Chill Out with Cold Milk

Students prefer milk when it’s served ice cold.
Find resources, trainings, and more, to help you keep milk cold and tasting great.

Chill Out with Cold Milk Cooler Giveaway Deadline: 2/28/2025 

Ensure your students have the best tasting milk possible. Complete and submit New England Dairy’s Chill Out with Cold Milk temperature survey for a chance to win a free refrigerated milk cooler.

Surveys can be submitted online or emailed to by 11:59PM on 2/28/2025. See Official Rules for further details. 

Download Milk Temperature Survey

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Chill Out with Cold Milk Webinar

Milk tastes best when it’s icy cold. Poor flavor is the most common reason students don’t select milk with school meals and miss out on the important nutrients milk provides.  Improper storage and service temperature are factors that can affect milk taste. This 30-minute webinar will address the  declining milk consumption in youth in New England, milk’s unique nutrient package, and how it can help make up for nutritional shortfalls in the diets of students. Participants will review HACCP principals related to receiving, storing and serving cold foods like milk as well as best practices for serving great tasting milk.

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Milk Quality and Safety

Farmers work hard to provide safe, high quality milk. Hear how dairy farmer Nicole Fletcher, from Fletcher Farm in Massachusetts, manages the milk her farm produces before it gets to your school.

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