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A few orchards to the west, at Bayfield Apple Co., the father-and-son team of Bruce and John Hoekstra are also building a vibrant business based upon the apple -- actually, 16 varieties of apples -- pressing a line of ultra-refreshing nonpasteurized ciders (some flavored with raspberries and tart Montmorency cherries raised at the orchard) and making apple butters, apple mustards and apple jams.
Burns 'two children, ages 2 and 4, are finicky eaters and she worries they wouldn't get all of their nutrients if not for the nonpasteurized, unhomogenized milk she picks up twice monthly from Starr farmer L.D. Peeler, who delivers about 1,000 gallons of raw milk on five delivery stops, including one in Spartanburg and Gaffney, every other Wednesday.
Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and the American Medical Association - warn that nonpasteurized milk and cheese can contain listeria, a potentially deadly kind of bacteria, and other dangerous pathogens.
Chapel Hill Creamery bovines like Alessandra supply the creamy foundation for Casa dei Formaggi's raw milk cheeses, made from nonpasteurized milk and aged for at least 60 days.