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   Why This New York Dairy Ditched Cows After 92 Years And Started Making Nut Milks
by Katrina Fox, Forbes
Posted: Monday, October 23, 2017 at 3:55PM EDT

What sets successful entrepreneurs apart from the rest is the ability to recognize new trends, combined with a willingness to be flexible and adapt their business model when it’s no longer working.

So when his company Elmhurst Dairy experienced continued losses, CEO Henry Schwartz knew he had to make a drastic change.

Elmhurst Dairy was founded by Schwartz’s father and uncle in 1925 in New York, and became one of the largest dairies on the east coast, supplying a metropolitan area of seven million people.

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