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Topic - Bill Bennett
Oakhurst Dairy, the largest milk processor in northern New England, has been sold to a national dairy farmer-owned cooperative, allowing the family-owned business to continue to operate independently while providing opportunities for growth, company officials announced Friday.
I say 'change' but nothing is going to change for us," Bill Bennett said. "It just makes a ton of sense."
The current management team remains in place and there will be no change for Oakhurst's 210 employees or the 70 independent dairy farms that supply milk, said Bill Bennett, Oakhurst chairman.