Category Archives: News

TASTE OF THE WEEK: Three Colorado artisan cheese incidents

I don’t know why it still surprises folks that Colorado — home to tons of dairies — also produces some first-class cheeses. (Side note: Leprino Foods in Greeley is the world’s largest producer of mozzarella for pizza.) Rocking W Farmer’s Cheese  Farmer’s cheese is simple stuff, made by pressing curds together, but the version from Rocking […]

How Mad Agriculture and Origin Milk Are Changing Dairy, One Guernsey Cow at a Time

When a cattle operation goes from having more than 1,000 cows to just over a dozen, it sounds like it will spell trouble for the ranch. But out West, the family-run dairy farm now known as Colorado Cow couldn’t be happier with their transition, which has transformed their previously conventional operation into a pasture-led farm […]

Adrian Bota of ORIGIN: 5 Things You Need To Create a Successful Food Line or Specialty Food

As a part of our series called “5 Things You Need To Create a Successful Food Line or Specialty Food”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Adrian Bota. Entrepreneur Adrian Bota is the co-founder and CEO of Origin Milk. Adrian is committed to leading the shift away from“big dairy, ” which is reliant on legacy […]

Downsized dairy

The milk you buy at the local grocery store could be from cows anywhere across the country — that’s the result of decades of industrialized dairy production in the U.S. But some local dairy farms are shifting the paradigm, opting to downsize their herds, farm different breeds and provide their communities with what research shows […]

How Colorado food businesses diversified during the COVID-19 pandemic

Regardless of business model, food entrepreneurs have been pushed to diversify with more digital options in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, a trend discussed during the latest educational webinar offered by the Colorado Proud marketing program housed within the Colorado Department of Agriculture. According to Chef Jason Morse, owner of 5280 Culinary, a food […]

How the Colorado grocery store diversified in the COVID-19 pandemic

Regardless of the business model, food business operators have been pushed to diversify with more digital options in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. This trend was discussed in the last webinar of the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s Colorado Proud Marketing Program. According to Chef Jason Morse, owner of 5280 Culinary, a food marketing and […]

ORIGIN’s milk is the first 100% A2 dairy milk produced by heritage Guernsey cows sold in the U.S.

ORIGIN‘s milk is the first 100% A2 dairy milk produced by heritage Guernsey cows sold in the U.S., offering milk closer to the milk that humans have been drinking since the dawn of time.  ORIGIN is the only milk brand to focus exclusively on Guernsey milk. Guernsey cows have not been modified for industrialized production, […]

Want Healthier, More Sustainable Cheese? Here’s How You Can Get Some

A partnership between Origin Dairy, Colorado Cow, and Haystack Mountain Cheese yields local chile jack, brie, camembert, and more from regeneratively raised cows. Conventional beef and dairy production are far from sustainable, so it’s no surprise that consumers—and farmers—continue to search for alternatives. For those who don’t plan to join a raw milk share from […]

A2 Dairy Product Line

Origin Milk has launched a line of dairy products including eggnog, ghee, cheeses, whole milk, 2% milk, skim milk, chocolate milk, and heavy cream. Origin products are made with 100% A2 milk from Guernsey cows, which have never been genetically modified for production, the company says. Read the original article here.