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									Dairy.com Celebrates 10 Years of Supply Chain
Innovation
Company Helps the Industry Manage, Trade, and Move Bulk Dairy Commodities

June 02, 2010 11:23 AM Eastern Daylight Time  

PLANO, Texas--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Dairy.com, the dairy industry's leading provider of web-based
supply chain, transportation, and commodity trading solutions, commemorates 10 years of successful operations and
innovative solutions. The company’s Software as a Service (SaaS) platform helps the industry gain market visibility,
reduce costs, and improve efficiency as it manages bulk dairy commodities.

Throughout the industry, suppliers, producers, haulers, cooperatives, manufacturers, and retailers have benefited
from these Dairy.com innovations:

    l   Milk Solutions: In the dairy industry, most of a manufacturer’s cost is driven by milk supply. Dairy.com Milk
        Solutions help manage the raw milk supply chain from dispatching milk and paying producers all the way
        through receiving loads at the plant.
    l   Trading Exchange: Dairy.com created a centralized marketplace for trading cream, condensed skim, and
        milk. This specialized commodity trading exchange helps Dairy.com customers efficiently work together
        across a secure, online platform.
    l   Transportation: As a natural extension of the Trading Exchange, Dairy.com created its transportation market
        to connect businesses that need to ship bulk commodities with food-grade haulers. This provides an efficient
        and economical way to move bulk dairy commodities.

“Few technology companies have made a greater impact on the dairy industry than Dairy.com,” said Chris
Policinski, CEO at Land O'Lakes, Inc. “By creating a central, web-based hub for the industry, Dairy.com
revolutionized how the industry trades and transports bulk dairy commodities.” 

Rob Cottet, Executive Vice President of Business Development for National Dairy, added, “Dairy.com has been
very good for us. We decided to put all of our cream trading and scheduling on Dairy.com, and the results have been
a dramatic enhancement to our cream program and improved ability to deliver quality cream and service with
reduction in costs. Dairy.com helps us to better manage our dairy commodities.” 

Looking ahead, the Company will continue to enhance and extend the value of its on-demand software solutions that
provide a better way of doing business for the dairy industry.

“We’d like to extend our sincere gratitude to those customers who have worked with us over the past decade,” said
Scott Sexton, CEO of Dairy.com. “It’s an honor to be recognized by our customers as technology partner, and we’ll
continue working hard to make it easier for suppliers, haulers and manufacturers to do things more efficiently and
more profitably.” 

More information may be found at www.dairy.com/10, including a video message from Dairy.com CEO Scott
Sexton.

About Dairy.com

Dairy.com helps the dairy industry manage, trade, and move bulk dairy commodities through its Internet-based
business solutions. Recognized as the industry’s only Software as a Service (SaaS) provider, Dairy.com delivers
bulk commodity trading, raw milk management, and transportation solutions for cooperatives, processors,
manufacturers and haulers. Dairy.com has delivered cost-effective supply chain solutions to the dairy industry since
2000, and customers represent a majority of annual U.S. dairy sales.

Contacts
Dairy.com
Paul Neale, 214-360-0061 ext. 238
paul.neale@dairy.com

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