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December 11, 2017 / Treva Lind / Seattle Business Magazine

2017 Family Business Awards, Business Transformation: Twin Brook Creamery

A decade ago, Twin Brook Creamery stopped supplying raw commodity milk to Darigold and returned to producing dairy products sold in traditional glass bottles. In 2007, its owners started a bottling operation, which has proved pivotal. Annual sales soared past $2 million in each of the past two years. “The niche market we found … was fresh milk in glass bottles,” says co-owner Larry Stap, 63. “People tell us over and over that it’s the best milk they’ve had.” Twin Brook’s Jersey cows offer “richer, sweeter-tasting milk,” pasteurized for safety, but not homogenized. Read the full feature here. And see the digital edition of the magazine here. 

Read full article here: Seattle Business Magazine
Original URL: http://seattlebusinessmag.com/family-business/2017-family-business-awards-business-transformation-twin-brook-creamery
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