Cow's milk stronger option for children

Cow's milk stronger option for children

Health organizations and large body of research affirm dairy foods as important source of calcium and vitamin D.

RECENT publications from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and Canadian researchers confirm that dairy foods not only supply essential nutrients for healthy growth in children but also are an excellent source of calcium and vitamin D, which are necessary for strong bones.

"Children are our greatest national resource. It is critical to ensure a nutritious and sustainable food system that allows our future generations to grow and flourish. The

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