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    Posted February 19, 2014 by
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    From Cow to Cup to Sam's Club: An American Tale

     
    Partners since 2011, The Dannon Company and McCarty Family Farms of western Kansas are deeply committed to quality, community, environmental stewardship and animal welfare. Their most recent collaboration, Dannon Creamy lowfat yogurt, is available in three different flavors and now available in Sam's Club locations nationwide. From cow to cup, Dannon Creamy is made with milk from McCarty Family Farms in Kansas, and processed at The Dannon Company's plant in Fort Worth, Texas.

    "Dannon strives to cultivate and nurture partnerships that allow us to continuously improve our environmental and community impact," stated Art D'Elia, Vice President of Marketing, The Dannon Company. "McCarty Family Farms is a great partner and collaborator. From their farm to our consumers' tables, we are proud of the taste, quality and nutritional value of Dannon Creamy."

    "Working with Dannon is like working with family," stated fourth-generation dairy farmer Ken McCarty. "Our partnership works because we share the same commitment. And on our farm we live by three simple rules: Be honest, work hard and take care of cows. We are dairy farmers through and through and we love knowing that Dannon Creamy will be enjoyed by our friends, our family and the general public. It makes our job very rewarding."

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