Organic Bulk Milk is here! Bring your own bottles or containers to fill up on the delicious Country Valley Milk, owned by the Fairley family for over 150 years.
For the rest of July (and maybe longer) we have an introductory offer of only $1.75 for members and $1.95 for non-members per litre!
This organic milk is farmed in Moss Vale and Nowra on fully certified organic farms without the use of pesticides, herbicides or chemicals. Their factory is fully certified by Australian Certified Organics to process organic milk.
Best to bring a wide neck bottle or container or use one of our jars. We are so excited because this means less food waste (only fill up as much or as little as you need) and less packaging.
We would have loved to get milk delivered the old-school way in European-style metal milk cans, but this is not possible in Australia. Organic Valley Milk comes in thin 10 l plastic bags that we decant into our dispenser. While the bag is single-use, it is RedCyclable and only makes up about 10% of the usual waste generated by milk cartons or plastic bottles. This makes us happy as we can reduce the waste we create further, and hopefully this makes you happy, too!
So don’t wait and try it for yourself! Happy re-filling!
Hi I am interested in having your milk delivered or know where I could pick it up. I live in torquay. How long does your milk last? Would I be able to order the 10L
bag fortnightly? Id be using 5 L a week. How much would this be? Cheers.
hi there Eliza, we are in Manly, NSW. The milk comes from Country Valley in NSW so I’m not sure that is helpful to you in Torquay?
Hi, I am interested in organising bulk milk buy for approximately 20 households in inner-city Melbourne. I have a few questions. Where did you buy that glass big jar? How many liters of milk does it carry/contain? How do you wash it and how do you store it? Do you just put it in the big fridge? Thank you,
Hi Ta. The glass jar is illustrative – the milk is delivered in 15L metal churns that our supplier (Country Valley) re-fills. Unopened churns are stored in our coolroom, while opened churns are refridgerated in-store, with both storage locations at around 2 degrees C. We wash our churns in hot, soapy water. The glass jar in the image holds about 7L, with similar containers available at homeware stores or online.