Product Profile: Fresh Breeze Organic Milk

Snuggled up against the Canadian border in northern Washington, you’ll find Fresh Breeze Organic Dairy, where Shawn and Clarissa Langley are carrying on the family tradition. Shawn is the fifth generation of his family on the farm.

Fresh Breeze milks about about 250 cows, and Shawn pastures them and another 200 or so calves and heifers on fields of organically grown grasses, forbs, and legumes. He also feeds them organic corn he raises.

The dairy is not only USDA Organic Certified, it is also certified Salmon Safe.

Fresh Breeze Organic Dairy also separates, vat pasteurizes, and homogenizes the milk and then bottles it in their own dairy. If you are looking for a real treat, get some of the whole, non-homogenized, “cream on the top” milk in a glass bottle. Or pick up a pint of whipping cream in one of the dairy’s special glass bottles that are almost too cute to return for the deposit.

The following products are available:

  • Whole Milk
  • 2% Reduced Fat Milk
  • 1% Lowfat Milk
  • Fat Free Milk
  • Half & Half
  • Heavy Whipping Cream
  • Chocolate Milk
  • Eggnog – Made with real eggs and organic cane sugar

Where to buy Fresh Breeze Organic Milk in Seattle:

  • Ballard Market
  • Central Co-op
  • Greenwood Market
  • PCC Natural Markets
  • Pike Place Market Creamery
  • Whole Foods Market – in returnable glass (cream on top) bottles
  • Around Puget Sound

2 thoughts on “Product Profile: Fresh Breeze Organic Milk

  1. I absolutely LOVE your Organic Whole Milk!
    I wish I could find a retailer closer to my home…I live in Seatac by the airport.

    1. Karen,

      You might check the closest Whole Foods, I know Fresh Breeze Milk is sold in many of them in Puget Sound.

      Also you could drop Clarissa an email at clarissa (at) freshbreezeorganic (dot) com. Maybe she has some ideas for you.


      Gail N-K
      GoodFood World

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