Kemps buys Cass-Clay Creamery in Fargo

The Twin Cities-based company bought the dairy operation from New Ulm-based Associated Milk Producers Inc. Terms of the deal were not released. A Kemps spokeswoman told the Forum there is no plans to change the Cass-Clay brand and will continue to make milk, ice cream and yogurt, among other products.
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The Twin Cities-based company bought the dairy operation from New Ulm-based Associated Milk Producers Inc. Terms of the deal were not released. A Kemps spokeswoman told the Forum there is no plans to change the Cass-Clay brand and will continue to make milk, ice cream and yogurt, among other products.

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