Ewald Bros. Dairy

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For nearly 100 years, the Ewald family has been associated with delivering the "world's finest milk" to families of Minneapolis and surrounding suburbs. In 1886, the 16-year-old Chris Ewald, who had recently emigrated from Denmark with his widowed mother and siblings, secured a position on a milk route to help pay his family's expenses. Chris eventually purchased the milk route, which is now marked as the beginning of the dairy. Ewald Bros. grew by continuous expansion on the merits of quality dairy products, customer service, and loyalty, eventually becoming the largest home-delivery dairy operation in Minneapolis. With nearly 300 employees, Ewald Bros. quickly became one of the city's largest employers. Formerly located in North Minneapolis, the company was well recognized for its large two-story creamery covering two city blocks and its bright-yellow milk trucks.
ISBN: 9781467126847
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Minnesota
Series: Images of America
Images: 217
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
William D. Ewald was raised in Golden Valley, Minnesota, the home of the Ewald Bros. Dairy. William has bachelor's degrees in management and marketing. He is among the foremost authorities on the history of the dairy business in Minnesota, often speaking at historical societies. Images for this work were compiled primarily from family albums and company archives, in addition to contributions from the families of employees and residents.
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