UDF plans $11 million doughnut plant as Busken deal ends


Cincinnati hometown convenience store chain United Dairy Farmers is investing $11 million into a new manufacturing facility where it plans to start making its own doughnuts.

UDF filed an application with Sycamore Township's zoning commission to convert an existing office space at 7745 E. Kemper Road into a manufacturing facility that will initially make doughnuts.

"One of our key strategies is to grow our fresh food offerings, from grab and go meals to natural snacks, salads, wraps and soups,"…

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