Camels don’t give much milk, but what they do give is precious. They only give milk when they have a baby, and lactation lasts from 10 months to over a year. They have long pregnancies and it’s not easy to raise them, so even if the U.S. learns more about camel breeding, we’re grateful to have what we do. Dairy camels (cows) produce around 5 to 6 liters a day (imagine three 2-litre bottles of soda). It takes a whole farm, lots of fodder and pasture, veterinary care and human hands to care for and milk these ladies. If you saw how much work and expense went into it, you’d be surprised it wasn’t more expensive. Since many of our customers are parents, we won’t charge more than we think is reasonable.

Shipping to Canada is expensive because of its vast geography and low population density, which hinders economies of scale. Canada Post, the main shipping provider, is mandated to offer universal service, including in remote areas, at uniform rates. This obligation, combined with the challenge of serving a large country with a dispersed population, significantly increases shipping costs compared to regions such as the USA, where a higher population density facilitates more cost-effective shipping.

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Yes! This product is not intended to cure or diagnose any disease. If you are considering camel milk as a natural remedy, please consult your local physician and alternative health care practitioner before introducing a new food into your children’s diet.

Camel milk is not kosher according to Jewish law. The requirement of Jewish law is that an animal must have a cloven foot and ruminate; camels don’t have cloven feet. Both criteria must be met for an animal to be considered kosher. However, a rabbi may honor exceptions to this rule when there are health problems. Contact your local rabbi for more information.

Yes, camel milk is halal

Our milk comes from Desert Farms. They work with Amish and other family farms nationwide. Each bottle is processed, bottled and packaged on the farm to ensure that the delicate camel milk is not exposed to contamination. Our camel milk is not and will never be shipped to a third-party subcontractor for bottling. We try to limit the number of people handling your products to guarantee freshness and purity.

Once you receive your order, fresh milk has an expiry date of 2 weeks if kept refrigerated. However, during these 2 weeks, you can freeze the milk at any time. Frozen milk can be kept in the freezer for up to 6 months. Once thawed or defrosted, it is best to consume within 3 to 5 days. It’s not uncommon for camel milk to last more than 2 weeks in the fridge, although it may taste a little sour, but that doesn’t mean it’s expired. The only way to tell if your milk has expired is by its smell. Each time you receive the milk you want to “use” or “freeze”, milk within 2 weeks.

No, we ship to Canada and the United States only.

No, but we work with family farmers who have been leaders in ” organic ” farming since the very beginning, before all the certifications were put in place. If you’d like to see the Certified Organic label on our bottles, give us a call or send us an e-mail. With greater demand for this, we’ll be happy to make the investment.

Send us an e-mail at info@cameliboost.com. Let us know which distributors supply you, and we can work out the details.

Our products are manufactured in a factory that processes camel milk.

The beauty of camel milk is that it’s naturally homogenized, so good that we skip this physical process and supply camel milk in its original form. The creamy white substance is probably butterfat and we like to drink it. And while you may see a little separation in the occasional bottle of camel milk, this is just a natural occurrence and doesn’t change the drinkability of the milk. Just shake it.

We do not homogenize Caméli-Boost camel milk because we believe that milk should be processed as little as possible and consumed in its most natural state. Homogenization, which is not necessary for food safety reasons, destroys the sweet, creamy taste of fresh milk and alters its molecular structure.

Our camel milk is EXCELLENT for cooking – the best part is that you can use exactly the same amount of camel milk in cooking and baking recipes as cow’s milk.

Our camel milk won’t curdle in your coffee; in fact, it’s become the milk of choice in some of Dubai’s best cafés, so you should go ahead and steam it too!

Once you’ve received your order, you can store your fresh milk for up to 2 weeks in the refrigerator, or freeze it for up to 6 months. Once defrosted or thawed, it is best to consume your milk within 3 to 5 days. If you receive your milk frozen, the best way to defrost or thaw it is to place it in the refrigerator overnight, or you can place it in a bowl of warm water and let it sit for a few hours. Once the milk has thawed, it’s perfectly normal for the fat to separate, so just shake and drink.

Yes, camel milk must be refrigerated at less than 40 degrees Fahrenheit before and after opening to preserve the best quality and taste.

We don’t put expiration dates on our raw milk simply because raw milk doesn’t really expire, it ferments on its own and turns sour, which is how the Bedouins drink it. However, if you wish to consume the products before they turn sour, you must do so within 2 weeks of receiving your parcel. We only label expiration dates for pasteurized milk, because once milk is pasteurized, it no longer has the bacteria to enable fermentation. The best way to tell if milk has expired is to smell it. Sour milk doesn’t mean it’s expired. If it smells bad, you should throw it away.

We make every effort to ensure that Caméli-Boost products are free from wheat, gluten, rye, barley and malt. While it’s virtually impossible to be certain that every bottle is 100% gluten-free, we are the only camel company to be certified gluten-free and third-party approved, which means that not only are our products gluten-free, but also our entire facility and operations, as we have a very strict recall in place IF contamination were to occur, rest assured that our milking parlour follows a very strict guideline to ensure that no gluten or grain comes into contact with any of our products.

Yes, refreezing is completely safe and ok. Sometimes, when you order frozen milk, you may receive it partially defrosted, don’t worry, this is perfectly fine, just put it back in the freezer or fridge to defrost. Although freezing doesn’t change the nutritional values of the milk, it will in fact preserve it, however, it could change the texture of the milk due to the separation of the fat globules, just shake and drink.