About

About

 

Kalona Organics was formed in 2005 and is based out of Kalona, Iowa. Our mission is to develop brands that expand markets in the natural/organic food community.

 

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History

History

 

Bill Evans and his wife, and six children, moved to Kalona, Iowa where they put down roots and became part of a community that is largely comprised of Amish and Mennonite farmers.

 

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Approach

Approach

 

Our flexible sales and marketing approach is the perfect fit for entrepreneurial start-ups looking to grow their sales in the natural products industry.

 

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Developing brands that expand markets in the natural/organic food community.

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Grass-Fed Dairy Farms: Good for the Environment

Grass-Fed Dairy Farms: Good for the Environment

Posted by Administrator on Sep 19, 2016

One of the most wonderful scenes in Kalona, Iowa, is the sight of dairy cows grazing on beautiful green pastures. Kalona is home to many Amish organic dairy farms, so these picturesque views are a common site. On these farms, the cows eat a significant portion of...

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Kalona SuperNatural Introduces French Vanilla and English Toffee Half & Half

Kalona SuperNatural Introduces French Vanilla and English Toffee Half & Half

Posted by Administrator on Sep 1, 2016

Kalona SuperNatural in excited to introduce two new flavors of organic Kalona SuperNatural half & half, French Vanilla and English Toffee! They work with small, sustainable family farms to provide delicious, certified organic half & half from pasture-grazed cows. The fresh cream and milk are gently processed so we can deliver your half & half in the most natural state possible. All you have to do is shake well and enjoy with your coffee!

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Pasteurization: The Basics

Pasteurization: The Basics

Posted by Administrator on Jul 13, 2016

The practice of using heat to extend the life of food dates to the Middle Ages, when wine and beer were heated to prevent them from souring.  Thus, when Louis Pasteur developed the process of pasteurization in 1864, his goal was to lengthen the life of his favorite...

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