You can trust Gay Lea Butter. After all, it’s made with only one ingredient – cream. Pure and preservative-free, it’s a delicious addition to the food you make. Use it when you cook, bake, or fry, or spread it over crunchy vegetables.
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Gay Lea Foundation partners with Ontario Association of Food Banks to address immediate need in food bank community
When Kelly Brisson started her blog “The Gouda Life” in 2007, she says she had no idea she’d still be doing it 10 years later. The site was originally designed as a repository for recipes she found online, back in the days before Pinterest. In 2009, she overhauled it and started creating original content.
The Gay Lea Dairy Museum celebrated co-operatives and honoured late Liberal Member of Parliament Mauril Bélanger this weekend with an eponymous building at the site of a planned Co-operative Education Centre (CEC) in Aylmer, Ontario.
Our story began in 1958 when a group of farmers came together with a common vision – to better the lives of Ontario farmers. Here’s how we have kept our heritage as the second largest dairy co-operative in Canada.
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Dinner Starts Here is a new social media presence hosted by young farmer-leaders from many aspects of Canadian farming.