Natrel

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Natrel is a Canadian dairy co-operative based in Montreal, Quebec. Natrel was formed in 1990 as the dairy subsidiary of the Agropur agricultural cooperative, headquartered in Longueuil, Quebec. Natrel has 1,540 employees and 8 manufacturing plants in Canada; fellow Agropur subsidiary Island Farms has an additional two.

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Natrel brand names include, Fine-filtered, Ultra’Milk, Lactose Free, Calcium, Ultra'milk Calcium, Omega-3, Nutrition 24, Ultra’Cream, and Moostache; its milk is also used in products sold by Sealtest (acquired from Ault Foods), Québon, Hershey (license), and Le Petit Gaspésien.

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