Midwest Dairy Association

Retail Dietitian Toolkit

June Dairy Month Customizable Newsletter Template

Retailers can help spread the word about Dairy Makes Sense through their print or electronic newsletters, customer emails or blogs. Customize it to meet your needs and help raise awareness of dairy’s value to help drive dairy sales.

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30 Days of Dairy

It is recommended that people 9 years and older consume 3 servings of low-fat or fat-free dairy every day. However, on average, people are consuming only about 2 servings of dairy a day. Here are 30 ways to incorporate more dairy into your diet.

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Re-Think Your Drink

When it comes to nutrition, other beverage choices don’t even come close to milk. Check out how some popular beverages stack up nutritionally to milk – the nutrient power house.

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Milk: Nutrient Power House

Milk is nature’s multivitamin! See how many beans, almonds, eggs and more you’d have to eat, just to match the nutrients in one 8-ounce glass of low-fat milk.

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Dairy Foods and Nutrition Fact Sheet

Together, low-fat and fat-free milk, cheese and yogurt provide a unique package of nine essential nutrients that improve overall diet quality and promote good health.

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In-Store Sampling Guide

Creative and safe food preparation and engaging consumer displays are the keys to successful in-store sampling events.

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Dairy Makes Sense Talking Points

Dairy Makes $ense for Its Nutrition and Economic Value.

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Cheese: Health Benefits

The nutrients in cheese offer health benefits.

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