Grass fed cow standing in a field
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Our Company

Where are the Golden Valleys located?2021-11-11T13:08:42+00:00

Dairygold head office and our main cheese plant are located within Mitchelstown, county Cork, in southern Ireland. Our co-op of around 2,700 family-run farms are located in the rich pasturelands of central southern Ireland with the Golden Valleys being created by the several mountain ranges found within our farming region. Truly a beautiful landscape.

What makes Aerabo™ so special?2021-11-11T13:08:27+00:00

The Golden Valleys is Ireland’s historic dairy region where early Kings of Munster once ruled. Formed over ancient glacial soil, this unique location is home to one of the world’s most fertile pasturelands. Our small family owned farms raise healthy happy cows, grazing sustainably on outdoor pastures with a 95% grass-fed diet. The nutrient rich grass and clover our cows graze produces milk with increased natural health benefits; Aerabo™ for everyday wellness.

When was Aerabo™ Launched?2021-11-11T13:08:11+00:00

Aerabo™ was launched in China in October 2021, positioned to leverage the benefits of grass fed milk, our naturally sourced, sustainably farmed, dairy products are offered for sale and distributed throughout China.

Who are we?2021-11-11T13:07:49+00:00

Aerabo™ is a premium brand of nutritious dairy based products using accredited Grass Fed Milk from the Dairygold Co-operative based within the gorgeous Golden Valleys of southern Ireland.

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Our Products

Is Aerabo™ packaging recyclable?2021-11-22T21:14:34+00:00


Can I order Aerabo™ products online?2022-04-21T08:58:54+00:00

Yes. Aerabo™ can be purchased online through -‘EC Storm’ ‘Musgrave’ ‘Tops’ online stores.

Where can I buy Aerabo™?2022-04-21T08:55:49+00:00

Please search ‘Aerabo’ in Tmall Global and Find Aerabo in ‘EC Storm’ ‘Musgrave’ ‘Tops’ online stores.

How many Aerabo™ products are currently available?2021-11-22T21:13:12+00:00

We currently offer a full cream milk powder product specially enriched with key vitamins. Other products will be available soon with selected nutritional benefits.

Are Aerabo™ products pasteurized?2021-11-22T21:12:50+00:00

Yes. All of the milk used in the production of our Aerabo™ products is pasteurized before being dried into a powder.

Are Aerabo™ products made from A1 or A2 milk?2021-11-22T21:12:26+00:00

Our Aerabo™ milk products are made from both A1 and A2 milk from small mixed herds grazing on open pasture within the Golden Valleys of Southern Ireland.

Where are Aerabo™ products produced?2021-11-22T21:12:03+00:00

Our Aerabo products use verified grass fed milk that is gently processed at our production facilities in Ireland. We work with selected co-manufacturers registered with Bord Bia, to produce our finished canned products for you to enjoy.

What makes Aerabo™ different?2021-11-22T21:11:33+00:00

Our Aerabo™ products are sourced from Ireland’s premier dairy region, The Golden Valleys. Independently verified, our grass fed milk credentials builds on the naturally nourishing power of dairy to offer a unique experience of healthy goodness.

What is Aerabo™?2021-11-11T13:10:06+00:00

Aerabo™ is a range of nutritional dairy products specially enriched for human health and nutrition and based on our Irish Grass Fed Milk. Consumed everyday, Aerabo™ offers a tasty and nutritious way to face the challenges of the day.

Herd of grass fed cows in a field
Picture of the rolling hills in the Golden Valley in Ireland
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How should I consume Aerabo™ Full Cream Milk Powder?2021-11-22T21:15:15+00:00

30g (3 x scoops) of Aerabo™ powder is to be mixed with 200mL of water at 40°C. This is to be stirred before consumption. Aerabo™ Full Cream Milk Powder is not intended as a food for infants under 12 months.

