Cool Earth Creamery
City: Missoula , MT,
About Us

Now more than ever, consumers are thinking about their food choices and the impact these choices have on their health, their community, and the environment. That means more and more people are turning to plant-based foods in their search for a healthier, more sustainable existence.

In order to help spur the growth of a local plant-based food industry, Cool Earth Creamery built the infrastructure to turn locally grown, organic crops into delicious, nutritious plant-based milks right here in Montana. Our goal is not just to produce the highest quality, locally sourced plant-based milks. Our hope is to ignite a movement that supports other local Montana businesses as they launch their plant-based products. Imagine going to an ice cream store and being able to order a plant-based scoop that's delicious and is good for the local economy and the earth!

Cool Earth Creamery helps businesses by providing them our base product in bulk and at wholesale rates. Cool Earth Creamery is available to work with food manufacturers, bakeries, coffee shops, and others in crafting recipes uniquely tailored to their needs.
Cool Earth Creamery is committed to buying organic products as the base for our plant-based milk products. Organic production has multiple benefits, not only for our bodies and health, but for the environment, the soil and our community.

Organic practices help build the microbial content of soil, ensuring nutrient dense food and supporting biodiversity. Organics keep toxins out of our soils, drinking water, and air, creating a more healthy environment for our community.

Instead of wasting energy, resources, time, and dollars generating single-use containers or shipping product thousands of miles for consumption elsewhere, Cool Earth Creamery focuses on producing the highest quality plant-based milk products for local consumers. What we don't spend on needless packaging and transportation we instead spend on paying employees livable wages, and farmers competitive prices for their crops.