Meadow Gold Dairies of Hawaii expands operations under new leadership
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Last April, Hawaii almost lost its beloved POG and Meadow Gold brand altogether. Thankfully, a dairy farmer from the Big Island stepped in to help keep the legacy of the 124-year-old company alive.
Big Island dairy farmer Bahman Sadeghi says Meadow Gold was the company that secured his livelihood.
“It was how I raised my family,” he begins. “I couldn’t accept that a company with a legacy of 124 years of doing so much good for the community should end the way it almost did.”
Today, Meadow Gold has a new headquarters and distribution facility in Waipahu. At its facility in Hilo, Meadow Gold also continues to manufacture dairy, juices, drinks and POG.
“We are growing our team and are positioning ourselves to become a major player in building the future of food sustainability in Hawaii,” Sadeghi adds.
Meadow Gold will soon be launching a new line of plant-based beverages as well as expanding its POG brand and line of products. The company will be purchasing farmland and developing relationships with local farmers to supply its Hilo plant with the items needed to produce local products. And as always, Meadow Gold will continue to partner with the community in supporting initiatives focused on keiki, education, nutrition and health.
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