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Partnering with Children’s Hunger Alliance and Ohio Action for Healthy Kids to improve child nutrition.
Milk – whether white or flavored – plays a vital role in helping Americans, especially kids, meet their nutrient needs!
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In terms of quality, safety and nutrition, there’s no difference between organic and regular milk. The difference is how they are produced on the farm.
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