Borden’s New Reduced-Sugar, Fat-Free Flavored Milk Formulated for Schools
Borden® Foodservice´s Reduced-Sugar Chocolate, Vanilla, and Strawberry Milks: 25% Less Sugar than Our Regular Low Fat Chocolate Milk, Yet High in Flavor and Fun
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 07, 2012
Students love chocolate milk, but most flavored milks have a lot of added sugar. That´s why the dairy experts at Borden Foodservice have developed a new Reduced-Sugar line of nutritious, fat-free flavored milks that are lower in sugar, but still pack the flavorful punch that kids love to reach for when it´s lunchtime.
Borden´s new Reduced-Sugar flavored milks are the right choice for school foodservice directors looking for meal solutions that offer the perfect balance of nutrition and flavor for their students. The milks taste great and exceed the schools´ nutritional specifications.
Borden´s Reduced-Sugar line of flavored milk is available in chocolate, strawberry and vanilla. They´re nutritiously wholesome and delicious, with nine essential nutrients crucial for kids´ healthy growth and development: calcium, protein, vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin B12, potassium, phosphorous, niacin and riboflavin. The fun, flavorful trio also contains no artificial growth hormones, preservatives or high fructose corn syrup.
“We understand that school meal decision makers are under a lot of pressure to keep costs down while still meeting government guidelines for nutrition, plus make choices that keep kids happy. Our new Reduced-Sugar flavored milks were developed with that in mind. They´re a cost effective, nutritionally beneficial choice that kids will naturally turn to at lunchtime,” explained Borden Dairy Company´s Senior Vice President — Foodservice Robert Smith.
The most common chocolate milk offering for this school year had 130 calories and 21 grams of sugar per serving. Borden´s Reduced-Sugar chocolate milk is 110 calories, with 18 grams of sugars. Borden´s chocolate milk also has five fewer grams of carbohydrates and 20 fewer milligrams of sodium per 8 ounce serving.
Although it has less sugar, the chocolate milk has an improved, more flavorful chocolate taste. When the dairy experts at Borden went back to the drawing board to create the new milk, they added more cocoa and other natural flavors to give the creamy beverage a richer chocolate flavor.
“Our new Reduced-Sugar dairy products are innovations in the world of milk and the responsible choice for school milk programs. Instead of filling up on empty-calorie sodas or power drinks, kids can enjoy the awesome flavor and optimal nutritional benefits of Borden´s Reduced-Sugar milks,” said Smith.
If milk is not consumed with lunch, it´s much more difficult for kids to meet their daily needs for calcium, vitamin D and potassium, according to MilkPEP.org, the organization of milk processors behind the famous milk mustache campaigns. Borden´s nutritious advantages combined with kids´ love for chocolate milk means they are more likely to choose a bone-building dairy option at lunchtime.
Borden is a longtime milk leader that has been taking pride in offering dairy lovers great tasting, high quality milk since 1897. The company works exclusively with dairy farmers to supply milk from cows that have not been treated with artificial growth hormones, and products are locally processed with the highest quality service and processing standards. The brand´s premium milks have a distinctively rich, creamy taste.
To learn more about Borden and the new Reduced-Sugar milk series, please contact Amy Power at 214.693.2146 or amy(at)powerpublicrelations(dot)com or visit http://bordendelivers.com/.
Borden Dairy Company, headquartered in Dallas, employs approximately 4,500 people throughout the United States who support the processing, distribution and sale of milk in local markets. The Company produces best-in-class milk products for foodservice and retail customers. Borden Dairy Company carries on the legacy of Gail Borden, Jr., who brought stability and structure to dairy farming methods, milk distribution and business practices. Today, Borden strives for the highest quality and nutrition standards just as its founder Mr. Borden did. For more information, visit http://www.bordendairy.com.
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