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At United Dairy, we supports local community events, organizations and causes. We are constantly active within several different areas throughout multiple states to help make our communities better.

It's Time for the Bedtime Drink
Prominent Sleep Expert Partners with GOT MILK? to Educate Californians about Establishing a Night time Routine for Better Sleep.

Between obligations from family and work as well as distractions from TVs, computers and smartphones, sometimes the last thing on people’s minds is sleep. According to the National Center on Sleep Disorder Research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), as much as 40 percent of the U.S. population suffers from insomnia. To learn more information about how Milk can help you get a better night's sleep and view their most recent commercials click here, www.gotmilk.com or call 1-800-MILK-ZZZ.

Breakfast at Home
United Dairy supports the importance of milk at breakfast, and we believe it is not breakfast without milk. Mornings without milk can leave you short on nutrients later in the day. You're not likely to catch up if you don't start the day off right.

Learn more about the importance of a dairy packed breakfast at www.thebreakfastproject.com. Also, find recipes, see the many faces of milk, jpin the milk conversation, upload your milk morning pictures and check out much more.

Got Chocolate Milk?
Chocolate milk has what it takes to help you recover and perform your best. That's why athletes—from the most elite to the everyday—turn to chocolate milk as part of their recovery routine. Lowfat chocolate milk has what athletes need to recover after a hard workout. It’s simple, effective and scientifically shown to help refuel your body so you can perform at your best.

Lowfat chocolate milk has 9 essential nutrients that an athlete needs, including some not typically found in recovery drinks. Turn learn more about making chocolate milk a part of your recovery routine, click here www.gotchocolatemilk.com.

Your Trick, Their Treat
Chocolate milk is a delicious and nutritious treat during a season typically known for candies and sugary beverages. Kids love it, and Mom likes giving them something sweet and guilt-free.

Experts agree that most kids need more key nutrients found in milk, and offering chocolate milk is one way to get them to drink more. Studies have shown that kids who drink flavored milk get more of the calcium they need and have better quality diets overall than those who do not drink milk.