Our hard goats' cheese and goats' butter will generally be on quite a long 'best before' code when in the supermarket. Both of them can, however, be frozen successfully if required. Goats' milk can also be frozen but to get the best results after defrosting, we recommend some very specific points such as freezing as quickly as possible on day of purchase. Please go to the milk page for more detailed advice.
Goats' milk yogurts are not good for freezing, mainly because the texture is unsatisfactory once defrosted.
As with all chilled dairy products, we recommend the use of chiller bags when bringing home from the supermarket, and placing in the refrigerator or freezer, at the correct temperature, as soon as you can.