Wisconsin’s Sassy Cow Creamery introduces a new low-fat 1% chocolate milk this summer. Each 8-ounce serving has 140 calories.
Sassy Cow Creamery, based in Columbus, Wis., is owned and operated by third-generation dairy producers — James and Robert Baerwolf and their families.
Starting June 22, the low-fat chocolate milk will be available in pint, quart and half-gallon sizes at select local grocery and natural foods stores, and the Sassy Cow Creamery.
The company said its chocolate milk has fewer calories, less sugar and fat than traditional chocolate milk products on the market. It comes direct to consumers straight from the Baerwolf family farm.
“With today’s emphasis on healthy lifestyles and wholesome, essential nutrition for kids and adults we are pleased to offer consumers a local choice of low-fat chocolate milk,” says James Baerwolf.
In addition to chocolate milk, the company produces premium ice cream, organic and traditional bottled milk, heavy cream, half-and-half, milkshakes and ice cream cakes made from milk produced by the family’s two dairy herds.