Davisco Foods International is a privately-held, family-owned business with an aggressive, entrepreneurial vision. Three generations of confident, risk-taking expansion have made us a leader in the dairy industry. We are a company committed to technical advancement, customer service, and superior quality. Consistent, energetic leadership combined with the work ethic of accomplished employee teams and state-of-the-art facilities have led us to unsurpassed technical achievements in food science
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Davisco Foods is a family-owned International cheese and food ingredient company headquartered in Le Sueur, MN. Founded in 1943 by Stanley Davis, with his purchase of the St. Peter Creamery, Davisco is managed by Stanley's son President Mark Davis, and his four sons, Marty, Mitch, Matt and Jon. The Davis family owns cheese companies in Le Sueur, MN, Jerome, ID and Lake Norden, SD in addition to food ingredient companies in Le Sueur and Nicollet, MN, Lake Norden, SD and Jerome, ID. Davisco has sales offices in Minneapolis, Mexico City, Geneva, Shanghai and world wide partners in Middle East, Japan and Africa.
Davisco produces 370 million lbs. of cheese annually and is one of the largest suppliers of cheese to Kraft Foods. Davisco prides itself in its support of local communities by providing jobs and buying milk from regional farmers. Meticulous about quality control and excellent customer service, Davisco has made it a mission to lead the industry in food technology by producing innovative proteins for health and nutrition.
A pioneer in whey protein isolate research, Davisco produces 10 million lbs. of whey protein isolates annually. Davisco is the industry leader in technology and production, accounting for 65% of whey protein isolates sold worldwide. Whey protein isolates are found in 50% of grocery products today, including sports drinks, reduced fat candies, low fat salad dressings, infant formula, yogurts, dips, shelf-stable baking mixes, and low fat cheese sauces.