Sciencey Stuff

Sciencey Stuff...

 

Our yogurts are all made on our farm from the milk and cream of our own cows.

 

We breed them, feed them & milk them.

Then we pasteurise it, bottle it & make yogurts out of it.

All on site, all our own equipment.

 

Every morning we are up with the lark to take lashings of fresh milk and cream for that day's yogurt. It's hard getting up at 4.30am each morning, but it means the milk and cream we use is as fresh as possible, making the end product taste that little bit better!

 

The milk and cream is pasteurised to a high temperature, before being cooled. We then add our own unique culture and allow it to incubate$ at a constant temperature for 4 hours.

 

Later that day, fruit is added and the product packed, ready for delivery in our fridge van. From Cow to Pot in 12 hours - it doesn't come much fresher than that!!

 

 

Nutrition data for yogurt - Typical Values for 100ml

Flavour

Energy

(kcal)

Total Fat (g)

of which saturates (g)

Total Carbohydrate (g)

Total Sugars (g)

Sodium (mg)

Raspberry

116

4.60

3.11

12.20

8.40

61.20

Toffee

113

3.80

2.19

16.10

12.50

83.60

Rhubarb

116

5.20

3.06

13.30

9.80

67.50

Fruits of the Forest

112

4.60

3.11

11.80

7.90

62.60

Black Cherry

128

4.60

3.11

13.10

9.10

62.20

Blackcurrant

122

4.60

3.11

13.00

8.00

61.90

Strawberry

123

4.60

3.11

13.80

10.10

59.70

Gooseberry

115

4.60

3.11

12.80

9.00

62.20

Peach Melba

107

4.60

3.11

11.20

7.60

60.50

Blueberry

116

4.60

3.11

13.70

9.70

58.70

Plain

93

4.60

3.11

7.40

6.30

66.70

Where to buy

You can get our yogurts from lots of shops, delis and farm shops, but below are the ones where you can meet us.

 

 

Chedworth Farm Shop

open every day 9-5

 

 

 

 

 

Which is your favourite flavour?

 

Friendly bacteria

 

Our yogurts are made with 'friendly bacteria' which is thought to be beneficial for your immune system. We use two species of bacteria, Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus, in the making of our yogurt. These two have a symbiotic relationship, meaning they work well together in a cultured dairy product like yogurt.

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