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Redwood Hill Farm Goat Yogurt has been nominated for Vegetarian Times 2014 Foodie Awards!

Written by Sharon Bice on . Posted in Company News

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Calling all grocery shoppers…

Vegetarian Times editors need your help: for this year’s Foodie Awards, they selected 100 must-have veg products for all sorts of eating situations—from breakfast to lunch to a tasty evening treat. Now they wanna know YOUR favorites.

Drum roll please… Redwood Hill Farm Goat Yogurt is nominated for a Foodie Award this year! You can vote up to once a day in any or all categories from now until May 31, then look out for the winners in their October issue. Just by voting, you could win a $500 American Express gift card!

CLICK HERE and vote for your favorite Goat Milk Yogurt in Vegetarian Times’s 2014 Foodie Awards!

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Comments (6)

  • Erin Healy

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    Hands down, my favorite goat milk yogurt is made in Northern California by Redwoods Hills. It tastes the most natural, and clean. Like goat milk products are supposed to taste!

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    • Sharon Bice

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      Thanks so very much! We love food, and love making healthy and delicious products from our goats milk. Thank YOU for supporting family farms! I hope you can come visit the farm sometime. Thanks again, Sharon

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  • John Darling

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    I had the opportunity to try all the products from Redwood and had no real favourites because they were all tasty

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    • Sharon Bice

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      Thanks for your comments John, thanks for waiting too. (I was out on a little vacation the past couple of weeks). We have been making yogurt and cheese and lots of other products with our goat milk since we were kids and have really learned what’s important in great tasting dairy products. I guess number one is just to keep it simple! Our goal is always to provide the least processed products possible. I think that we only use Certified Humane® goat milk is an important key too. Goats that are healthy, happy, and living a natural life are simply going to just produce the best tasting milk. Thanks again for your comments. ~Sharon

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    • Sharon Bice

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      Thanks Dorotea for your comments… yes goat dairy is really fabulous. For many people it is so much easier to digest than cow dairy and so much more nutritious for them. Of course we love the goats too! Thanks again for your comments and for supporting family farms! All the best to you, Sharon

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