I’ve been following the launch of Lactose Free Green Valley Organics™ and the lactose intolerant community seems to be really taking a liking to it. The product claims to be “real dairy and still lactose free!” The product is now at every Whole Foods in the U.S. Green Valley plans to expand into many more natural food stores this year. Check their site store finder to see where it is being sold near you.

Some of the other features that folks about Green Valley Organics™ yogurt and kefir is that it is all natural, kosher certified® and Certified Humane®. People are now much more observant of the healthy practices of companies, and they see how hard Green Valley Organics™ strives to maintain high standards, especially with the respectful and healthy treatment of its animals.

Here is some additional information I’ve gathered on the Green Valley Organics™ company:

Green Valley Organics™ prides itself on their consideration of the planet. Their owner, Jennifer Lynn Bice, has been concerned with the carbon footprint used to distribute her natural, organic lactose free milk products to customers around the country. “It is important for us to have a wide geographic area of distribution to be able to do what we love and be a viable business” explains Bice, owner of her 42 year old Sebastopol business. “By installing our solar system we will offset in a much greater percentage the production costs of Green Valley Organics™ Lactose Free yogurt and kefir as well as the Redwood Hill Farm brand goat milk, cheese, yogurt and kefir that we produce. This is very important to us.”

When complete this fall, the project will encompass nearly 2 acres of roof space and is calculated to produce 810,840 kWh, offsetting 100% of the projected energy needs of the creamery. The CO2 reduced annually is equal to 110 acres of trees saved, 54 cars off the road or 76 homes powered.
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