Made In The U.S.A.


In Adventures on May 21, 2009 at 12:05 am

I’m not sure exactly which US territories constitute the domain of Oberweis dairies, but if you don’t currently live in a region serviced by one I suggest you move. Quickly.

Yesterday I visited an Oberweis dairy in West County because it was immediately next door to the location of a photo shoot. After the shoot, I stopped in.

Oberweis does milk and ice cream. They’ll even deliver it to your home.

Our tens of thousands of home delivery customers will tell you that the best and truest tasting milk comes in glass bottles. That’s the way we deliver it and we start with the very best. We purchase milk from small family-owned dairy farms. Their cows are protected and pampered in a natural, wholesome, unhurried atmosphere so they just naturally produce healthy, wholesome, great tasting milk. We gather, pasteurize, homogenize, and bottle the milk. Then your very own milkman delivers it to your door. We collect your empty bottles. They’re washed, sterilized and reused. They don’t find their way to landfills, and that contributes to the environment. The cost of our Home Delivery service is based on the products you order plus a $2.99 delivery charge per delivery.

I want home-delivered-friendly-cow-raised-small-farm-glass-bottled milk and I want it NOW!

But that’s not even the best reason to move to an area of the country serviced by an Oberweis dairy. That reason is best expressed with five simple words: Blueberry Cream Cheese Ice Cream.

I know, it sounds like it’s a bit much. And it is a bit much, but not so much much that it’s not enjoyable. And it tastes like a blueberry muffin.

Put it this way: at $7.49 per quart, it’s underpriced.

So move. Now. Be a good American. It’s your duty.



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