Wolf Axelrod began delivering sour cream, sweet cream, pot cheese and farmers cheese from a horse and wagon.
Wolf Axelrod retired, and his son Abraham Axelrod, took over the business.
A branch office opened in Freeport, NY.
The Axelrod family sold the business to a subsidiary of National Dairy Products (now known as Kraft Foods, Inc.). Abraham Axelrod continued as general manager.
Abraham Axelrod re-started his own business.
The first Axelrod labeled packaged product -- pint-sized plain yogurt -- was in local markets.
Abraham Axelrod sold his family business to Crowley Foods, Inc. He retired at the end of that year, succeeded by his son, Herbert, who became president and CEO.
Herbert Axelrod retired, ending the Axelrod's family involvement in the company.
Axelrod celebrates 100 years of Dairy production.
Axelrod Foods, Inc. becomes a division of Crowley Foods, Inc.