Zionsville-based Trader’s Point Creamery says it is dialing back its nationwide distribution footprint. In an open letter to its customers, the organic dairy farm says "over time, we have felt the tug back towards the place and production scale that fueled our vision in the early days." It is renewing its focus, the letter says, on being an Indiana and Midwest brand.
To maintain a more personal connection with its customers through farming methods that honor the land, animals and those who care for them, Trader’s Point Creamery says it must reduce its scope. Fritz Kuntz and Jane Elder Kuntz founded Trader’s Point Creamery on a 130-acre farm in Boone County in the early-2000s. In addition to the milk, yogurt and cheese produced on the state’s first USDA-certified organic dairy farm, Trader’s Point Creamery has grown to include a farmstead restaurant, dairy bar and multiple event spaces.
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