Our Seal

THE TRULY GRASS FED SEAL

Not only do we produce our own cheese & butter range, we also supply Truly Grass Fed ingredients to other natural brands & our partners display the Truly Grass Fed seal on their packaging. We created this seal of excellence to communicate the premium quality and the promise of integrity that goes hand in hand with our dairy. Look for the noble cow, crafted in the Celtic style, on your dairy products, and rest easy knowing it symbolizes the pledge to consistently deliver clean and wholesome dairy you can feel good about.

EXPLORE SEAL STANDARDS

OUR PARTNERS

THE TRULY GRASS FED SEAL SIGNIFIES…

  • Our cows are 95% grass fed.*

  • Our cows spend most of the year outdoors, in the fresh air, grazing (250 days a year*).

  • Non-GMO Project Verified.

  • rBST-free*. No synthetic hormones used to boost milk production.

  • ANTIBIOTIC FREE - • Antibiotic free. Small farms, fresh air and plenty of space to roam leads to naturally healthier herds. If a cow is sick and needs treatment, her milk is kept out of the total supply until she is well.

  • ANIMAL-WELFARE FRIENDLY - ALL TRULY GRASS FED ANIMALS PRODUCTS ARE CERTIFIED ANIMAL WELFARE APPROVED BY AGW.

  • ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE – WE ARE DEDICATED TO INNOVATING EFFICIENCIES THAT WILL CREATE A NET-ZERO IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT.

*No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from growth-hormone treated and non-growth hormone-treated cows.

We take dairy quality seriously. Every single one of our Truly Grass Fed farms is independently audited every 18 months to measure their compliance with our Truly Grass Fed standard. Farmer compliance with the TGF standard is verified through the SDAS (Sustainable Dairy Assurance Scheme), a certification program established by the food board of the Irish government. SDAS also ensures that the farmers adhere to best practices in animal welfare, sustainability, product quality, traceability, and soil and grass management.

*95% grass-fed cows for 250 days on a three-year average (taking inclement weather into account).