Friday, November 17, 2017
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1209 Quadra Street Victoria British Columbia Canada
250-995-2253

Sloan Valley Dairies Ltd. is a Canadian-based dairy commodities trading house founded in 2004 to provide dairy commodities to our international clientele. While we are not the largest trading house in the field, we strive to be the best. Our clientele of both suppliers and customers has grown rapidly since inception and we are proud of our growth and reputation. Sloan Valley continues in its expansion with its trade – both import and export – of milk powders and dairy -based ingredients to Mexico, Central and South America, Africa, Asia and Europe. Sloan Valley’s mission is to make the value chain towards end-users, of which we are a part, even better. To manufacturers and other suppliers of dairy products, we expand their market penetration via our global network of buyers and help them to maximize their sale price and profitability. To purchasers of dairy commodities, we help them realize their vision through our world–wide network of suppliers – and thus help promote their businesses. For many of these end-users, we provide a variety of products at competitive prices and with superior service.
1716 Hidden Creek Court St. Louis Missouri USA
800-877-9556 / 314-821-4456

T.C. Jacoby & Co. serves several thousand customers, from small, proprietary firms to international food production giants. As the only company in the U.S.A. to distribute dairy products on such a broad scale, the firm provides customers with the expertise they require, no matter what the size, to best serve their needs.
2008 South Hardy Drive Tempe Arizona USA
480-966-7211

United Dairymen of Arizona is an agricultural milk marketing cooperative incorporated in 1960. Our founding, a merger of two dairy associations, ensured a stable market for dairy producers and an adequate supply of fresh milk and dairy products of the highest possible quality for consumers. UDA membership consists of approximately 90 producers, averaging 1200 head per dairy, representing approximately 90% of the milk in the state. UDA's modern manufacturing facility in Tempe operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and produces high, medium and low heat nonfat dry milk (including vitamin fortified products), MPC, cream, butter, skim milk, condensed skim milk and lactose powder. We provide product for a cheese manufacturer on-site. UDA's plant can process 10 million pounds of milk per day, and regularly acts as a balancing plant for other processors in the region. UDA is also the largest supervised kosher milk facility in the country, capable of producing over 1000 metric tons of kosher powder within two weeks. UDA is among the few remaining full service dairy co-ops in the country. We offer our members installation, emergency repair, preventive maintenance, and transportation services along with chemical, equipment and pharmaceutical supplies.
3911 Mt Lehman Rd Abbotsford British Columbia Canada
800-665-3447 / 613-756-1203

Vitalus produces milk protein concentrates, isolates and other modified milk ingredients with excellent nutritional profiles in our leading edge ultra-filtration facilities. We continually work to identify and refine new technology to meet the needs of our customers.
3040 West Wisconsin Avenue Appleton Wicsonsin USA
800-236-3565 / 920-734-9924

Headquartered in Appleton, Wis., WOW is a nationally recognized leader in the third-party logistics (3PL) industry. As an expert in storing and handling food-grade products, WOW is the only 3PL in the U.S. that has all refrigerated warehouses audited by ASI at the food processor level and consistently scored above 90 percent. WOW’s leadership position also carries into Trade Financing. The company is one of the world’s largest private financers of dairy products and has extended the program into paper and other inventory items. WOW maintains a total of 6 million square feet of warehouse space, including 22 million cubic feet of refrigerated area, throughout 20 locations in two states. It also offers build-to-suit options, transportation management, and a variety of value-added services.
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