Quality Dairy is a chain of convenience stores in Mid-Michigan that specialize in selling products made within the state. With headquarters in Lansing, Michigan, Quality Dairy currently oversees 31 stores — all but two locations have beer and wine and 15 of the locations have liquor. Eight locations have gasoline and six locations have laundromats.
Quality Dairy has operated since 1936. In 1958 the company's owners were listed as Samuel and Tom Frame.
In 1993 or 1994 the company petitioned the Michigan Department of Agriculture to eliminate size restrictions on milk containers so that the company could sell milk in "bonus pack" in non-standard sizes.
In 2001 Quality Dairy announced that sales of single-serving milk containers in plastic bottles had increased following the addition of a pop-up straw (manufactured by the PopStraw Co., Roseville, Michigan) to the package.
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