Celebrate National Dairy Month
To celebrate National Dairy Month, we're sharing every which-way we love our dairy products, all while raising money for our local community. From breakfast to dinner, dairy plays an important role in our everyday diets, providing essential nutrients that our bodies crave. Learn more about the benefits of dairy, plus why Cub has the freshest milk in town.
*excludes organic milk.
When You Buy Milk, We Give Back
For the entire month of June, we are donating 10¢ for every gallon-sized Kemps milk purchased (excluding organic) to local food banks which provide essential care to those in our community dealing with food insecurity. Come celebrate with us, knowing you're helping your neighbors while also getting the freshest milk in town!
Freshest Milk in Town
Here at Cub, we strive to provide the freshest milk in town. We promise that when you buy one of our dairy products, you're getting at least seven days of freshness. Plus, there are just up to 48 hours between the time our milk leaves the farm until it ends up on our shelves, so you know you're getting the best. We're proud to support our local dairy industry not just in June, but every month in the year. Don't settle for anything less than the freshest—stop by your Cub store today.
Coffee creamer goes with...
Summer is (unofficially) iced coffee season, and there's nothing quite like grabbing a refreshing cold brew with a friend on a hot day. Save your money when you skip the coffeehouse by becoming your own in-house barista. Chobani creamer will instantly make iced coffee creamy and add a touch of sweetness. To make at-home cold brew, mix 1/2 cup of coarse coffee grounds with 3-4 cups of water, stir, then cover and let sit overnight in the fridge. The next morning, strain out the grounds, add some creamer, grab your best buddy and enjoy.
Did You Know?
On average, Americans consume about two servings of dairy a day. Adding just one more serving of dairy would help fill the average American’s nutrient gap.
The average dairy cow produces anywhere from 6 to 8 gallons of milk per day, or about 125 glasses. The average dairy cow produces more than 2,000 gallons of milk every year.
Believe it or not, most people usually live within 100 miles or less from a local dairy farm, which means the milk you enjoy every day is fresh and local. A win-win!
Did you know that cheese is great for your teeth? Research shows that eating cheese right after a meal or as a snack helps reduce tooth decay.
You’re not the only one who can get into a steady groove listening to your favorite playlist. Researchers have found that many cows tend to produce more milk when classical music is played.
Good news for athletes! Chocolate milk contains an optimal ratio of carbohydrates-to-proteins making it ideal to refuel tired muscles. Chocolate milk is almost twice as effective as commercial sports drinks.