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Milk supplies continue to flow into area schools despite abrupt dairy plant closing

8:07 AM, Jan. 8, 2013
Paul Cunningham, owner of Shreiner's restaurant, takes a bowl of cottage cheese off a refrigerated shelf. The popular Fond du Lac eatery has used Golden Guernsey products for years prior to the plant's unexpected closing over the weekend.
Paul Cunningham, owner of Shreiner's restaurant, takes a bowl of cottage cheese off a refrigerated shelf. The popular Fond du Lac eatery has used Golden Guernsey products for years prior to the plant's unexpected closing over the weekend.
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Students in four area school districts had their milk Monday morning despite the sudden closing over the weekend of the Golden Guernsey dairy plant that supplies dairy products to school districts, restaurants and grocers all over the state.

Richard Dembski, food service director for the Mayville School District had enough milk from Golden Guernsey to last until Wednesday when milk hauler Mapleton Dairy delivers its next shipment with the Kemps brand of milk.

"I found out about this at 5 in the morning on Monday, but Lynn Hiemke of Mapleton assured us it would be seamless," Dembski said. ...

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