You can find FireFly cheeses all over the U.S.! Check with your local cheesemonger, at Whole Foods, or any grocery store with a large cheese counter. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, you can order right on our website.

We source local goat and cow’s milk from neighboring farms within a 30-mile radius of our creamery! The milk truck pulls up to our creamery multiple times a week, and we process all of the milk within 24 hours of arrival. We never use frozen curd.

Whey is a byproduct of all cheesemaking, and often it ends up as waste. In our case, we’re able to recycle most of it by donating the nutrient-rich liquid to local pig farmers! That way we keep the nutrients in our community and help small farmers thrive: all part of the FireFly mission.

We ship all of our orders via FedEx (2-day and overnight shipping options available) on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, using insulated sustainable, biodegradable packaging. You can view more details and our shipping policies here.

If you have any concerns, consult with your physician. However, since all of our cheeses are made from pasteurized milk, rather than raw milk, they can be generally considered safe for pregnant women.

Yes! All of our cheeses are gluten free. Gluten, along with other common allergens (other than dairy, of course), is not allowed inside of our manufacturing facility.

Yes. We use microbial vegetarian rennet and enzymes, which means that all of our cheeses are vegetarian.

Most of the goats that supply our milk are Saanen, but there are also lots of Alpines and La Mancha goats mixed in. We aren’t picky!

At the moment our creamery is closed to the public. This helps us keep our operations safe, secure, and clean! However, you’re welcome to visit our market down the street, where you can watch a live feed of the cheesemaking room during certain parts of the day and ask our staff all about the process of making cheese.