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Cowgirl Creamery In San Francisco Gives Back

Cowgirl Creamery has got all of your cheese needs covered. (Photo: Cowgirl Creamery)

Cowgirl Creamery has got all of your cheese needs covered. (Photo: Cowgirl Creamery)

If you’re near San Francisco, put Cowgirl Creamery on your must-visit list. Unleash your inner cowgirl while learning about tasting cheese made from the happiest cows on earth.

For a fee of $5.00, take the 60-minute guided tour (on Fridays only) and watch a live curd-making demonstration — you’ll even be able to taste every one of Cowgirl Creamery’s exceptional cheeses.

marin-organicAs delicious as it is, it’s not all about the cheese at Cowgirl Creamery. This creamery works with Marin Organic which feeds organic foods to 10,000 children in need through their School Lunch and Gleaning Program. Marin Organic collects organic gleaned foods from local farms and donates them to schools, camps and community organizations. When you purchase your favorite cheese from Cowgirl Creamery, you’ll know that you’re helping a worthy cause.

WHERE:

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Cowgirl Creamery
1 Ferry Building, #17
San Francisco, CA 94111

HOURS:

Tours are an hour long, beginning every Friday at 11:30am. Tours often sell out, so buy your tickets ahead! If the tour is sold out, you can still visit the creamery and see cheesemaking in action; they recommend Wednesday through Friday, 10am-4pm.

TICKETS: $5. Please click here to purchase tickets.

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