Pennsylvania Sisters Want To Change The Dialogue Around Dairy With Their New Brand

Siblings Stephanie and Hayley Painter want to bring their fourth-generation family-run organic dairy to consumers across the US with their recently launched brand aptly named, Painterland Sisters, featuring organic skyr-style yogurt.

Stephanie, a Millennial, and Hayley, a Gen Z, these two hope to change up how farming is seen in America and help bridge that gap between consumer and grower/maker. Having grown up in Pennsylvania on the 5000-acre family farm, they knew they wanted a connection back to the land, but were not always clear on what that career trajectory would like. Stephanie Painter, the older of the two sisters, says that she made a deal with

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