MILK IN SCHOOL
MAKES IT EASY
ABOUT THE SCHOOL MILK PROGRAM
Introduced in Nova Scotia in 1974 and in New Brunswick in 1988, the School Milk Program helps students purchase cold and nutritious milk at school at a reduced price.
How much does a small carton of milk cost?
Nova Scotia: as little as 40 cents
Funded in part by your local dairy farmers, dairy processors & Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture.
New Brunswick: as little as 50 cents
Funded in part by your local dairy farmers and dairy processors.
Buy milk for your child
at school today!
milk at school.
Why Buy Milk
Milk sold at school is always
fresh and cold.
It's available at
an affordable price.
It's a healthy part of
You don't need to worry about a container spilling in your child's lunch box.
Servings for Milk and Alternatives, According
to Canada's Food Guide
Did You Know?
A survey published in 2006 by Statistics Canada1 revealed that one third of Canadian children don't consume the minimum daily recommended servings of Milk Products.Source:
1. Overview of Canadians’ Eating Habits – Nutrition. Statistics Canada, 2006.
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