Seven Stars Farm, Kimberton, PA – 15.6 Miles

Seven StarsSeven Stars Farm is a 420 acre certified Biodynamic dairy farm in northern Chester County, Pa. Using the milk from Jersey and Jersey crossed cows, the farm has been making high-quality yogurt since 1987. Using Biodynamic practices, they strive to be a self-sustaining mixed livestock farm to enhance the health of the farm itself and its products. Their cows receive the majority of their diet directly from pasture and are kept in a clean, comfortable environment where they are free to move about as seasonably permissible. Live cultures and organic ingredients like maple syrup and vanilla extract are the only additions to the un-homogenized, pasteurized milk used to make their yogurt.

Kimberton Whole Foods Seven Stars FarmSeven Stars Farm is especially important to Kimberton Whole Foods. Our founder, Terry Brett, started the yogurt program there in order to utilize all the milk produced by their herd, and his wife Pat opened a farm stand where they could sell the yogurt. That farm stand grew to become the original Kimberton Whole Foods store. Walking distance from our first store location in Kimberton, Seven Stars Farm now makes five flavors yogurt that we are proud to offer in our stores: Whole Milk Plain, Maple, Vanilla, and Lemon, as well as Low Fat Plain and Low Fat Maple.

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6 thoughts on “Seven Stars Farm, Kimberton, PA – 15.6 Miles

  1. Their Maple Yogurt is perfect. Only subtly sweetened with maple syrup. It’s real food and eating it makes me feel good. Thanks, Seven Stars!

  2. What a stellar story!
    Wondering if Seven Stars makes 24h yogurt for people with gut health issues or on the SCD diet?
    Blessings and deep gratitude!

    • Hello, thanks so much for reaching out! We checked in with Seven Stars Farm, and here’s what they said: “We incubate our yogurt for 6 – 10 hours depending. For someone who wants to continue that process to get the 24 hours – turn on oven light and put quart of yogurt in front of light for 24 hours and Boom! You have 24 hour incubated yogurt.” Hope this helps! -Emily at KWF

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