Seoul Milk

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Seoul dairy Cooperative. (hangul: 서울우유) is a food and dairy cooperative headquartered in Seoul, Korea. Established in 1937, Seoul dairy produces milk, yogurt and beverage products. at facilities in Yangju, Yongin, Ansan and Geochang. It is the oldest and largest suppliers of dairy products in South Korea. In December 2016, Seoul Milk launched CU Big Yogurt of convenience store chain CU.[1]

Operations

  • 2,000 co-op member farmers
  • 2,000 employees

Products

  • Seoul Milk 1% MF
  • Lacto Free Milk
  • Fat Free Milk
  • MBP
  • Whole Milk
  • Banana Milk
  • Strawberry Milk
  • Chocolate Milk
  • Black bean Milk
  • Coffee Milk
  • Blueberry Milk
  • Watermelon Milk
  • Yogurt
  • Yogurt drink
  • Fruit and non-dairy Beverages
  • Ice Cream
  • popsicles
  • Cheese

See also

References

  1. ^ Herald, The Korea (2016-12-16). "[Weekender] Convenience stores' private brands hit big". Retrieved 2017-10-11. 

External links

  • Seoul Milk Homepage (in Korean)
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