For generations, Creamland™ Dairy has been one of New Mexico's favorite dairies. The production facility on Albuquerque's Second Street got that name in 1937 when local farmers bought the plant formerly owned by the Albuquerque Dairy Association. Ever since, families of New Mexico have opened their homes to Creamland's rich and creamy dairy products.
Indeed, a bottle of fresh Creamland milk delivered to your doorstep back then tasted delicious. Over the next 50 years, Creamland expanded beyond local milk delivery, adding cultured products, and of course, our famous sour cream dips. Airabelle is the community-adored Creamland cow — a fan favorite who still makes an appearance at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta each year. When you see Airabelle it is a reminder of all the delicious Creamland Dairy products you love.
Today, Creamland is owned by a cooperative of dedicated farmers. These farm families honor the Creamland legacy by sharing the simple pleasures of milk from their farms. You can taste their passion in every sip and spoonful.