Anand and Dairy Products, a company that sells organic dairy products and organic yogurt, was one of the first companies to join in the protest on Tuesday against President Donald Trump’s executive order banning entry into the United States for citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries.
The executive order, which also suspends refugee resettlement, was signed on Friday by Trump, who has also suggested that the country’s dairy products are being unfairly subsidized.
The executive order sparked widespread protests at airports and around the country, including protests at the New York Stock Exchange.
In a statement, the company said it is “deeply concerned” about the ban, but it will continue to sell its organic yogurt and milk products to the US.
Anand said the executive order was not the reason for the protest.
“The anti-diary boycott was not created by this order,” Anand told Polygon.
We are simply exercising our right to choose our food and beverages, and we hope this decision helps to create a fairer and healthier future.””
The anti diary boycott is not a protest of any political or religious beliefs.
We are simply exercising our right to choose our food and beverages, and we hope this decision helps to create a fairer and healthier future.”
The protest at the airports in New York and New Jersey was a protest against the president’s executive orders, which he signed in January.
Anandi Dairy and the rest of the company, including the New Jersey branch of Anand, had already said they would stop selling organic yogurt to customers of the Trump International Hotel and Tower.
Anand said his company’s yogurt is sold at stores nationwide, but will not be sold in stores as of Friday.
Anando told Polygon that it will offer the same organic yogurt at the Trump Tower in the future, but not at airports.
Anandi Dairy is the only company that has decided to not sell its milk to the Trump Organization.
In February, the Trump organization announced that it would not allow Anand to sell organic milk to any of its hotels in the US or Canada, and it is also not selling dairy products to any Trump properties in Mexico.
Trump is also scheduled to meet with representatives of the American Dairy Council on Tuesday.
The ADC is a trade association that represents the dairy industry.
ADC President and CEO Dan Cathy said he expects the meeting to discuss how to better align dairy production with the needs of consumers and the environment.