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WHY GOAT'S MILK ice cream? 


Did you know that 65% of the world’s population drink goat’s milk?

Goat’s milk contains less lactose than cow’s milk and is filled with vitamins, enzymes, and protein. Goat’s milk is also less allergenic. It doesn’t contain the complex proteins that stimulate allergic reactions to cow’s milk, so it doesn’t suppress the immune system. It’s easier to digest than cow’s milk. Statistics show that goat’s milk will digest in a baby’s stomach in twenty minutes, whereas pasteurized cow’s milk takes eight hours. The difference is in the structure of the milk. It contains twice the healthful medium chain fatty acids, such as capric and caprylic acids, which are highly anti-microbial. So why wouldn't you choose Goat's Milk Ice Cream?!

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Udderly Ridiculous Goat’s Milk Ice Cream is made from all-natural, locally-sourced ingredients (wherever possible) because we believe dessert should taste great and also be great for your body. This is why we choose to make our ice cream out of the freshest, local goat's milk available.

Goat's milk is rich in vitamins & nutrients... and has fewer naturally occurring sugars.

When compared to cow's milk, goat's milk contains more of many of the following nutrients (1) : Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Iron. Goat milk is high in protein - per 100g serving, goat milk has more protein than cow's milk (2). Goat milk has low lactose levels - goat's milk naturally contains lesser lactose levels than cow’s milk (3).*

 

*1. Per 100g serving; Source: Canadian Nutrient File 2015, published by the Government of Canada; Comparing 2% and 3.25% M.F. cow milk to whole unenriched goat milk, 2. Source: Canadian Nutrient File 2015, published by the Government of Canada; Comparing 2% and 3.25% M.F. cow milk to whole unenriched goat milk. 3. When compared to 2% and whole cow’s milk to raw, unfortified goat milk.