Don't know who you are, or if you have a bottle from the dairy. If you have a bottle, I certainly would like to purchase it. If you are my cousin, give me a call. This dairy, of course, was run by my grandfather on 18th St. in Chicago. Please respond to 5LouHaase@Yahoo.com. Remove the 5 from the address please. Lou
Hunding's Dairy closed in 1967. It was a family run business.
1300 E. 71st St. Chicago Il.
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This was a small dairy on the northwest side of Chicago. The deliveries were made by horse & buggy. My mother remembers them delivering when she was 10 years old, so that would be about 1936. I am not related to them, but I have a milk bottle as well. HTH. John You can contact the Polish Museum of America located in Chicago at http://pma.prcua.org/. It is likely that this museum will have old business directories that should help you find at least its location. HTH
You can go to the following website to find more information about being on a dairy free diet http://dairyfreecooking.about.com/od/dairyfreebasics/u/getstarted.htm
The first Dairy Queen Store opened in the year 1940. You can also look at the website to find out more information you require on Dairy Queen and their stores.
The Wieland Dairy and Ice Cream Factory, (in Chicago), was developed by my great grandparents, Jacob and Gottlieben (Gleich) Wieland. They came to the USA in 1889, bringing along their 7 sons,1 daughter, and Jacob's father. The Wieland Dairy was very successful, as was the Ice Cream Factory, where the "Good Humor" ice cream bar was developed. In the early 1930's the dairy was sold, for $8.5 million to "Borden", hence the name "Wieland/Borden Dairy" on all the bottles, for a period of time, (stipulated in the sale), later becoming just "Borden". The money was divided equally between the the sons and daughter. Two of the sons were against the sale, so they started CJ Wieland & Company Dairy. Not knowing whether this is a genealogy question or a question about the dairy itself, I welcome all to contact me. My father was eventuallya partner in the C.J Wieland Dairy and the chief chemist developing the formulas for the products. The Dairy was eventually sold to Hawthorn Melody in 1951. I would LOVE any photos anyone has of the dairy such as someone said they had. C.J. Wieland had an ice cream parlor and was regarded as the premium brand in Chicago. The aidry products were sold both in many markets and by home delivery.
For some reason, I thought the family came from the Oak Park-River Forest area, and in googling, I found the following in the special collections of the Chicago Public Library: Bowman Dairy Reitzel, J. A. The Flourishing Tree: A History of the Bowman Dairy, 1874-1949. Chicago, 1949. Ravenswood-Lake View Community Collection, 5/12 SU HSTCOL
The main dairy in Chicago was at Garfield Blvd. (55th Street) and the Dan Ryan Expressway It was torn down in the mid 80's and is now a shopping center.
You should really see your local dairy nutritionist for this type of information. You will never get a specific nor straight-forward answer from this site.
It could be safe to say that cows were starting to get selectively bred for dairy production before recorded history, such as before the 18th century and even 200 years before then.
The Dairy Queen corporate web site should have information on how to find specifications for the reproduction of their logo.
Go to http://cookyourselfthinrecipes.com. It has some information about wheat and dairy free diets. It's short but detailed and it even list some recipes to give you an idea of what to prep or cook.
None - a teenager (or a person of any age) can manage perfectly well without any dairy products in their diet at all. We know this because there are very many cultures (Chinese, Japanese, Pacific Island, Inuit) who have traditionally had no access to dairy products and so these do not feature at all in their national cuisines - and yet somehow they survive, century after century!
yes dairy has dairy in it
Information on what to eat healthy. Nutrition information with 5 parts: Dairy, Oils and Fats, Grains and Nuts, Fruits, Meat
My grandfather, Edward Kaveny was the general manager of the Englewood branch of Bowman Dairy in the 1920s 1930s. My husband's great-grandfather, John Klasema, worked at Bowman Dairy in Chicago for 40+ years. He delivered milk with a horse drawn wagon, I've been told, on the Miracle Mile. My Great Grandfather, August Lundsteadt,was the safety manager at the dairy in Chicago for 40 years,and retired in 1955.
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Dairy products are high in calcium and proteins and are beneficial to the growth of healthy bones. See the related link for more information.
No, they are not dairy.