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help us bring the choice of Whole Milk back to schools

Join us in advocating for a positive change in the nutritional options available to our children in schools. It's time to challenge the restrictive federal policies that limit the milk choices for our students. Currently, the government mandates only fat-free and 1% low-fat milk in schools and daycares for children over 2 years of age, excluding whole milk as an option.

We believe in empowering parents, students, and educators to make informed decisions about their dietary choices based on scientific evidence, rather than rigid regulations. The Whole Milk for Healthy Kids Act, represented by H.R. 1147 and S. 1957 in the House and Senate respectively, is a crucial step towards restoring the rightful choice of whole milk in schools.

To make a difference, we urge you to take action today. Contact your local representatives and express your support for H.R. 1147 and S. 1957. Let them know that you believe in the importance of providing children with a range of milk options, including whole milk, to meet their nutritional needs.

Additionally, reach out to your local School Boards and encourage them to consider Resolutions supporting the inclusion of whole milk as a choice in schools. It's essential that our education institutions recognize the significance of diverse milk options for the overall health and well-being of our students.

Our children and grandchildren are relying on us to shape a future where they have the freedom to make healthy choices. Let's unite in bringing science, truth, and freedom to federal nutrition policies, ensuring that our schools provide the best possible options for the growth and development of the next generation. Together, we can make a lasting impact on the nutritional landscape of our schools and create a healthier environment for our children.

S. 1957 Senate Map