Your Dairy Week in Review (06/29-07/03)

With National Dairy Month coming to a close, and National Ice Cream Month beginning, this week was filled with dairy inspiring posts! In case you missed it, check out the social media recap below.

Monday, June 29th

We started of the week with a unique take on Mooovie Monday. We shared a great piece from our friends at the American Dairy Association Mideast that features delicious, dairy inspired snacks that go perfectly with your favorite movies. You might even say that they’re “mint” to be! You can find these recipes here.

Tuesday, June 30th

#DidYouKnow? — Dairy is good for your health AND your taste buds! National Dairy Council’s Dr. Anne Agler explains the results of new research that links eating at least two servings of dairy a day with reduced risk of high blood pressure, Type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Check out this great piece, courtesy of WDIV that we shared on Tuesday.

Wednesday, July 1st

For this week’s #BrainBreakWednesday, we shared out a fun way to practice your basketball skills while also incorporating a few fitness exercises to help you move towards the goal of being active for 60 minutes each day! Join Corey as he shows you how to create your very own fun fitness game with just a few household items. #WinnersDrinkMilk

Activity courtesy of: Core Blend Training and Wellness

Thursday, July 2nd

On Thursday, we were excited to introduce you to our new Dairy Ambassadors for the upcoming year. These five new students will use their abilities to communicate with the general public about dairy farming, dairy nutrition, and modern agricultural practices. Get to know more about them here.

Friday, July 3rd

To kick off National Ice Cream Month, and end the week on a sweet note, we shared an interesting article that discusses the difference between ice cream and gelato. Both are delicious, but did you know all of the differences between them? Check out this great piece here.

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