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Fonterra provided nearly 20 million packs of milk free to 145,000 primary school students last year as part of its Milk for Schools scheme, now in its fifth year.
New research by the University of Auckland shows that 12% more kiwi kids are meeting recommended daily dairy consumption guidelines.
Fonterra has delivered more than 50 million packs of milk to Kiwi kids since its Milk for Schools programme began – that's more than 10 million litres of milk.
Still on Fonterra, the co-op is reportedly spending $20 million a year on its much-heralded Milk for Schools scheme.
NELSON DAIRY farmer Julian Raine is bringing the country into the city, teaming up with the Fonterra Milk for Schools Programme and Victory Primary School.
FONTERRA MILK for Schools celebrates one year in Otago today (May 23).To date, 8135 school children from 100 schools across the region have participated in the programme.
THE FONTERRA Milk for Schools rollout across New Zealand is complete with 1450 schools, 170,000 Kiwi kids and their families, 10,500 Fonterra farmers, and 74 Anchor milkmen involved.
THE SHIPS have set sail to deliver nearly 5,000 Fonterra Milk for Schools milk packs to kids on the Chatham, Stewart, and Great Barrier islands.