Peak Milk, which was celebrating World Mil Day, has taken the time to invest in students practical ways of preparing delicacies with milk. They got over 4,000 students from 10 different schools in Lagos at Lagos Television, Agidingbi.
Marketing Maneger, Peak Milk, Mrs Dolapo Otegbayi said, “We are here to talk about milk and its importance to our children.”
She also state that the objective was to inform the world on various things which can be done with mils, other than the usual. According to her, World Milk Day, which has been observed every 1st of June annually, since 2001, was established by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, in order to recognise the value and importance of milk, globally.
Otegbayi also explained that this day was created, in order to provide an opportunity, to bring some attention to the activities connected with the milk industry.
“Apart from the common ways of consuming Peak Milk, it could also be used to prepare other meals like replacing water you use in preparing wheat. Peak milk is one the cheapest sources of protein that we have around. It helps in calcium and general development of children.”
“Countries in Europe which consume milk constantly have average heights of 5.7. Kenya also is not left from countries in Africa that have benefited from the consumption of milk,” she said.