- The Virginia-based dairy collective Valley Pride LLC has announced plans to buy and resume production at an ice cream plant in Hagerstown, Md. that previously belonged to Unilever.
- The plant, which up until its closure a year ago produced products for the Good Humor and Breyers brands, will begin production of around 10 products in the fall for the label Shenandoah Family Farms.
- Valley Pride represents a group of 21 family farms in Virginia.
From the article:
... The company will start production with milk and approximately 10 ice cream products under the label Shenandoah Family Farms, Inman said. The ice cream line will include up to 3-gallon containers of ice cream, but will mostly be novelty ice creams, he said. ...