The significant difference between grass-fed ghee, conventional ghee and grass-fed USDA organic ghee is based on the availability of quality claim related certifications and potential for additional benefits. Organic ghee means guaranteed purity.
Conventional ghee has no specific regulations on farming practices or ingredients used in the production process. This means there might be antibiotics, hormones, and pesticides in the milk, although the extent varies between producers.
Grass-fed ghee use milk fat from cows fed only on grass. This leads to a higher concentration of omega-3 fatty acids, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), and beta-carotene than conventional ghee. These nutrients offer potential health benefits like improved heart health and anti-inflammatory properties.
USDA organic ghee:
USDA organic ghee goes through a strict certification process ensuring:
Milkio Offers both grass-fed and USDA organic ghee. Grass-fed is similar to organic but without the certification. Milkio Organic grass-fed ghee is organic certified by BioGro, New Zealand.
You may opt for Milkio USDA organic ghee for stricter standards, & Milkio grass-fed for a more budget-friendly but healthy option.