Q: When did Brown's Dairy start operations?
A: Brown's Dairy® boasts a history that's rich in heritage and tradition. Founded in New Orleans in 1905 as Brown's Velvet Dairy, we still use "Smooth as Velvet" to describe our delicious family of milk products.
Q: Why do Brown's Dairy products always taste so fresh?
Q: Does Brown's produce more than milk?
Q: At what temperature should I set my refrigerator to keep my Brown's milk as fresh as possible?
A: It's best to keep the temperature in your refrigerator between 33° to 38° Fahrenheit to keep your milk fresh. When the temperature of milk increases above 38° the product life begins to decrease. We recommend keeping a thermometer in your fridge, so you know you're maintaining the best temperature for your dairy products.