Retail Dietitian Toolkit
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Dairy Makes Sense
Explore the many reasons – from nutrition to recipes to the people behind the product – why Dairy Makes Sense for you and your family.
June Dairy Month
Where good comes from
June is Dairy Month – making it a perfect time to celebrate dairy farmers’ commitment to producing real, fresh and natural dairy foods that help to feed our nation. One of the greatest challenges of the next generation will be providing nutritious, affordable food to a growing population – while using fewer resources. Dairy is part of the solution. Not only are dairy products, like milk, cheese and yogurt, nutrient-rich, they are also being produced using fewer resources helping to foster healthy people, healthy communities and a healthy planet. We’re excited to share our June Dairy Month resources for you to use in your own recognition of the observance.
Packed with calcium, protein, vitamins and minerals – dairy offers more nutritional bang for your buck.
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There are 51,000 dairy farms in the United States. The Midwest is home to more than 9,100 dairy farm families.
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Dairy farm families and companies are working together to achieve our voluntary goal to reduce milk’s carbon footprint by 25% by 2020 as part of an industry-wide sustainability initiative.
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June Dairy Month Highlights
Dairy foods make sense when it comes to nutritional and economic value. Bank on the basics when you select nutrient-rich dairy foods such as milk, cheese or yogurt as these foods deliver incomparable nutrition, value and taste.Download PDF
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June Dairy Month Recipes
We guarantee you'll go bananas over this scrumptious smoothie with a mix of milk, bananas and caramel sauce.
Make these warm cornmeal doughnuts for a delicious breakfast everyone will enjoy. Serve alongside a mixture of yogurt and honey for dipping.
This earthy summer dip is delicious when paired with carrots or veggies of your choice for dipping.
Sip on a cool and refreshing pineapple mint smoothie on a hot summer day.
A light and refreshingly crunchy salad coated in lemon yogurt dressing.
Cool off on a hot, humid day with a sweet raspberry-strawberry smoothie.
This delicious spread packs a flavorful punch of sweet and salty. Try it with your favorite crackers or vegetables.
Transform your spuds by using muffin tins for these baked potato cupcakes.
Try this cool garlic cucumber dip on a warm afternoon with pita chips, crackers or veggies to refresh your taste buds.