Dallas school experiments going ‘green’ with shelf stable milk
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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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