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Clyde Organics Organic Full Fat Milk 1l

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Customer Rating: 5.0
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Price: £1.19
Available only in our Edinburgh shops
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About Organic Full Fat Milk

We are a family run, organic dairy farm which supplies wholesale and direct to the public. Our farm is in the Clyde Valley between Lanark and Biggar and all of our milk is produced on our own farm from clover rich pastures. The cows are fed a non G.M. diet and there are no pesticides, herbicides or artificial fertilisers used.

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We always buy organic milk and this is one of the best we've tried.

By Lisa McArthur on 01/11/2019

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