It’s no secret that organic milk is often less expensive than conventional milk, but that’s only because farmers can’t charge a premium for it.
Now, a company that makes organic milk products and is based in Kansas City is offering a special deal on a special website to make the distinction between the two terms even clearer.
In fact, the website offers an option to see how much cheaper organic milk would be if you paid a premium.
This special website is only available for a limited time and only to consumers in the United States.
If you want to take advantage of the offer, you’ll need to log in to the website to see the prices for your own region.
Here’s how to sign up:The site offers a special coupon code for $5 off organic milk in your area and will be available through July 30.
The coupon code is only valid for orders placed through the July 30 deadline, and the company is offering up to $5 of savings off each order.
The coupon code can be used for one order, or it can be combined with any other coupon code to save $5.
If the coupon code doesn’t work out, you can just buy the milk on the website and the $5 credit will apply.
It’s unclear how much this offer will actually save consumers, but the offer has garnered some attention on Twitter.
The site, which was created by The Organic Consumer Association, is the brainchild of Mike Hager, an associate professor of marketing at Kansas City State University.
Hager is also the president of the nonprofit Organic Consumers Association, which has worked with farmers to improve the quality of their milk.
In an interview with NBC News, Hager explained why this offer was so important to the organic community.
He said the dairy industry needs to educate consumers about the difference.
“The reason why we’re doing this is because we think the public has a really bad understanding of how much organic is, and we think it’s a problem,” he said.
“There are a lot of people out there who don’t know that the dairy product that we make is organic.
We are the only dairy company in the world that does that.
So we’re really doing this to get the public educated on that.”
For consumers, this is a good opportunity to understand the difference in cost and quality of organic milk, and to see if there is an incentive for farmers to make more organic milk.
It will be interesting to see what happens when farmers use this special coupon to buy more organic.