Bellwether Farms adds two-packs of 32 oz. plain Organic Cow Milk Yogurt to Texas and New Orleans Costcos on July 10th
Petaluma, CA, July 22, 2019 – Starting on July 10th, Petaluma, CA creamery Bellwether Farms is set to add two-packs of their 32 oz. plain Organic Cow Milk Yogurt to select Costco locations in Texas, as well as one in New Orleans. Crafted with high-quality Jersey milk from a nearby farm, Bellwether Farms Organic Cow Milk Yogurt is rich and creamy without additional thickeners or cream. Currently sold in hundreds of conventional grocery stores and independent retailers across the nation, Bellwether Farms is known for their use of high-caliber ingredients and traditional techniques; resulting in products favored for their unique flavors and superior textures.
Delivering beneficial probiotics and A2 protein, often easier to digest than other yogurts on the market, Bellwether Farms bulk Organic Cow Milk Yogurt will soon be found at:
Costco warehouse 641 – [A, 4301 W William Cannon Dr #100, Austin, TX 78749]
Costco warehouse 1049 – [1225 TX-276, Rockwall, TX 75032]
Costco warehouse 1266 – [8055 Churchill Way, Dallas, TX 75251]
Costco warehouse 680 – [1150 Bunker Hill Rd, Houston, TX 77055}
Costco warehouse 1147 – [3900 Dublin St, New Orleans, LA 70118]
Bellwether Farms’ fresh and cultured products include Organic Whole Milk Cow Yogurt, Sheep Milk Yogurt, Crème Fraiche, Fromage Blanc, Crescenza, and an award-winning Whole Milk Basket Ricotta (2019 soft Award and 2019 Good Food Award). The family-run creamery also offers a popular lineup of aged cheeses, such as Carmody, San Andreas, and Pepato.
Located on 35 acres in Sonoma County, Bellwether Farms is dedicated to sustainable agricultural practices, ethical animal husbandry, and crafting the highest quality dairy products possible. Passionate about supporting organizations that provide hunger relief or offer food-education to their communities, the family team established the nonprofit Bellwether Farms Foundation in 2016; pledging one percent of their sales to strengthen the food system and seek opportunities to invest in communities where their products are sold.