Raise a glass because today is National Milk Day!
Both producers and consumers have taken to social media to share their love for milk. Check out some of our favorite posts!
Milk is a protein powerhouse ? . . . Start your day with wholesome nutritious MILK! Use it to pack in some protein, vitamins and to fuel your body. Raise a glass to #nationalmilkday ? Cheers! . . . #jnmdairy #themilkdiva #whywedairy #CADairy #undeniablydairy #drinkmoremilk #supportdairy #realcaliforniamilk #californiagrown #californiadairies #dairygood #dairy365 #dairycares #realcaliforniadairies #californiafarmsandranches #familyfarms #raiseaglass #thankafarmer
Happy NATIONAL MILK DAY!!! ? Did you know that milk is the official beverage of Pennsylvania? So happy to celebrate this morning with cookies and milk on @fox43 and @whptv talking all things PA Preferred and how Fill a Glass with Hope has been able to provide 10 million servings of milk to children in need!! #MissAmericaPA #NationalMilkDay #VisitPennsylvania #PAFS2019
I LOVE MILK ? Want to know why? • Milk has only 1 simple ingredient: milk! • Milk has 9 essential nutrients including high-quality protein, calcium and vitamin D. • 3 daily servings of milk provides the same calcium as 17 cups of kale. • Dairy as part of healthy eating patterns is linked to ⬆️bone health ⬇️ type 2 diabetes ⬇️high blood pressure • Dairy farmers play a key role in sustainable food systems • It’s affordable and delicious! In conclusion: I love milk. Almost as much as @oprah loves bread ? #nationalmilkday #ilovemilk #undeniablydairy
According to the
website National Day Calendar, National Milk Day was proposed by the International Association of Milk Inspectors who requested a resolution by Congress in 1915 to observe the day. However, no date was suggested in the request and it was never formally recognized.
The date of January 11 is believed to be when deliveries of milk in sterilized glass bottles began back in 1978, says the National Milk Producers Federation.
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