Meyenberg Goat Milk Adds Gourmet Goat Milk Butter to Product Line

TURLOCK, CA—September 2004—Meyenberg Goat Milk, makers of fine goat milk products for over 70 years, is about to launch its newest and most exciting product--European style Goat Milk Butter.

Gourmet butters are fast becoming the chic spread and newest cooking ingredient for adventurous home cooks and professional chefs. The introduction of European style cow milk butters began in the US in the late 1990s but a widespread demand for out of the ordinary butter caught on in 2000. Today, European style butters are in great demand and are beyond being considered a luxury item.

Some of the distinctive characteristics of the new European style Meyenberg Goat Milk Butter are its pure white color due to the absence of carotene and it’s lower than regular butter’s melting point. The lower melting point makes it ideally suited as a smoother spread and has a wide range of applications including its uses in sauces, baking and sautéing. Being only lightly salted, it can be used in recipes calling for salted or unsalted butter.

Not only does Meyenberg Goat Milk Butter have an incomparable flavor but its striking eight-ounce foil packaging will attract shopping “foodies.”

Meyenberg Goat Milk Butter is highly suitable for those that are cow milk sensitive. The caloric count is 110 per tablespoon (14 grams.) The delightful creamy taste of this unique new Goat Milk Butter has an authentic rural flavor.

Meyenberg Goat Milk Butter is sold in Whole Foods, Wild Oats (People’s Market), selected health and natural food stores and other fine food stores across the country.

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For over a half of a century, Jackson-Mitchell, Inc. has been America’s #1 processor and distributor of goat milk products. Their product line includes fresh whole, low fat, evaporated, instant powdered and Tetra-Pak. Visit their Web site at

Jackson-Mitchell, Inc.

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