Organic Valley isn’t a giant corporation. They are a cooperative of farmers across the country who share the same commitment to growing food the right way. Organic Valley is not driven by profits; they're driven by principles. There are lots of different kinds of cooperatives, but they’re all built around the idea that the best way to change things is to work together. Organic Valley's cooperative is made up of over 2,000 family farms and 900 employees, all pooling their passion and resources to bring organic food to the tables of people across the country. Since 1960, big corporations have taken over more than 600,000 family-owned farms. And when shareholders of those big companies demand higher profits every year, farmers get squeezed to produce more for less pay. But at Organic Valley, it’s their company, so every farmer earns a fair living.
I like that Organic Valley had products you wouldn't think of such as Ghee, and Protein Shakes, and Lactose-Free Milk, as well as Organic Prairie Meats! I chose to get the Salted Butter, as we use butter every single day. Start with delicious, pasture-raised organic milk. Add in the expertise of the master butter-makers. Toss in just a pinch of dairy salt. Then churn, churn, churn. The result is an airy, tangy and rich butter that’s perfect on everything it touches.
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