This was once the largest employer in Pickerington and the largest butter maker in the state. From 1900 to 1919, it operated under various names. A.J. Good took over in 1919, naming it the Pickerington Creamery. In 1921 a fire destroyed the plant, and a new building was built. The building you see today is what is left after 3 building expansions and another fire in 1977. The creamery business was sold in 1972. The Good family still owns the property and renovated the building making way for new businesses. Old photos and artifacts are on display in the lobby.

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