Grass fed products have been all the talk in the food industry in recent years. At first I didn't really buy into. I thought why would it matter what the cow ate. Well when I had Grass Point Farms Mild Cheddar Cheese for the first time, I discovered why it matters. Grass Point Farms (out of Wisconsin) makes their cheese from milk from cows that are grass fed. Not only does this produce a better tasting, more creamy (in my opinion) cheese, it also has increased health benefits. The cheese contains naturally occurring omega 3s and CLAs. Best of all, it's packed full of flavor and is all a mild cheddar should be.
Grass Points Farms do their best to raise their animals the proper way. They are certified pasture, which means they "meet the third party certified Grass Point Animal Compassionate and Grass Fed Program Standards, which require nutritious pasture diet without antibiotics or hormones; Animals are raised humanely in conditions that support natural animal behavior.
I have found Grass Point Farms cheese at Whole Foods stores. If you visit their website you can fill out a form to receive a coupon. Whole Foods also has it on sale from time to time for $3.99 a pound, which is a steal.