Drink Real Jamaican Cow's Milk.

There are a lot of drinks out there that claim to be milk, but look carefully, things aren’t always quite what they seem.
1. Real Milk comes from cows not plants. 2. Real Milk is liquid not a powder.
The Drink Real Milk campaign reminds us that there is a difference in drinking fresh cow’s milk.
It’s better for you!


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  • Real Milk Comes From Cows

    Real Milk Comes From Cows

    Real Milk Comes From Cows

    Real milk comes from our local dairy cattle. Jamaican cow’s milk is produced on local dairy farms known for their humane treatment of the animals, as well as stringent quality control measures that make sure each glass of milk produced is of the highest quality.

  • Real Milk Builds The Economy

    Real Milk Builds The Economy

    Real Milk Builds The Economy

    Every time you drink real milk, you’re supporting a local dairy farmer. The Dairy Industry provides thousands of jobs within the agricultural sector, and even more through value-added products. Buy local dairy and you’ll directly impact our economy.

  • Real Milk Is Good For You

    Real Milk Is Good For You

    Real Milk Is Good For You

    Real milk is excellent for our health. Real milk supports a healthy lifestyle as a rich source of protein, essential vitamins and minerals such as B12, Potassium and of course- Calcium! Milk has zero added sugar, so it is a particularly healthy option for children and a great substitute for sugary juices and sports drinks!

What Makes Real Milk Better?

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Better For Whose Health?

Better Brain Health

Whole milk is excellent for brain development. Real Milk is packed with protein and B-vitamins -- essential for growth of brain tissue, neurotransmitters, and enzymes.

Strong Teeth

Calcium is a key component for building strong bones, as you probably know, and milk products are loaded with it. In fact, just 1 cup of milk provides almost 300 milligrams of calcium. But that's not all; dairy products keep your teeth as healthy as your bones throughout your life. So, is milk good for your teeth? The answer is a resounding yes!

Key Energy Source

Protein serves as the best source of energy. It also helps in building and repairing your kid’s muscle tissues. Carbohydrates present in milk also supply adequate energy and prevent kids from feeling lethargic or tired.


Kids who drink real milk tend to have a lower BMI or Body Mass Index

Teens Need It Too!

While you probably encouraged your children to drink milk often when they were young, you may have stopped serving your teenager milk with meals. Contrary to many teens' desires, however, your adolescent should drink three glasses of milk per day. Milk provides protein and several nutrients and vitamins, including vitamin D and calcium, to your teen's growing body.

Lower Weight Gain

Teens who drink milk gain average less weight over time.

Lower Risk of Diabetes

43% of teens who drink milk are at a lower risk for Type 2 Diabetes as an adult.

Helps Focus

Milk is perfect for studying and concentration- it quickly rehydrates the body and brain.

Skin and Hair

Vitamins A and Niacin are great for skin and hair health! Milk provides numerous benefits to hair and nails. It also contains vitamin D, protein, and biotin, and provides further benefits from calcium. Calcium helps keeps hair and nails healthy.

Low Cholesterol

Drinking 1% milk helps lower cholesterol. Cow's milk contains potassium, which may help prevent high blood pressure (hypertension). A 1-cup serving of low fat milk has 83 calories, no saturated fat, and only 5 mg of cholesterol.


Calcium in milk helps to prevent osteoporosis. Adequate calcium intake is necessary to reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Consuming calcium and vitamin D and regular exercise are important to increase bone density and strength.

Fun Milk Facts and Tips

Let’s Get The Industry Producing 20 Million Gallons By 2020

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