time, they can’t believe they’re tasting goat milk. That’s because we’ve perfected our process over 5 years.
GOAT MILK BENEFITS
Many people prefer goat milk over cow milk – not only because they love the taste, but because it’s gentler on their stomachs. There are key nutritional difference.
The average size of fat globules in goat milk is smaller than in cow milk and forms a smaller, softer curd in the stomach. Small, soft curds are more rapidly broken down by stomach enzymes, which makes goat milk more easily digestible.
Approximately 7% of children in the U.S. have symptoms of cow milk allergy, which can be attributed to reactions to alpha S1 casein or whey proteins in milk. Depending on the breed, goat milk contains negligible levels of alpha S1 casein. Research studies suggest that 40% or more of patients allergic to cow milk tolerate goat milk well.
SHORT & MEDIUM CHAIN FATTY ACIDS
Goat milk contains significantly higher levels of short and medium-chain fatty acids than cow milk. Research suggests that these fatty acids are more rapidly digested, provide quick energy for the body, and are associated with a variety of other health benefits.
VITAMINS AND MINERALS
Goat milk contains 18% more calcium, 43% more potassium, 40% more magnesium, and 104% more Vitamin A than whole cow milk.
Our goat milk yogurt and kefir are fermented with live and active cultures, resulting in hundreds of billions of probiotics per serving. Eating probiotic-rich foods like yogurt and kefir is an important strategy for overall health. Bacteria in our guts play a significant role in immune function, helping to protect us against disease and infection.