McDairy products are on the rise in the United States, as are other retail chains.
The industry has also begun to attract new, younger, affluent customers, and consumers increasingly seek out online stores to save on groceries and gas.
McD Dairy has long enjoyed a foothold in the U.S. market.
The chain began as a small dairy cooperative in 1878, and it has grown to include more than 1,000 dairy farms and farms in 20 states.
Now the company operates more than 300 stores in 30 countries.
The company is now expanding its presence in Canada, and the company is currently recruiting for a new location in Los Angeles.
“We’re looking to build on the success we’ve had in Canada,” CEO John McElroy said in a statement on Friday.
The store will open in downtown Los Angeles on Feb. 11, with the first two days of business on March 11.”
In addition, we’re also expanding our product offerings across our stores and online, so we’re excited to see where this new growth in our business leads us.”
The store will open in downtown Los Angeles on Feb. 11, with the first two days of business on March 11.