PASTURE-RAISED, SUSTAINABLE, LOCAL.
Raw Grass Fed Milk retains many beneficial fats including cancer-fighting CLA, Omega 3 fatty acids, beneficial bacteria, beta carotene, and vitamins A and E. Pasteurization kills the beneficial bacteria that are naturally present in milk.
3 Reasons Why Our Dairy Products are Different
Unknown (Submitted on 19th Apr 2016)
Pastured, a.k.a. cultured butter, can be very difficult to find. This product, when available, is worth every peso. The flavor is rich, the texture smooth, and the color pale. This healthful butter is noticeably enjoyable in your recipes or on your favorite toast.
Maricar (Submitted on 13th Nov 2015)
It has a super light yellow (almost white) color for a grass-fed butter. Smells and tastes really nice (it's been a habit of mine to add a tbsp in my coffee so grass-fed and organic is really a must for me).
I was hoping for a deeper yellow color as, without any food coloring, it normally indicates higher mineral and beta-carotene content given the grass fed diet of the animal source. I have yet to verify with Down To Earth if the source only feeds on grass all year round.