Brown Cow (yogurt)

Brown Cow (yogurt)

About Brown Cow (yogurt)

Brown Cow is an American brand of yogurt produced in Antioch, California. The company offers a range of 'cream top' yogurt -when the milk used to make yogurt has not been homogenized, a layer of cream rises to the top, forming a rich yogurt cream with a taste and texture not unlike sour cream. Brown Cow yogurt contains all-natural ingredients, with no artificial ingredients or preservatives, and uses only milk from cows who were not treated with artificial growth hormones. Brown Cow was founded in 1975, on a small family farm in Ithaca, NY. 'Lily' was the name of the original brown cow from whom the company took its name. In 1989, Brown Cow moved to California. In 2003, Stonyfield Farm acquired Brown Cow. Stonyfield is largely owned (85%) by Danone.

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