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creamery

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Agriculture
creamerycream‧e‧ry /ˈkriːməri/ noun (plural creameries) [countable] old-fashioned  TAa place where milk, butter, cream, and cheese are produced or solddairy
Examples from the Corpus
creameryThey glass bottle creamery to hold.Production of Dunlop cheese has now been commercialised in creameries and is confined almost exclusively to the islands of Arran and Islay.The local creamery refused to accept milk from the area as dust was floating in it.The sad decision to close down the creamery in Hawes means that you will not be made in the dale from now on.The truth is that despite the siting of the creamery it has probably not been made with local products for some time.
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