High-Quality Guaranteed

CAPRISS cooperates with the largest broker of goat milk in North America, ODGC (Ontario Dairy Goat Co-operative), the farmer-owned and operated co-operative. The goat milk is proudly produced by farm families in Ontario and Québec. The University of Guelph's laboratory tests the milk weekly. Test results are posted online or are available by calling the ODGC office. ODGC rewards farmers producing high-quality goat milk with great financial incentives.

Enhances Digestion and Nutrient Absorption

Compared to traditional cow milk, goat milk boasts smaller fat molecules and a more homogeneous mixture of fat. This unique composition provides lipases with a greater surface area-to-volume ratio, enhancing digestive action for optimal nutrient absorption. 

Lactose Intolerant-Friendly

The lower levels of lactose in goat milk than in cow milk make it easier to digest for those with lactose sensitivity. Since lactose sensitivity can vary among individuals, it is important to seek advice from a medical professional before making any dietary modifications. 

Reduces Cholesterol Levels

Goat milk contains less cholesterol than cow's milk, making it a healthier option for individuals concerned about their cholesterol levels. Research suggests that goat milk may help inhibit the deposition of cholesterol in arteries and aid in the dissolution of cholesterol in gallstones, providing potential benefits for cardiovascular and gallbladder health. 

A2 β-casein

Goat milk contain A2 β-casein as the major component of the casein fraction. On the other hand, cow milk contains  A1 β -caseins as the major casein fraction component, which is a known cause of hypersensitivity reactions.

Rich in Oligosaccharides

Goat milk is a rich source of oligosaccharides, containing higher levels than any other domesticated animal. These oligosaccharides function as prebiotics, immune modulator, and pathogen inhibitors and have been shown to improve gut barrier function. 


Goat milk's low glycemic index (GI) of 24 makes it an excellent dairy option for those with diabetic concerns, as it has less impact on blood sugar levels than other milk types. 

Superior Source for Multi-Minerals and Vitamins

Goat milk provides more essential minerals per 100g than cow milk, namely calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, and chloride. Calcium is crucial for developing and maintaining strong bones and teeth, while phosphorus helps remove waste and repair damaged tissues. Magnesium plays a vital role in hundreds of biochemical reactions in the human body, and potassium regulates the heartbeat, muscle, and nerve function. Chloride creates specific channels in cell membranes, aiding in various vital functions. The high levels of β-casein in goat milk can be converted into vitamin A, which supports cell growth, immune function, fetal development, and vision.