Tuscan Dairy Farms

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Tuscan Dairy Farms
Subsidiary
Industry Agribusiness
Founded 1918 (99 years ago) (1918) in the United States
Founder Louis Borinsky
Headquarters Roebling, New Jersey, United States
Area served
New Jersey and the New York metropolitan area
Products Milk and other dairy products
Parent Dean Foods
Website tuscandairyfarms.com

Tuscan Dairy Farms is an American dairy company, headquartered in Roebling, New Jersey, and owned by Dean Foods.

History and operations[edit]

Founded in 1918 by Louis Borinsky, Tuscan Dairy Farms was begun as a family-run distribution operation, delivering dairy products door to door on routes throughout Union and Essex counties in New Jersey.[citation needed]

Tuscan Dairy Farms produces fluid milk and dairy by-products which are available to supermarkets, general wholesale, and food service outlets throughout the Northeastern United States.

Tuscan Dairy Farms reached internet phenomenon status on August 9, 2006, when The New York Times published an article relating to users of YTMND.com leaving humorous reviews on a gallon of "Tuscan Whole Milk" available on Amazon.com.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Zeller, Jr. Tom (August 9, 2006). "On Amazon, All of a Sudden Everyone's a Milk Critic". The New York Times. Retrieved July 9, 2016. 

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