|June 19, 2017 -||Consumers speak, LaClare Family Creamery Listens - MALONE - Family run goat operation, LaClare Family Creamery rolled out its new consumer friendly packaging and extended product line with consumer feedback in mind.
According to Gourmet News Associate Editor Dave Bernard, while consumers came for the flavor and bright white, clean appearance of goat cheese, they stayed for the health benefits.
"Goat dairy products often work for those with lactose intolerance, and they contain a different saturated fat composition from that found in cow’s milk. And it’s also
higher in calcium, vitamin A and often protein. Some varieties contain just a third of the fat and calories of cow’s milk cheese. goat cheese got a hoof in the door, and to grow the category, Bernard added.
|May 10, 2017 -||Cheese|
|Oct. 29, 2015 -||At Marian Awards, a call for skilled workers - Companies in health care and dairy, manufacturing and engineering — and a longtime Fond du Lac financial adviser — were honored Tuesday night during Marian University's 34th annual Business and Industry Awards.|
|July 31, 2015 -||Two Wisconsin Cheeses Win Top Spots at American Cheese Society - Standard Market Cave Aged Chandoka, a mixed milk cheese crafted with goat and cow's milk by Katie Hedrich Fuhrmann and her team on LaClare Farm, and aged by David Rogers and his team at Standard Market in Westmont, Illinois, was named Runner-Up Best in Show at the 2015 American Cheese Society competition, widely regarded as the Oscars of the artisan cheese industry.|
|Mar. 6, 2015 -||LaClare Farms finds niche in goat cheese|
|Mar. 4, 2015 -||LaClare Farms to Unveil Cave Aged Chandoka at March Farm Dinner - LaClare Farms has a special treat for their March Meet the Producer Dinner - Cave Aged Chandoka! This one of a kind cheese crafted at laClare Farms and is then aged at Standard Market in Chicago.|
|Oct. 1, 2014 -||GET YOUR GOAT|
|July 14, 2014 -||Wisconsin's LaClare Farms cashes in on the goat's milk industry|