Dairy & Frozen
Summer is a perfect time you and your family to enjoy more dairy goodness in their daily diets. Not only do dairy foods taste good, but they are good for our health and good for our budgets. At only about 25 cents per 8 ounce glass, milk delivers nine essential nutrients, including calcium and vitamin D for strong bones and protein for healthy muscles.
In fact, the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) encourage Americans to add more low-fat and fat-free dairy foods to our diet. The new guidelines call for families to increase their intake of low-fat or fat-free milk, cheese or yogurt, with a goal of three servings every day for those nine and older.
At the heart of dairy’s goodness are dairy farm families. These families work hard every day to ensure glasses of nutritious milk can be served on thousands of tables across the state.
Dairy products are an excellent choice to bridge the nutrient gaps in your family’s diet. So add more milk, cheese and yogurt to your grocery cart, and enjoy incomparable nutrition, value and taste.
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