A major dairy producer collapsed — now it's making nut milks and business is booming

Signal of change / A major dairy producer collapsed — now it's making nut milks and business is booming

By Jacqueline Culleton / 27 Apr 2017

A major dairy producer collapsed - now it's making nut milks and business is booming

When New York City's Elmhurst Dairy opened in 1925, founders Max and Arthur Schwartz hand-bottled milk from 200 cows. They then delivered the bottles, which sat in containers of ice, in a truck throughout the city. Over the next few decades, Elmhurst became one of the biggest dairy companies in NYC.



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