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Sheep’s Milk Yogurt

Cup set, thick, mild and custardy, Mohawk Drumlin Sheep's Milk Greek Yogurt is packaged in Glass Jars and comes in a variety of flavors: Plain, Honey-Vanilla and Maple. Maple Syrup is from local new season's sugaring, and Honey is from bees that forage on our own farm.

Aged Sheep’s Milk Cheeses

Mohawk Drumlin aging caves hold wheels of Toma Hawk for your enjoyment! Note: We will be focusing on yogurt production for distribution this year, but Toma Hawk is now available for tasting.

Pasteurized Sheep’s Milk

Available in 2.5 and 5.0 gallon dairy bags by special order. Perfect for Restaurants and Bakeries making specialty desserts and pastries that are traditionally made with Sheep's Milk: Ricotta, Mascarpone, Mamia and Panna Cotta.

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Mohawk Drumlin Creamery Sheep’s Milk Greek Yogurt Available Now in These Fine Stores


Mohawk Drumlin Creamery Sheep’s Milk Greek Yogurt Available Now in These Fine Stores and Restaurants!

Look for our new Shelf Talker signs!

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Published: February 26, 2016 | Comments: 1

For Store owners: How To Buy Mohawk Drumlin Creamery products

Please contact our distributors Angello’s Distributing or Finger Lakes Farms.

Outside of New York State, please watch this space as we establish our distribution network in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont.

Published: February 26, 2016 | Comments: 0

Nutrition Facts for Mohawk Drumlin Sheep’s Milk Yogurt

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So, since our 16 fluid ounce jar is typically filled with 15 ounces net weight of yogurt — the yogurt is slightly less dense than water, and we don’t fill to the lip of the jar for product quality reasons — it comes to 425 grams.

The ‘Reference Amount Customarily Consumed’ (RACC) of Yogurt, according to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is 225 grams.

So far, so good. ¬†However it turns out that for a single jar to be labelled as containing 2 servings, it must have a full 200% of the RACC for that food, even though a single package can contain as little as 65% the RACC can also also be labeled “Serving Size: 1 jar”.

So, we have two sizes of “Single-serving” jars: a very large serving — nearly twice the RACC — and “medium” size — about 80% of the RACC.

Published: February 3, 2016 | Comments: 0

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