Humboldt Creamery Releases Organic Whole Chocolate Milk - Just in Time for Distribution in Whole Foods Market Across Northern and Southern California

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This new chocolate milk joins the family of organic Humboldt Creamery products currently on the market.

Humboldt Creamery’s new line of organic products available at Whole Foods Market includes whole chocolate milk. As consumers continue to demand organic products and transparency regarding where their food comes from, this new product is perfectly on-trend.

Many other dairy products include carrageenan, but Humboldt Creamery does not use this stabilizer. They are committed to using only the best ingredients - including organic chocolate, organic sugar and of course the highest quality organic milk.

“Our primary goal is to make premium organic dairy products available to a broad section of consumers. We don’t see organic milk as a niche market – it is very much mainstream,” noted CEO Frank Otis. “When we purchased Humboldt Creamery we saw a tremendous opportunity. This region is one of the most pristine places on earth for grazing dairy cows, and the company had a long history of making organic dairy products.”

This new chocolate milk is available by the quart and features the beautifully rebranded packaging Humboldt Creamery unveiled this year. The redesigned packaging gives consumers a sense of the unique beauty of the Northern California coast, where the milk comes from.

About Humboldt Creamery
Founded in 1929 and owned by the Foster family since 2009, Humboldt Creamery, based in Fortuna, California, produces a variety of premium organic dairy products with milk sourced from a select group of farmers in Humboldt and Del Norte Counties. Humboldt Creamery’s high-quality, premium dairy products include fluid milk, ice cream, butter, cottage cheese and sour cream. Organic certification ensures that every item produced by Humboldt Creamery is from cows that have grazed on organic pastures free of pesticides, have not been treated with hormones or antibiotics, and are fed from non-GMO feed sources. The company’s website is

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