Nutrition Business Journal

Got Goat Milk?

Meyenberg sees sales growth scramble into the 30% range, driven by safety and allergy concerns.

Goat milk is reportedly more widely consumed around the world than cow’s milk. But in the United States, it takes just a tiny share of the cow’s milk market—$ 25 million to $30 million in annual retail sales, according to Carol Jackson, vice president of Meyenberg Goat Milk, the largest goat milk manufacturer in the country. While many rural families raise and trade goat milk or buy it from small raw goat milk creameries such as Utterly Divine Dairy near Dallas- Fort Worth, M

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