When it comes to the milk you drink here in California, make sure it's local. Up to 20% of the milk in California grocery stores is actually produced out of state! Only the Real California Milk seal certifies that the milk you're buying is the real deal: 100% Grade A milk, sourced exclusively from dairy farms here in the Golden State. If it doesn't carry the seal, it could be coming from anywhere.

Please support our local dairy families and look for the seal. If it's not on the milk in your local grocery store, tell the store manager you want your milk certified local. Many local independent grocery stores (not listed below) also carry milk with the seal.

Research shows that consumers across the country have an affinity for California foods, from raisins and avocados and almonds to wine and cheese. More and more, consumers care where their food comes from and look for the value in California foods. We've taken our incredible success marketing California cheese and expanded it to the whole range of dairy products made with California milk. From butter to ice cream and everything in between, every time consumers see the Real California Milk seal, they know that product is made with 100% Real California Milk from one of California's more than 1,500 dairy families.

California grocery outlets where you can find local, Real California Milk with the seal:
Note: Not all brands in these stores carry the Real California Milk seal. Be sure to look for the seal.

Throughout California
7-Eleven, Chevron Food Mart, Sam's Club, Target, Walgreens, Walmart, Whole Foods, Winco Foods, Costco, CVS, Rite Aid, Sprouts

Southern California
Albertsons, CircleK, Vons, Food 4 Less, Gelson's, Ralphs, Savon, Stater Bros, Superior Grocers

Northern California
Adronico's, CVS, Lucky, Nugget, O'Brien's, PW Markets, Smart & Final, Trader Joes, Safeway, Raley's, SaveMart, Food Maxx, Lucky, Food Source

Last updated: March 28, 2013