Dairy Products

Milk

Milk with kidsMilk packs a nutrient punch. It remains one of the best – and tastiest – ways to ensure your diet is nutritious and balanced. Only milk provides all nine essential nutrients on its own.  Learn more about milk.

 

Cheese

Different Types of Cheese
Many consumers are cheese lovers. And with hundreds of varieties of cheese available, there is an option for every palate and diet. Learn more about cheese.

 

Yogurt

Woman having yogurt for breakfast
Yogurt is doctor-recommended at every stage of life because it is low in fat and jam-packed with protein, several key vitamins and nutrients. Many yogurt products also feature probiotics or “good bacteria” that help maintain digestion and immune function.  Learn more about yogurt.

 

Whey Protein

Whey Protein
Whey is a natural component of cow’s milk and becomes a liquid byproduct from the process of making cheese. But even after serving its role with cheese, whey contributes to a healthy diet. Learn more about whey.

 

Lactose Intolerance

Lactose Intolerance MilkLactose intolerance does not mean dairy avoidance. People with lactose intolerance still need the same nutrients that dairy products provide as those who are lactose tolerant.  Learn more about lactose-free dairy products.