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Closure of Dairy-Free Facility in California by Miyoko’s Creamery

Closure of Dairy-Free Facility in California by Miyoko’s Creamery dairy alternatives, Vegetarian and Vegan Food and Beverage Business
Miyoko’s Creamery, a leading US plant-based dairy manufacturer, will close its Petaluma, California facility on 1 January 2024. The company made this difficult decision as it looks to enhance production capacity and improve efficiency in response to the complex economic environment. While specific details regarding the impact on employees and the future production plans have not been disclosed, the company expresses gratitude towards the Petaluma manufacturing team and emphasizes its commitment to delivering high-quality plant-based products to customers.The Miyoko’s Creamery portfolio includes a range of plant milk butters, cheese spreads, cream cheese, and pourable mozzarella.

Stuart Kronauge assumed the role of CEO in August, succeeding Jon Blair, who held the position since February. The company had faced legal disputes with its founder, Miyoko Schinner, but these were settled in May, marking a new stage of growth for Miyoko’s Creamery.

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