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Can you even buy A2 milk in Pennsylvania stores?

Answered on January 12, 2014
Created November 21, 2013 at 6:47 PM

Any brands I should investigate?

I have a trader joe's and whole foods near by.

I live in Philadelphia Pa

Thanks for any tips,

Mike

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I wonder if there are any safe raw milk sources for a2 milk?

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on January 12, 2014
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Goat milk is A2 and can be had at the reading terminal market in center city philly

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on November 26, 2013
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Here's one response which looks promising from the makers of TSOrganics (in the glass bottles at whole foods here in philly): (I guess I need to dig deeper to see if all "heritage breeds" are a2:

"Hi Michael, Thanks for your interest! We require our farmers to have heritage breed cows. These however can be a mixed breed of Jerseys, Guernsey's or other heritage breeds. We do allow less than 5% Holsteins in their herds. This is typically the case where they may have had a family cow for a long time they wanted to keep and we haven't taken a hard line on this. While we have not tested our cows at this point for A2 Beta-Casien that is typically what heritage breed cows produce. Hope you find this helpful! Ask anytime, Rhonda Rhonda Tricklings Springs Creamery

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I wonder if there are any safe raw milk sources for a2 milk?

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