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Visit www.milk.co.uk to discover the nutritional benefits of milk and why we’ve been drinking it for thousands of years!


Did you know the nation’s favourite cheese is Cheddar?


Whether for breakfast, as a snack or for dessert- yogurt is a versatile and tasty product!


Did you know that there are over 700 named varieties of cheese in the UK alone? #Cheese


The dairy industry plays an important role in helping to feed the UK #shoutaboutdairy


Did you know there are over 700 different types of named cheeses in the UK? (And no, they’re not all called cheddar…)


UK dairy farmers play a key role in the prosperity and success of rural communities #shoutaboutdairy


The dairy industry is committed to providing tasty, world class products and playing a positive role in the economy #shoutaboutdairy


Did you know Cheddar is named after the Cheddar Gorge caves in Somerset where the cheese used to be stored to ripen?


Using dairy foods in your cooking is a great way to get key nutrients like calcium and protein into your meals.

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Milk and yogurts are a quick, cost-effective and tasty way to add important nutrients such as iodine, vitamin B2 and calcium to your daily diet


Did you know that a 150g pot of low-fat fruit yogurt is a source of calcium and provides 26% of an adult’s recommended daily calcium intake? Calcium is needed to maintain healthy bones and teeth and supports muscle function


One 150g pot of low-fat fruit yogurt provides 13% of your (adult) recommended intake for protein. Protein helps maintain healthy bones and muscle, and supports the growth of muscle mass


We are a one of the leading nations in the world when it comes to milk consumption, with milk appearing in 98% of fridges across the country. Whether it’s in a glass, in a cup of tea or in a bowl of cereal, milk remains firm household favourite in homes across the UK


One 150g pot of low-fat fruit yogurt contains 48% of an adult’s recommended daily intake of iodine. Iodine supports normal thyroid function


Survey data shows milk contributes to 35% of protein intakes for children aged 1.5-3 years of age in the UK. Protein is needed for healthy growth and development of bone in children


Just one 189ml carton of milk can provide a 7-10 year old child with 42% of their recommended daily intake of calcium. Calcium is needed for healthy growth and development of bone in children.


Just one 189ml carton of milk can provide a 7-10 year old with 53% of their recommended iodine intake. Iodine contributes to the healthy growth of children


Just one 189ml carton of milk can provide a 7-10 year old with 47% of recommended vitamin B2 intake. Vitamin B2 helps reduce tiredness and fatigue


A 200ml glass of milk, 150g pot of yogurt and 30g portion of hard cheese will provide an adult with their total recommended daily intake of calcium


A 150g pot of plain yogurt is high in phosphorus. Phosphorus contributes to the maintenance of normal bones and supports the growth and maintenance of muscle mass


20g of hard cheese provides a 4-6 year old with 26% of their recommended daily protein intake and 33% of the recommended calcium intake


Did you know that one 125g pot of low-fat fruit yogurt can provide a 4-6 year old with 39% of their recommended daily allowance of calcium?


Did you know that one 125g pot of low-fat fruit yogurt can provide a 4-6 year old with 60% of their iodine intake?


A 200ml glass of #milk provides girls aged 15-18 with 31% of their recommended #calcium intake. Calcium is needed for the maintenance of healthy bones


A 200ml glass of #milk provides girls aged 15-18 with 44% of their recommended iodine intake. Iodine contributes to a healthy, energy-yielding metabolism and normal skin


A 250ml glass of #milk provides boys aged 15-18 with 31% of their recommended phosphorus intake. Phosphorus contributes to the maintenance of healthy bones and energy-yielding metabolism


Cheese is a tasty source of protein. Protein is important for muscle development and repair of muscles.


#Milk and #dairy products are the biggest (and arguably the tastiest!) contributor of vitamin B2 and B12 to the UK diet #shoutaboutdairy


Milk is tasty, versatile and its nutrients can play an important nutritional role at all stages of life #shoutaboutdairy


Milk is high in protein. Protein is needed for normal growth and development in children


Milk is a good source of calcium. Calcium is important for healthy bones and teeth #shoutaboutdairy


Milk and yogurt are tasty sources of #iodine, which is particularly important for #women during #pregnancy. Iodine is needed for the normal development of a baby’s brain during pregnancy


Milk is a great source of Phosphorus. Phosphorus is a mineral that’s important for maintaining healthy bones and teeth. It also helps us to release energy from our food


A 200ml glass of milk provides 44% of the daily recommended iodine intake for pregnant women


Hard cheese is a great source of calcium, just one matchbox-sized piece can provide a third of an adult’s daily requirement for calcium


Milk is an excellent (and tasty!) source of protein #shoutaboutdairy


Let’s trust the #science – the nutrients in #milk play an important nutritional role for all life stages


We are a one of the leading nations in the world when it comes to milk consumption, with milk appearing in 98% of fridges across the country. Whether it’s in a glass, in a cup of tea or in a bowl of cereal, milk remains firm household favourite in homes across the UK


In the UK, milk and milk products contribute to 63% of calcium intake to the diets of 1.5-3 year olds, 47% to the diets of 4-10 year olds and 35% to the diets of 11-18 year olds


Milk is high in protein and calcium, and a source of phosphorous, all of which are important for maintaining healthy bone #shoutaboutdairy


Milk is high in protein and calcium, and a source of phosphorous, all of which are important for maintaining bone health #shoutaboutdairy


Milk and yogurt are good sources of iodine. An important nutrient for teenage girls and pregnant women