How Cheese Is Made At AMPI

Produced in the heart of cheese country, AMPI's award-winning cheese is internationally recognized. American-style cheeses are made at six dairy farmer-owned plants in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. At our Hoven, S.D., facility, veteran cheesemakers produce Hard Italian cheeses. Our offerings include a variety of flavors and cuts for foodservice and retail customers, detailed below.

How do we make great cheese? Take a look!

Where Butter Comes From

Owned by dairy farmers, AMPI brings nature's food to your table. We believe what we're made of is as important as the products we make. At AMPI, we're genuine by nature. Take a look to see and hear what we mean, and learn more about the butter-making process at AMPI.

About Associated Milk Producers Inc.

AMPI is headquartered in New Ulm, Minn., and owned by dairy farm families from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota. AMPI members market nearly 6 billion pounds of milk, resulting in $2 billion in sales.

AMPI owns 10 Midwest-based manufacturing plants where 10 percent of the nation’s American-type cheese, butter and
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Claimed Profile
Headquarters
315 N Broadway
New Ulm, MN 56073
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Employees
1,001 to 5,000
Industry
Links
Associated Milk Producers Inc. website