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Three new Ontario microdairies launch single-herd milk
by Jennifer Bain, Food Editor
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16 August 2012
On 16 August 2012 The Star reported:
Ontario is getting its first taste of microdairy milk from three families that are milking from single herds of cows and bottling right on the farm. 'People today want local and they want less processed,' says dairy farmer John den Haan. 'Our milk is fresh and tastes fresh,' adds his wife Bonnie. 'People want to know their farmer, just like they want to know their dentist, doctor or mechanic. It's a huge opportunity to educate people.'
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