Origin of creamery
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Examples from the Web for creamery
Sharpe Holdings Inc.* Missouri corporation that is involved in the farming, dairy, creamery, and cheese-making industries.After Hobby Lobby, These 82 Corporations Could Drop Birth Control Coverage
June 30, 2014
Produced in the creamery adjacent to the milking parlor, Woodside Farm ice cream is more cream-sweet than sugar-sweet.The Secret to This Ice Cream: Pampered Cows
Jane & Michael Stern
May 18, 2014
As of November of last year, the Creamery stopped offering “Sandusky Blitz.”Penn State Goes Too Far in Its Purge of All Things Paterno
August 29, 2012
All the persons who contracted the fever were supplied with milk from the creamery.Rural Hygiene
Henry N. Ogden
He will never give you permission to plant a creamery there.
But, with all due respect to Colonel Carrington, we intend to have the creamery.
Lyle and several of the supporters of the creamery scheme awaited me there.
After they left the milk at the creamery they drove down to the station and got the trunk.Sunny Boy in the Country
Ramy Allison White
- an establishment where milk and cream are made into butter and cheese
- a place where dairy products are sold
- a place where milk is left to stand until the cream rises to the top
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Word Origin and History for creamery
1808, from French crémerie, from crème (see cream (n.)).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper