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This Former Dairy Now Makes The First Commercial Peanut Milk

Elmhurst Dairy used to make milk. Now it uses just plants, and its newest product is a new kind of nut milk. When Elmhurst Dairy closed its plant in Queens in 2016, the company had been selling milk in New York City for nearly a century. But the dairy–which started with a small farm in the Elmhurst neighborhood and grew to the massive bottling plant, becoming one of the largest dairy manufacturers on the East Coast–could no longer make the economics work.
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