State Senator Andy Vidak (R-Hanford) recognized the Rosa Brothers Milk Company last week as the 14th Senate District’s Small Business of the Year.
“It was an honor to recognize the Rosa Brothers Milk Company as the Small Business of the Year in the 14th Senate District,” Vidak said. “Noel and Rolland along with all of their wonderful employees have built their business in to one of the best dairies in California & I am grateful to the Rosa family for the good jobs that they provide in our community.”
Operated by brothers Rolland and Noel, Rosa Brothers Milk Company is a family-owned and operated dairy farm in the Central Valley. It prides itself on four goals:
- To provide California families with the best-tasting dairy products found anywhere in the world.
- To provide safe, pure dairy products that have not been overly processed or modified.
- To keep milk quickly flowing to local stores for maximum freshness.
- To provide a truly local product that comes through a transparent channel, allowing families to watch the milk all the way from the cow to the bottle or ice cream carton.
The California Small Business Association organizes Small Business Day each year in Sacramento. Founded in 1980, the CSBA is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit, non-partisan organization that makes its mission to provide small business with a meaningful voice in state and federal governments.
Andy presented a Senate Certificate of Recognition to Noel Rosa of the Rosa Brothers Milk Company on the floor of the Senate.