A RICH HISTORY

In 1899, grocer E.A. Stuart co-founded the Pacific Coast Condensed Milk Company in Kent, WA. At that time farm-fresh milk was hard to come by. So, Stuart’s “new-fangled” evaporated milk was a way to get milk goodness to everyone.
BECOMING A TRADITION
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Sweetened Condensed Milk was introduced and was immediately incorporated into America’s baking and confectionery recipes.

60's/70's

 

CARNATION® introduces Fat Free Evaporated Milk and Low Fat 2% Evaporated Milk.

A slice of cheesecake topped with strawberry preserve, fresh strawberry slices, and mint in front of a yellow background and two strawberries falling.

80's

 

Carnation introduced its Sweetened Condensed Milk and was immediately incorporated into America’s baking and confectionery recipes.

Three squares of nut filled chocolate fudge on a blue plate against a matching blue surface.

Today

 

Our Evaporated Milk and Sweetened Condensed Milk have become an American staple enjoyed by generations. We think E. A. Stuart would be proud.