Cocoa Metro Dark Drinking Chocolate, a gourmet chocolate milk produced by Trickling Springs Creamery, Chambersburg, Pa., has been available in Whole Foods Market stores and specialty retailers in major Eastern cities since late 2010. It is now being produced by Rosehill Dairy, Hyrum, Utah. Developed by a husband and wife — Mike and Lizzy Dunford — the two plan to team up with the best local dairies throughout the U.S. in order to share their proprietary chocolate milk with all Americans who crave quality chocolate. According to the Dunfords, Californians can expect Cocoa Metro next.
Cocoa Metro is made in small batches using minimal ingredients: premium Belgian chocolate, 2%-low-fat milk, evaporated cane juice, vanilla, and carrageenan for thickening. Quart bottles are now available through independent grocers in northern Utah and have a suggested retail price of $6 to $7, depending on retailer.
This chocolate milk was part of a new product round-up for National Dairy Month, see more new products in our article — 5 New Dairy Foods to Celebrate National Dairy Month.