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Goat's milk, gently and responsibly made for your child's growth and immunity.

Natural Nutrients Unique To Goat's Milk

Dairy Goat wants the best for your child.

Learn more about how goat's milk can be a safe and effective source of nutrition for you child.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Where can I find your products?

DG Goat Milk Beverage for Kids will soon be available in:

-   Mercury Drugstores Nationwide

-   St. Joseph Drugstore (Pangasinan)

-   Select Southstar Drug branches 

-   Lazada 

-   GB Distributors, Inc. & Medport Distributors Inc.

Please sign up for updates or call 817-3711 / 317-6655

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Is Goat Milk safe for my children?

Yes. All our products have passed international and local standards:

 

•     Awarded the New Zealand Quality Product Seal

•     Passed the strictest standards set by the British Journal of Nutrition

•     Quality and (Nutritional) Quantity approved by the Codex Alimentarius

•     Approved by FDA Philippines

 

Furthermore, we have numerous clinical studies conducted by the Diary Goat Cooperative. Contact us for more information!

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Is Goat Milk better than Cow Milk?

Goat Milk is: more natural; easier to digest; less allergenic.

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How is Goat Milk different from Cow Milk?

Goat Milk is closer to human milk versus Cow Milk because:

 

• Like humans, Goats produce their milk through Apocrine Secretion, where milk fat and bioactive components in mammary secretory cells are enveloped by cell membranes as they are secreted. As a result, milk produced by goats have naturally occurring bioactive components.

 

• Goat Milk has less allergenic components than Cow Milk
β-Lactoglobulin is the whey protein that stimulates milk protein allergies. Compared with milk from other animals, Goat Milk has lower levels of β-Lactoglobulin; thus making it less allergenic for us!

 

• Goat Milk is more easily digested versus Cow Milk:
Casein in milk produces curds in our stomach. Compared to milk sourced from other animals, Goat Milk produces a very loose curd structure with a high proportion of water that is easily broken apart, thus facilitating easier digestion of milk proteins.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) highly recommends to have newborn babies up to 6 months, exclusively breastfed by their moms as long as possible. As babies grow at different rates, a health professional should advise you on the appropriate time to introduce weaning feeds to your baby. When introducing weaning feeds, remember that they need to be suitable and safe to minimize risk to your baby's health.