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Raw dairy now available for delivery in London from Hurdlebrook's Guernsey cows

From: Philip R.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 4:50 PM
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Hello All

Hurdlebrook Guernsey Produce have been supplying North Londoners with our Unpasteurised Cream, Yoghurt and Cheese through Farm Direct ( for the last three years and now we are starting a trial of offering our Unpasteurised Guernsey Milk in 2 pint cartons at £1.80 to complete the line of products available.

As you are probably aware, raw milk can only be sold to the final consumer by the farmer.  Not via an independent retailer.  This means that Farm Direct are only acting as our courier and so you will need both to order your milk from Hurdlebrook Guernsey Produce as well as pay us for it.

To receive a delivery of our milk, there are 3 simple steps:

  1. Text or email Dave (details below) with your name and order the number of cartons you want by Wednesday 10pm.

  2. Your milk will be delivered fresh to their depot (11 Ronalds Rd, N5 1XJ) on Friday morning and will be available for collection from Friday 10am or can be home delivered as part of a Farm Direct order.

  3. You can pay us either by cash into our petty cash box at the Farm Direct Depot, or pay by card, using our credit card machine (also in their depot).

Existing Farmers Market customers already know the beauty of single herd milk, that gently changes with the seasons and cows' diet.  Add to that the unmistakeable colour from the Guernsey cows inefficiency at digesting the beta carotene in the forage and you end up with the champagne of milk.



Dave Paull
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Overton Farm

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