California-based Top Line Milk Company is producing a line of old-fashioned milk called 'Low & Slow.' While many consumers have been swapping cow's milk for nut milk, there is still a demand for traditional dairy products. This line of small-batch milk simplifies the production process for a more natural dairy product.
The Low & Slow range consists of whole milk that is naturally produced using a slower pasteurization method. This involves heating the milk to 145 degrees in insulated vat pasteurizers. This process takes longer than traditional milk production, but it ensures that all of the natural, nutritional qualities of farm-fresh milk are retained. The company then skips the homogenization process, to produce old-fashioned, cream-top milk, which natural separates when left to sit.
The Low & Slow range is not only designed to taste better than other milk products, but it give consumers a more natural option when it comes to buying cow's milk.
The Low & Slow Milk Range is Made Using a Slow Pasteurization Method
1. Return of Traditional Milk Products - Offering old-fashioned milk may appeal to consumers looking for natural dairy options.
2. Slow Food Movement in Dairy Industry - Using slower, more natural production methods can appeal to consumers who prioritize natural food production.
3. Minimalist Milk Production - Streamlining the milk production process to produce a more natural end product can appeal to consumers seeking simplicity.
1. Dairy Industry - The dairy industry has an opportunity to use slower pasteurization methods to create more natural, in-demand milk products.
2. Natural Foods Industry - The trend towards natural and organic foods means that natural milk products like Low & Slow may have a place in the market.
3. Small Batch Food Production - Producing small batches of more natural dairy products can appeal to consumers looking for high-quality, artisanal food options.