Omega Farms launches dairy products with omega-3s
March 13, 2006
by FoodBusinessNews.net Staff
HAYWARD, CALIF. — Omega Farms, a family owned and operated producer of dairy products, has launched a line of dairy products featuring omega-3 fatty acids. Derived from cod fish oil, the D.H.A. and E.P.A. omega-3s used by Omega Farms meet the U.S. standards for use in certified organic foods.
The products in the new line include milk, cheese, yogurt and orange juice. Each serving provides 75 mg of E.P.A. and D.H.A omega-3 fatty acids.
Select Omega Farms dairy products are initially being made available at Wild Oats and at Henry's and Gelson's in Southern California.