Traders Point Creamery to Launch Home Delivery

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The home delivery service was announced in conjunction with new labels for Traders Point Creamery's products. The home delivery service was announced in conjunction with new labels for Traders Point Creamery's products.
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Zionsville-based Traders Point Creamery is adding a new service for customers in central Indiana. The company, which produces organic dairy products, is launching home delivery, which will begin on Small Business Saturday.

The company says customers will be able to click the "Home Delivery" button on its website to order its various products, which include milk, yogurt and cheeses, and have them shipped directly to their home. The announcement comes following a revamp of the labels for Traders Point Creamery's products.

"The new labels include clear, legible wording, highlighting the fact that our products are organic and 100% grass-fed. With the increased demand for quick and direct delivery, this has become a growing expectation among our consumers," says Mark Vander Kooy, chief executive officer of Traders Point Creamery. "Since introducing the new labels, the company has piqued the interest of major chains and already is seeing products transferred to more visible shelf placement at current stores."

Traders Point Creamery did not provide details on the delivery range for the service.

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