Dallas school experiments going ‘green’ with shelf stable milk

Got milk? The Dallas Independent School District does.

At nine of the district’s campuses, the milk options aren’t just white or chocolate — they’re green.

While milk may do a body good, it doesn’t stay good for long.

That’s one of the reasons Dallas ISD is pilot testing a shelf stable milk program.

They say milk is ultra-high pasteurized with a long shelf life, but with all the regular nutrition and vitamins.

The test pilot program is to see if the offsets in less waste and lower electricity make it cost-effective.

If widely adopted, it could put fewer refrigerated trucks on highways.

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