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Is Barambah Organics Australian owned?
Barambah Organics is Australian owned with the shareholders being Ian and Jane Campbell and Tanarra, an Australian investment company which sources funds from Queensland super institutions.
Can I buy Barambah Organics products in supermarkets?
Our products are available in retailers throughout Australia. To find your nearest stockists, please visit our ‘where to buy’ page.
Is your packaging sustainable?
We are committed to sustainability – It is central to all that we do at Barambah Organics. We encourage biodiversity, land regeneration, and promote animal welfare. We are continually exploring ways to reduce our consumption of virgin plastic. All our packaging is recyclable. We also have Full Cream Milk available in a glass bottle.
Why are organic products generally more expensive?
We don’t use fertilisers or herbicides on our pastures, which means our cows enjoy a diet rich in natural grasses, legumes and herbs. This process is central to what we do but it does mean our costs of production are higher than non-organic dairy producers.
Are your products halal certified?
Our products are not Halal certified.
Are your products kosher certified?
Our products are not Kosher certified.
Are your products suitable for vegetarians?
Our products are suitable for Vegetarians (based on the simplest definition of Vegetarian).
I bought one your products from a store and it had a defect. What should I do?
Please send a message via Facebook Messenger to Barambah Organics and we’ll be happy to assist in resolving your complaint.
How many dairy cows produce Barambah products?
We have about 1,000 cows at our 3 farms. These numbers do fluctuate as we have calves join our herds or cows die of old age.
What do the cows eat and what difference does this make?
Our cows eat all-natural products. They mainly eat grass either straight from the paddocks or silage that we store. If we have water issues through lack of rain, we feed our cows with organic grain.
How does organic farming differ to conventional farming?
We don’t use any chemicals in our farming and our cows have a lot more space than conventional farms. We also regenerate the land as it's farmed and tread carefully on it.
What impact does being organic make to your products?
They are natural, chemical-free and farmed with the most care to the environment and the cows. They have a better natural taste.
When are the calves separated from their mothers?
Each calf is different and needs to be individually assessed and monitored after birth. Some calves are completely abandoned by their mothers and human intervention is required earlier so that the calf receives its much-needed colostrum, much like human babies. The calf is not separated from its mother until it is fit and healthy.
Is Barambah Organic milk pasteurised?
Barambah Organic milk is pasteurised to remove all harmful bacteria.
What’s the difference between homogenised and non-homogenised milk and which is better for me?
Homogenisation is a mechanical process that breaks the fat molecules into smaller sizes so they can remain evenly suspended in the milk and not joined together to form a layer of fat (cream) that rises to the top. This process does not affect the quality of the milk but rather the taste as the top layer of the milk will taste creamier compared to the lower layer.
Can your milk be frozen?
Yes, milk can be frozen but:
Are your yoghurts gluten-free?
Yes, Barambah Organic yoghurts are gluten-free as no wheat or gluten products are used in their manufacture.
Is Barambah Organic yoghurt made with pasteurised milk?
Yes, Barambah Organic yoghurt is made from pasteurised milk.
Can your yoghurt be frozen?
Yes, our yoghurt can be frozen but:
Are there any by-products when manufacturing cheese?
Is your cheese suitable for freezing?
Yes, our cheese is suitable for freezing but:
Is your cheese gluten-free?
Yes, Barambah Organic cheeses are gluten-free as no wheat or gluten products are used in their manufacture.