BUFFALOS: LOCAL BREED, MURRAH
VARIANT: FULL CREAM RAW MILK
QUALITY: FAT: 5.5%, SNF: 9.0 (approx.)
PACKAGING: 500ML POUCH, 1000ML GLASS BOTTLE
SHELF LIFE: 4 DAYS, WHEN STORED UNDER 4°C
Vrindavan Farms Buffalo milk is produced from buffalos that are grazed in far remote villages close to the forest. They graze in the open field naturally and eat natural grass and leaves and give superior quality milk which is thick and creamy. Buffalos are maintained hygienically. Since buffalo milk is rich in fat, it quite useful in making curd, paneer, ice cream, and other superior quality dairy products. We supply fresh raw buffalo milk without any processing or adulteration. We don't use growth hormone injections to increase milk production. We also don't use antibiotic-treated buffalo milk until the suggested withdrawal period. Our buffalo milk is pure and natural.
Our buffalos are grazed naturally with grass, leaves, and herbs. Free of hormone, antibiotic, and preservatives.
Our goal is to serve the freshest milk to you. Fresh milk is delivered from our farms to your home as quickly as possible with strict cold-chain.
We pay close attention to our buffalos' hygiene. They are washed regularly. Their health is also maintained very well.
We believe in consuming fresh milk. It tastes better and rich in vitamins and minerals compared to processed milk.
We moved from USA to India. My kids were developing allergy from regular milk. So, through our community people we came to know about Vrindavan organic / fresh milk. Once we started on vrindavan milk our kids allergies reduced by 90% in 2 months.
We are very satisfied with the quality of the milk. Moreover, customer service is just exemplary. One does not come across such service often in India. I wish that more and more of Indian service providers learn from the customer service systems.
Coming from a scientific background, I am aware of the limitations in the quality of milk supplied through various vendors. In this regard, I found Vrindavan Milk not as an alternative to existing suppliers, rather a new concept: i.e. unadulterated milk.