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Clevedon Buffalo Yoghurt - Natural
Clevedon Buffalo Yoghurt contains just buffalo milk and culture. It is high in calcium and protein yet low cholesterol and it is suitable for many people who have intolerance to cows milk.
Clevedon Buffalo Co. yoghurt is naturally full bodied with a light, velvety texture and tastes delicious. Our yoghurt is high in calcium and protein, low in cholesterol, and many who have an intolerance to cow's milk have enjoyed it.
Clevedon Buffalo Co. Cheeses & Yoghurts are made with farm fresh milk from their herd of Riverine water buffalo which graze freely on lush open pasture in Clevedon. Buffalo milk contains 58% more calcium, 40% more protein and 43% less cholesterol than cow’s milk. Buffalo is a popular alternative for those who suffer from CMA (cow’s milk allergy).
Just south of Auckland on the shores of the Hauraki Gulf is a farm unlike any other in New Zealand. True pioneers of the buffalo farming scene locally, Richard and Helen Dorresteyn own and operate 200 head of buffalo and were the first to farm buffalo in New Zealand in 2007. We are a family-run business, and collectively produce award-winning fresh buffalo mozzarella, bocconcini, ricotta, yoghurt and marinated buffalo cheese. We are proud to have won multiple awards and gold medals at New Zealand’s national cheese and artisan awards.
Clevedon Buffalo Co., owned and operated by Richard and Helen Dorresteyn, farm 150 head of buffalo for their porcelain white milk. Together they produce award winning fresh buffalo mozzarella, yoghurt, marinated cheese and ricotta. A first for New Zealand. Clevedon Buffalo Co.’s products have won multiple gold medals and awards at national cheese and artisan awards.
Store in the refrigerator below 4 degrees
Ingredients: Fresh Pasteurised buffalo milk, Culture (including acidphilus & bifidus)