Given that just one out of 10 Americans consumes the recommended three servings of dairy a day, milk industry leaders are looking for ways to increase consumption of milk and dairy products both through school lunches as well as through nutrition assistance programs.
In recent years, fluid milk consumption has continued to decline in schools due, in part, to restrictions on the types of milk that can be provided, Jim Mulhern, president and chief executive officer of the National
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