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Milk and Sport: A Healthy Legacy. Health and Wellbeing Award Programme for Scottish Schools. The Dairy Council and Youth Sport Trust: A winning team for young people. About Us. Social Media. Nutrition Information. Publications. Press Room. What's New. The Dairy Council is a non-profit making organisation which provides science based information on the role of dairy foods as part of a healthy balanced diet and lifestyle.

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