This is the fact sheet distributed by the dairy industry, explaining the major components of the bipartisan School Milk Nutrition Act (H.R. 2407)
Despite growing public school enrollment, schools are selling fewer half-pint cartons of milk. Yet, school-aged children are not receiving the recommended daily servings of dairy in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA). The Midwest Dairy Coalition supports legislative and regulatory measures to increase school meal program participation and efforts to ensure milk plays an increasing role in childhood nutrition.
This the fact sheet distributed by the USDA regarding the National School Lunch Program.
Learn what H.R. 2407, the School Milk Nutrition Act of 2015, includes with this straight-forward section by section explanation.
Click the link above to review the actual language of the School Milk Nutrition Act (H. R. 2407) sponsored by Rep. Glenn Thompson (R-PA) and Rep. Joe Courtney (D-CT).
The above link provides access to detailed information about the USDA Child Nutrition Program, including the National School Lunch program.