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National Milk Day

National Milk Day - This is a commemorative holiday based on when milk began being delivered in glass bottles in 1878. #MilkDay

National Milk Day – This is a commemorative holiday based on when milk began being delivered in glass bottles in 1878. #MilkDay

National Milk Day - This is a commemorative holiday based on when milk began being delivered in glass bottles in 1878. #MilkDay
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National Milk Day

Founded by International Association of Dairy and Milk Inspectors in October 1915

National Milk Day commemorates when milk began being delivered in glass bottles in 1878. Milkmen would go door-to-door bringing milk orders, and many people had a metal milk box where the bottles would be placed and kept cool. Today milk is largely purchased at the supermarket and other retailers. It remains an important component of a healthy diet.

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Milk Day is held annually on January 11.

99¢ Milk vs $2.69 Milk – Yes, two different prices for milk in two different places. These two places are two hours or less apart.
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Learn why we put out milk and cookies for Santa.

Weigel’s will only use Tennessee Produced Milk.

I also have heard on one of the Christian Radio stations I listen to, that milk sales are also on decline.

What is the price of a gallon of milk where you are?

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