How should I store Aerabo™ products and how long will it last?2021-11-22T21:14:54+00:00

Aerabo™ canned product should be stored in a cool dry place, not in direct sunlight. Once opened the product should be consumed within 30 days.

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Dietary Information

Are Aerabo™ products suitable for vegetarians?2021-11-22T21:16:44+00:00

Yes, our Aerabo™ products are suitable for vegetarians.

Does Aerabo™ Full Cream Milk Powder contain gluten?2021-11-22T21:16:25+00:00

No, our Aerabo™ products do not contain any trace of gluten.

Are there lactose free options available?2021-11-22T21:16:05+00:00

We currently do not offer a lactose-free option for Aerabo™.

How many calories per serving of Aerabo™ Full Cream Milk Powder?2021-11-22T21:15:40+00:00

There are approx. 151 kcal per 30g serving of Aerabo™ Full Cream Milk Powder.

Cows grazing in a field
Farmer and his family observing grass fed cows
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Our Farms

Who is responsible for the grass-fed standard?2021-11-22T21:19:10+00:00

Bord Bia has overall responsibility for the management of the Grass Fed Standard. This includes maintenance of the internal quality management system, and inspection and certification of processors wishing to use the Grass Fed logo.

What does Bord Bia accreditation mean?2021-11-22T21:18:43+00:00

The Grass Fed Standard for Irish dairy was developed as a response to market needs and provides a way for Irish dairy processors to make a verified claim that their product has been sourced from Irish grass fed cows. Feedback from Irish dairy companies selling and finding new markets for dairy products suggests that it is no longer acceptable to just declare that a product is grass fed, the market requires evidence to support the claim.

Why do cows only consume 95% grass and clover?2021-11-22T21:18:21+00:00

Our cows spend the majority of their time grazing in outdoor pastures. The nutrient-rich grass and clover provides them with all of the nutrition they need. During the winter months, our cows are moved indoors to give them shelter. During this time indoors, our cows consume silage from grass cut over the summer months and a small amount of concentrates, which is where the other 5% comes in.

What does grass fed mean?2021-11-22T21:18:00+00:00

The term ‘Grass Fed’ for dairy products means that the diet of the cow is composed of at least 90% grass or grass forage on a fresh weight basis. The average Grass-Fed figure for a group of herds that constitute a pool of milk for primary or secondary processing must achieve an average of 95% on a fresh weight basis. (Teagasc Grass-Fed quantification model for dairy.)

What is the average herd size?2021-12-07T16:39:32+00:00


Where are the farms that produce the milk for Aerabo™ located?2021-11-22T21:17:03+00:00

Our farms, which produce the milk used to make the milk powder for Aerabo™ products are located in Ireland’s historic dairy region, known as ‘The Golden Valleys’ in the south of Ireland.

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What are our sustainability targets for 2021 and beyond?2021-11-22T21:20:11+00:00

We have established ambitious targets for 2021 and beyond, including but not limited to:

  • Zero waste to landfill in 2022.
  • Become carbon neutral at farm level by 2050
  • Support our Milk Suppliers to deliver a 40% reduction in farm-based carbon intensity by 2030
  • Define our decarbonization pathway for operations by 2022
  • Implement nature/biodiversity initiatives per site by 2022
  • Develop paperless communications with Members, Customers and Suppliers.
What does sustainability mean to us for Aerabo™ products?2021-11-22T21:19:33+00:00

Our tradition of producing milk from grass fed cows on family farms in the fertile Golden Valleys of Munster means our operations are already some of the most sustainable in the world.

Our abundance of water and rain, nutrient-rich grass and the perfect dairy farming climate allows us to produce the highest quality, and most sustainable milk, naturally.

But we don’t stop there. Sustainability is not just a policy for us – it is a culture that is engrained throughout our entire organisation. We constantly research and improve our practices, from the farm, right through the production and processing chain, to the customers.

Landscape photo of the Golden Valleys in Ireland
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