World Milk Day

There is something super about milk from New Zealand.
Milk is one of the world’s most naturally nutritious superfoods in the world. But there’s something even more appealing about milk from New Zealand.

Perhaps, it has something to do with the lush green grass that our cows graze on? The rich nutrients that come from our idyllic environment? Or our natural approach to dairy farming?

Or perhaps it’s all of the above combined that makes our milky superfood even more ‘super’. So this World Milk Day, let’s celebrate how there really is something super about New Zealand milk.

 

Packed with natural nutrients and health benefits

 

35% of your daily calcium* 

Calcium is vital for healthy bones and teeth, when consumed as part of a healthy balanced diet.

*Based on 1 serve of milk, based on ANZ NRVs.

 

Vitamin B12 to support the central nervous system* 

*When consumed as part of a healthy balanced diet.

 

More calcium than 6 cups of broccoli* 

*Based on 1 serve of milk, based on ANZ NRVs.

 

Protein to help build and repair muscles and bones* 

*When consumed as part of a healthy balanced diet.

 

10+ essential nutrients

Milk contains a unique bundle of more than 10 essential nutrients, including high-quality protein, bio-available calcium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, and vitamins A, B2 and B12, carbohydrate and fat.

Milk from a natural place

New Zealand cows are 96% grass fed  

The style of pasture-based farming practiced in New Zealand is unlike farming in most of the world. 

2,000 sunshine hours 


Aotearoa New Zealand is one of the few places in the world where cows can graze on grass almost all year round and spend most of their time outside in the fresh air.

97% time outside on pasture for New Zealand cows


The style of pasture-based farming practiced in New Zealand is unlike farming in most of the world. 

Emissions efficient


New Zealand farmers are among the most emissions efficient dairy producers in the world.