Cass-Clay

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Cass-Clay or Cass-Clay Creamery is a creamery headquartered in Fargo, North Dakota. It was founded in 1934 in neighboring Moorhead, Minnesota.

Present day headquarters are at 200 20th St North in Fargo.

History[edit]

  • 1935 Cass-Clay Cooperative Creamery opened first plant in Moorhead Minnesota
  • 1941 Moved into new building which made bottled milk and ice cream
  • 1952 First creamery to use the Winger process to produce canned whole milk, ships milk to U.S. Troops, Alaska, Hawaii, Panama, and South America
  • 1956 Replaced glass bottles with paper cartons
  • 1957 Moved to Fargo, ND
  • 1963 Makes chocolate milk for vending machines
  • 1968-1981 Buys several North Dakota and Minnesota dairies and creameries
  • 1985 Introduces Calci-Skim milk
  • 1989 Opens distribution center in Williston, North Dakota
  • 1999-2000 Remodeled Fargo plant
  • 2007 Acquired by Associated Milk Producers Inc.
  • 2012 Purchased by Kemps LLC

Products[edit]

  • Milk
  • Cream
  • Butter
  • Sour cream
  • Cottage cheese
  • Ice cream
  • Yogurt
  • Juice
  • Dips

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