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On June 20th, 2018 we opened our brand new visitor experience in Tillamook, Oregon! We’re excited to share a behind the scenes look into the grand opening ceremony.

 

 

The new Tillamook Creamery, located adjacent to our flagship manufacturing facility and headquarters, offers a significantly enhance experience for visitors including an all new menu, expanded ice cream counter, and in-depth farm exhibits.

Learn more about the new Creamery HERE and we hope to see you soon!

9 comments

Felix Rosel

Visited your creamy in 2014, great to hear you have a new location! Had a great time, your staff is superior and very knowledgeable! Plan to visit again next year....address where your located so I can Google! Thanks

July 26th, 2018 at 11:35 am

Sierra

Tillamook Team

Hi Felix,

Our new Creamery is at the exact same location as our old building was! You can find our address, hours and contact information on our website: https://www.tillamook.com/creamery/index.html

All the best,

Sierra, of the Tillamook team

July 30th, 2018 at 2:49 pm

Julie

So, I didn't get my curds in February when I visited Oregon City (freak snow storm) and am still going through serious withdrawals!! Please tell me you have no closures/maintenance scheduled for this Friday, 8/17? I will be bringing a couple, young 93 yr-olds with me and are excited to see your new visitor's center!

August 15th, 2018 at 2:47 pm

Carol Rountrer

My granddaughter was diagnosed with epilepsy at 12 years old. She has been on many medications all with side effects. She was on cannabis oil for a few months. The oil seemed to work the best without side effects until a couple of months ago. She is fourteen and a half and has had a rapid deterioration of her condition. She was admitted to pediatric icu at Dornbecher. The doctors said she inretractable epilepsy and has only strict ketogenic diet and risky brain surgery that will only help with one form of seizure if any at all. The diet has helped others with this problem. The diet is high fat and high protein with very little carbs. Everything in diet measured to one tenth of a gram. The doctors consider this as therapy and maintains blood level at specific levels. She can only eat prescribed foods in prescribed amounts. No cheating! Heavy cream is a big part of her daily intake. 32 oz containers at $5 each are found in stores and need to buy a gallon at a time. Is this possible???

August 19th, 2018 at 2:59 am

Sierra

Tillamook Team

Hi Carol,

Thanks for visiting our blog. We're so sorry to hear of your granddaughter's illness! Unfortunately, we do not sell plain cream. I'm sorry I couldn't be more help!

All the best,

Sierra, of the Tillamook team

August 20th, 2018 at 1:50 pm

Becky

I have trouble climbing stairs, so is there an elevator in this new facility?

August 24th, 2018 at 8:27 pm

Dan

I just tried your Hood River Pear yogurt, enjoyed it so I was wondering if you might be looking at an apricot flavor? Mango flavored might be interesting.

August 28th, 2018 at 9:00 am

Sierra

Tillamook Team

Hi Becky,

Thanks for stopping by our blog! Yes, we do have an elevator in our new Creamery.

All the best,

Sierra, of the Tillamook team

September 7th, 2018 at 10:10 am

Sierra

Tillamook Team

Hi Dan,

We're glad to hear you enjoyed our Hood River Pear yogurt! At the moment there are no plans for an apricot or mango flavor, but I'll certainly pass along the request to our Product Development team. Thanks for stopping by our blog!

All the best,

Sierra, of the Tillamook team

September 7th, 2018 at 10:17 am
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