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Happy Valley Dairy products are made in Australia!
Happy Valley Dairy products are available for export to the world via Australian Fine Foods – australianfinefoods.com. Order online now for fast delivery to 21 countries throughout Asia and the Pacific.
Happy Valley Dairy is governed by the Australian Food Standards Code. We are also Safe Quality Food (SQF) certified and HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) certified. This offers certainty that the quality of our products is high, and they are safe to enjoy on their own or in your favourite recipes.
Absolutely! Happy Valley Dairy cheese and milk are a great source of protein and calcium, as well as vitamins A and B-12, zinc, iodine, riboflavin, potassium and more. They are also gentle on tummies and naturally safe to enjoy.
Happy Valley Dairy products provide wholesome dairy goodness for children, with essential nutrients for growing bodies such as calcium and protein.
Yes, all Happy Valley Dairy cheese and milk is naturally gluten free. Our plant and equipment do not process products with gluten containing cereals, meaning there is no risk of gluten exposure or contamination.
Yes, all Happy Valley dairy products are Halal certified by the Islamic Council of Victoria. However, not all Happy Valley dairy products are Kosher certified. Please contact us for more information.
Yes, all Happy Valley dairy products are made from the highest quality, wholesome, pasteurised milk. Pasteurisation is the process of heating up the milk to kill any bad bacteria before rapidly cooling it again. It is a legal requirement that all milk in Australia that is sold for consumption must be pasteurised.
The milk used in the Happy Valley Dairy range is sourced from contented free-ranging and grazing cows on farms in Victoria’s rich Gippsland farming region.
Long-life milk is just as nutritious as fresh milk and is also a valuable source of protein and calcium. Long-life products are simply ultra-heat treated (UHT) and sealed in sterilised packaging to give them a longer life. No additional preservatives are used in this process.
Store Happy Valley Dairy cheese in an airtight container in your fridge, at or below five degrees. Happy Valley Dairy UHT milk can be stored in the pantry until opening, then it should also be stored in your fridge at or below five degrees.
Yes, you can freeze our milk and hard cheeses, such as Cheddar, Mozzarella and Parmesan. However, freezing may affect the taste and texture of your cheese. It has a long shelf life to avoid the need for freezing.
It’s a date that tells you that a product will be at its best before this date. It doesn’t mean the food is no good after this date has passed. It just means the food is no longer at its best.
It’s a date that tells you that a product will at its best before this date. It doesn’t mean the food is no good after this date has passed. It just means the food is no longer at its best.