Organic Whole Milk

Here at Mossgiel, we do things differently than normal. Our organic whole milk comes straight from our own collective of Ayrshire organic dairy farms and from the Organic Milk Suppliers Cooperative. We brew it slowly on arrival to pasteurise it, then bottle straight away and taken to our supporters without removing any awesomeness along the way.

Picture of a pint of Mossgiel Whole Organic Milk

We believe that when you buy Whole milk you should receive the Whole of the milk - along with the creamy top when you peel off that traditional foil lid. That way you can save it for your porridge, your coffee or for the first one out of bed in the morning to cheekily steal before the rest of the family get the chance!

Picture of Calves and Cows in a field on a sunny day.

Once upon a time whole was the name of milk that came straight from an awesome cow. It had none of the cream removed by the time it was delivered to the local supporters of each farm around Scotland.

That's what we think is best, so that's why our Whole Milk is 'Non-Standardised'.


Picture of 2 Cows standing in a field.

Mega-Dairy 'Whole' milk is not all it says on the bottle. Today, whole milk is taken from a farm to a massive factory. It is then mixed with milk from other farms and 'skimmed' of all the cream, before the cream is added back in to the milk to call it 'whole milk' at a certain rate to meet European laws. This way there is always a little surplus cream for the dairy to use (which is worth a lot more than milk) to make money twice from each litre, 'skimming' the profits. (That's where the phrase comes from!)

Picture of "White Water" Milk in single-use containers in a supermarket.

The milk is then forced through a super-high pressure 'homogeniser' (a process to break up the fat particles, a bit like forcing it through your car windscreen washers) to make it look nice in a supermarket plastic bottle after all that processing. While this sounds über-efficient and great for the mega-dairies profits, it turns milk into a non-natural product and significantly changes the unique flavour and physical makeup of natures original super-food.


Picture of a pint of Mossgiel Whole Organic Milk

Mossgiel Whole Milk... as nature intended