Midlands milk run for primaries

21st February 2003 at 00:00
TWO full-time workers have been appointed in the Midlands to ensure that local children receive their break-time milk. They are part-funded by Midlands Co-op Dairies and will work with primary schools in Birmingham, Warwickshire and Coventry to try to convince pupils to drink milk instead of less-healthy alternatives.

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