The unique character of goat milk
We don't have to add a thing: the goat milk used as the basis for all our products is naturally brimming with a host of characteristics that make it a gentle and nutritious alternative. Full-fat goat milk is relatively easy for the body to break down and digest. The fat consists of smaller fat globules and relatively high amounts of short- and medium-chain fatty acids. In addition, the relatively low amount of αs1-casein protein helps to form a softer curd in the stomach that passes through the digestive system more easily.
Goat milk contains high levels of important nutrients, including vitamins (A, B2 and C), minerals (calcium, phosphorous) and proteins. The fatty acid composition of goat milk is also slightly different to that of cow milk. The amount of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) and linoleic acid is no less than twice as high as in cow milk. As our body is unable to manufacture these fats itself, they are called essential fatty acids.