Once our milk leaves the farm it begins its journey to supermarket shelves.
Every 48 hours, milk is collected from the farm by an OMSCo-accredited tanker. The driver inspects the milk and can reject it based on a range of criteria. If the milk passes this initial assessment, the tanker heads for the dairy, usually delivering within a few hours.
The tanker driver takes a sample of each collection, puts it in a sample pot and sends it off to the labs to be tested. If the milk fails any of these tests, it is rejected and the whole batch is thrown out. It’s our way of making sure our organic standards are there in the milk you buy.
When the tanker reaches the dairy, further tests are carried out to ensure the first test was reliable. Once it’s passed all the necessary tests, our milk is decanted into chilled, stainless steel silos for maximum protection.How we make milk