What I’ve tried so far:
Milk without yield boosting hormonal injections that are otherwise used at dairy farms. Tastes delicious and very creamy - if a little too sweet (buffalo milk at least), I suspect this is because the cattle get a lot of ‘concentrate’ feed, which is usually made up of sugars. As usual isn’t certified organic afaik, but still better than nothing.
Also carry ghee and butter for sale, which I haven’t tried yet.
I ordered cow’s milk and buffalo milk. They were very efficent - milk was delivered as promised and on time. I was dissapointed that they delivered in a non-food grade plastic bags as far as I could tell (I couldn’t find any food grade markings on the bags).
The cow’s milk was was ok, and undistinguished. The bufflo milk was very watery, and both types appeared to have had the cream skimmed off.
To be reviewed:
Carry organic milk I hear, and a bunch of other whole food / organic groceries. Unfortunately their coffee is a bit dissapointing (that is the only thing I’ve had there).
Milk, butter, cheese and vegetables. Update: Now only veggies (they have apparently stopped selling milk)
Milk, butter, ghee and colostrum.
Eva Organic Farm
Milk, other produce (including mangoes!)
Cow, buffalo and goat’s milk. Side note: I haven’t tried their milk, but they claim they are USDA Organic certified, yet don’t seem to show up on the registry, so YMMV.
Sell a cow / buffalo milk mix.
Artisan Cheese Factory
Produce a selection of cheeses in Lahore and do delivery.
Mozzarella: 250g/Rs430 Halloumi: 150g/Rs300 Cream cheese: 150g/Rs250 Mascarpone: 150g/Rs350 Burrata: 100g/Rs300 Ricotta: 150g/Rs250 Feta: 100g/Rs300