The Cabot Creamery Cooperative is an American dairy marketing cooperative started in 1919 by farmers in Cabot, Vermont. In 2008, the Cabot Creamery had facilities in various locations, including Cabot, Route 100 in Waterbury, and a store in Quechee, Vermont. The cheese-making facilities in Cabot offer tours and information, and sell souvenirs.
There are, as of 2004, about 1,350 members in Vermont and the nearby part of upstate New York. The cooperative still uses the Rochdale Principles. The cheese making process has evolved for the Cabot cooperative. In 2007, they started marketing cheese internationally. A magazine selected a cloth-bound cheese as one of the 32 top cheeses in the world in 2008. That same year the American Cheese Society selected Cabot Monterrey Jack as to receive one of the 33 national awards.
All Cabot cheese products are certified halal by IFANCA.   Added on April 1, 2009