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Gary Sanders moves the truck to load it in preparation for overnight milk delivery. Sanders is the home delivery supervisor for Central Dairy.

Gary Sanders moves the truck to load it in preparation for overnight milk delivery. Sanders is the home delivery supervisor for Central Dairy. Photo by Julie Smith.

For Central Dairy, milk delivery is far from a practice of the past.

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Instead, it’s considered a “long-standing tradition in Jefferson City,” according to Shannon Mahoney, the company’s operation and sales manager.

The service, which covers about 600 houses in the immediate area over two routes, is not a substantial portion of the company’s profits, Mahoney said.

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