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Fuel Up to Play 60 is an in-school nutrition and physical activity program launched by National Dairy Council and the NFL, in collaboration with the USDA, to help encourage today’s youth to lead healthier lives. 

Build It - chocolate milk

Chocolate milk contains the same essential nutrients as white milk with a small amount of added sugar. For athletes, it is the ideal post-workout recovery beverage. Check out our replenish grants and refuel programs.

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Learning Connection: Nutrition + Physical Activity = Improved Academic Performance. Research shows that improved nutrition, daily breakfast and increased physical activity can lead to improved academic performance.

Farm to School

Farm to School: Connect the classroom with the farm. Our farm to school program offers teachers an opportunity to schedule a presentation + virtual farm visit to help bring the farm into the classroom.

Fuel up to play 60

Since its inception, Fuel Up to Play 60 has encouraged 16 million students to be more active, 13 million students to eat healthier, and 115,000 adults to empower youth to lead the program. When students are involved with Fuel Up to Play 60, they are more likely to be active and eat healthy. You can join the movement to help kids Eat Healthy, Get Active and Make a Difference!

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Build It - chocolate milk

Chocolate Milk

Three key things to know about chocolate milk:

1. It is a great, nutritious in-school option for students – both as part of the lunch line and post-activity.

2. In partnership with the Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) and the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA), our Refuel Program provides chocolate milk to high school athletes at championship events throughout Utah & Nevada.

3. In Utah, all high schools are eligible for grant money to get chocolate milk into their athletic departments. More Info | Apply Now

Learning Connection

Health is not a competing priority to academic performance; in fact, healthy behaviors, including good nutrition and physical activity, can help students learn better. The Wellness Impact report – released in 2013 – helps school leaders and parents take action by providing a strong link between physical activity, good nutrition and improved academic achievement.

Farm to School

Bring the Farm to your Classroom! Agriculture education is key to understanding where our food comes from, recognizing the importance of healthy eating, and making the connection between the food grown in our soil to the food we see on our grocery shelves. Learn more about our farm to school program and schedule a session for your classroom.