Goats.

hAPPY GOATS

Camosciata delle Alpi

Named so, due to their uncanny resemblance to Chamois, the camosciata goat is tawny in colour with varying brown shades boasting a striking black stripe along the length of their spine with matching black boots.
 
Originating from the Swiss Alpine goat, they produce well both in the mountains and plain, with a good endurance of both hot and cold climates.

They are a great milk producer, naturally high in protein and fat, ideal for the production of our products. 

They love living at BioBruni knowing that they are the glory of the farm as the whole dairy process begins with them! 

Organic passion.

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We love goats & their milk too

We believe in artisanal produce.  With milk direct from our happy goats to our on-site dairy lab. Our team prepare and pack by hand, ensuring attention to quality and every detail which make our products truly unique.

 It is our promise that every product from milk, yogurt, kefir, cheese and butter are produced here on the same farm where our goats graze the fields.

 

Our milk is processed daily to guarantee freshness, bringing only the best taste for our loyal customers to enjoy.

If you would like to know more about our products and where to find them 

contact us

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Why choose goat's milk?

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BioBruni awarded by Gambero Rosso for the best goat yogurt in Italy

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Compared to cow's milk, goat's milk has a higher content of calories and fats (4% against 3.5% of high quality cow's milk), but of "good" fats, including the precious CLA (acids conjugated linoleics), with anticarcinogenic action, and short and medium chain fatty acids, with a less negative impact on cholesterol; moreover, the much smaller fat globules make it more digestible and bioavailable from a nutritional point of view.

 

Always compared to cow's milk, goat's milk has more calcium and phosphorus, and has a slightly higher content of proteins, but of a different nature and with a lower presence of a casein, alpha s1 casein, which often generates intestinal irritation. and allergic reactions. For this reason goat milk and its derivatives are a valid alternative to cow's milk products.

"Their whole goat's milk yogurt (with added probiotics) is a genuine and highly successful expression of laudable intentions and good practices. Bright ivory color. Smooth and supple texture. Great balance between acidity and sweetness. Its fresh, lively and clean aromatic profile proves even more multifaceted in the mouth, where sweet, acidic, youthful lactic notes are accompanied by fruity sensations, hints of hay and pasture."

"I believe I was born to protect nature, 

I hold it within my heart. 

I can only work and 

live this way" 

- Osvaldo Bruni -

 
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The Future

What's next for BioBruni

We have a great passion for what we do here at BioBruni. We are embarking on a challenge to create a sustainable future by combining honoured past traditions and implementing modern farming and production to the mix. Using our current experiences, Sam has completed many successful years within esteemed UK food businesses with the last being YeoValley Farm, the leading yogurt manufacturer in England; and Lisa carries a portfolio of International business experience as well as consulting within the sustainability sector.

 

“Our ambition is to grow a sustainable business for the years ahead, not just for us, but for the generations to come. We hope BioBruni will be an example of how an organic farm can make a difference in modern society, an example for others to follow”.

- Samuele Bruni -