Borden Dairy has roots that go all the way back to 1857. Unfortunately, the company fell on hard times and Borden divested itself of its various divisions, brands, and businesses. KKR shuttered Borden’s food products operations in 2001 and divested all its other Borden operations in 2005. Borden dairy brands are currently used by Borden Dairy Company for milk and by the Dairy Farmers of America for cheese.
This information is for the Borden Dairy Company which produces milk products.
Borden Milk Products’ items are available in the following U.S. states: Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, Texas, and Ohio.
The Borden name is well known across America, as well as their logo and mascot, which is an animated cow named Elsie.
On January 5, 2020, Borden Dairy Company and sixteen affiliated companies filed Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in the District of Delaware. The company spokesperson said that there would be a reorganization of debt and not a selling off of equipment, farms, or other liquidations.
Headquarters for Borden Dairy Company are located in Dallas, Texas.