Nutrition Facts

A Source of Thirteen Essential Nutrients


Dairy is a scientifically proven powerhouse food. One glass of milk contains at least 10% of your daily value of thirteen essential nutrients – some up to 50%!

*Source: USDA FoodData Central online at Mean values calculated from database entries across all fat levels of plain vitamin D-fortified fluid milk in Legacy, Foundation, and Survey (FNDDS) data sources.


Protein helps build and maintain lean muscle. Dairy includes two types of high-quality protein, with all the essential amino acids, which are the building blocks of life.

16% daily value per glass



Vitamin A promotes healthy eyes, skin and immune system.

15% daily value per glass

Vitamin A


Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) helps convert food into energy and plays a vital role in the development of the central nervous system.

35% daily value per glass

Vitamin B2



Vitamin B3 (Niacin) helps your body’s enzymes function normally by converting food into energy.

10% daily value per glass

Vitamin B3



Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) helps your body use carbohydrates, fat and protein for fuel.

20% daily value per glass

Vitamin B5

(Pantothenic Acid)


Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) helps build red blood cells and maintain the central nervous system.

50% daily value per glass

Vitamin B12



Vitamin D helps your body absorb calcium to maintain strong bones and teeth. Studies also show that vitamin D is important for fighting depression and Seasonal Affective Disorder.

15% daily value per glass

Vitamin D

Minerals / Electrolytes

Calcium builds and maintains strong bones and teeth, helping reduce your risk of osteoporosis later in life. It also helps promote normal blood pressure.

25% daily value per glass


Minerals / Electrolytes

Phosphorus works with calcium and vitamin D to your keep bones strong. It also helps your body use and store energy.

20% daily value per glass


Milk is the top food source for calcium, potassium and vitamin D, three nutrients most Americans are lacking.