Dairy [noun]

Definition of Dairy:

producer of milk products

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Sentence/Example of Dairy:

Planet Oat, a dairy-alternative company, is the launch partner for the new OTT app, which was a deal in the high six-figure range, according to Matt Greenberg, svp of brand partnerships at Food52.

That night Myint told the crowd that one local dairy farm was receiving a $25,000 grant that could potentially take 100 tons of carbon out of the atmosphere each year.

Animal products are naturally great sources of leucine, so if you’re eating meat and dairy regularly, supplementation probably isn’t necessary unless you’re going extremely hard in the gym.

Ford talked about how technology is transforming the dairy industry—that conversation alone will change the way you think about how a farm actually operates.

Because although there’s very high demand in grocery stores, a lot of dairy is typically sold to schools and restaurants — a pair of distribution channels that Covid-19 has suddenly shut down.

Letty has just had another baby, and her dairy-maid got married and left at this busy time, and I'm sick and good for naught.

The sight of Katie passing quietly out and in to the dairy quieted him still more.

The Brie is famous for its grain and its dairy products, especially cheeses.

Cattle and swine were raised in countless numbers, the former more for draft purposes and the products of the dairy than for beef.

Is a breed that has been much sought after of late years, from their reputation for fine dairy qualities.