• Dairy Donations: Finding a Home for Excess Milk
  • Dairy Donations: Finding a Home for Excess Milk

    The Vermont Milk Commission recently released a report of recommendations for advancing supply management in the dairy industry. True supply management is a complicated task that stems from a simple goal: stop creating too much milk. But while we have too much milk in the system overall, we have not enough milk going to some households that want it. Foodbanks on average distribute one gallon of milk to each household every year - even though demand is high. How does our "extra" milk get to consumers who want it but can't afford it?  

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Blueberries

Adams Berry Farm

326 S. Union Street
Burlington, Vermont
802-578-9093

Berry Creek Farm

1342 VT Route 100
Westfield, Vermont
802-744-2406

Boyd Family Farm

125 East Dover Road
Wilmington, Vermont
802-464-5618

Brown’s Beautiful Blueberries

493 Coburn Hill Road
Craftsbury, Vermont
802-586-2202

Cedar Circle Farm & Education Center

225 Pavillion Road
Thetford, Vermont
802-785-4737

Dutton Farm Stand

Route 30
Newfane, Vermont
802-365-4168

Dwight Miller & Son Orchards

511 Miller Road
East Dummerston, Vermont
802-254-9635

Green Mountain Orchards

130 West Hill Road
Putney, Vermont
802-387-5851

Harlows Sugar House

563 Bellows Falls Road
Putney, Vermont
802-387-5852

Liebig Berries

1482Buttons Falls Road
Pawlet, Vermont
802-645-0888

Moore’s Orchard

Pomfret Road
Pomfret, Vermont
802-457-2994

Norris Berry Farm

686 Davis Road
Hinesburg, Vermont
802-453-3793

Owls Head Farm

263 Blueberry Farm Road
Richmond, Vermont
802-434-3387

Paul Mazza’s Fruit & Vegetable Stand

135 Poor Farm Road
Colchester, Vermont
802-879-0102

Paul Mazza’s Fruit & Vegetable Stand 2

182 River Road
Essex, Vermont
802-879-0102
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