History

Goat cheese maker Dorthe Sørensen, has since the early eighties produced handmade goat cheese with milk from her own goats. These are handmade with heart and soul, without compromising the ideology of producing food that respects the earth, the animals and the people around the production.

The cheeses are today made of milk from four dedicated organic Danish goat farmers, delivering top fresh raw milk from healthy and happy goats. The goats give birth in early spring. They nurse the baby goats until they can do without milk and graze on their own. When the grass is in good growth and the weather is welcoming, the goats love to graze on open green land. But on a rainy day, they really like to be inside relaxing. A goat gives between 2 and 4 liters of milk a day, and it can provide milk as a dairy goat for up to 12 -15 years.

We comply with all the parameters off the future of food production. We aim for as little processing as possible. The cheeses produced of the goatmilk is only pasteurized for 15 seconds. It is not standardized or homogenized. In addition, we are continuously working on environmentally friendly packaging solutions. We are true organic producers by the heart.

Today, the dairy is a recognized brand with customers in Scandinavia and abroad. The reason for success is due to the overall passion for high quality goat milk, the love of food and a lot of stubbornness.

We comply with all the parameters off the future of food production. We aim for as little processing as possible. The cheeses produced of the goatmilk is only pasteurized for 15 seconds. It is not standardized or homogenized. In addition, we are continuously working on environmentally friendly packaging solutions. We are true organic producers by the heart.

Today, the dairy is a recognized brand with customers in Scandinavia and abroad. The reason for success is due to the overall passion for high quality goat milk, the love of food and a lot of stubbornness.

1981-2017

1981

Dorthe gets her first goats in Tebstrup.

1983

First production of cheese.

1987

Silver medal in the National Exhibition.

2010

The dairy moves to the former Arla Dairy in Vrinners on Mols.

2017

Becomes modern and gets online.