"Tell me the truth about milk": Peta's MilkSucks campaign and the battle for consumer attention
For decades, consumers have been told to drink milk. Marketed as both nutritionally beneficial and even 'cool,' the "white stuff" has been touted as an essential dietary requirement for children, a bone-building boost for women and a good, all round healthy option for the fridge. So is there any truth in Peta's recent insistence that milk can do more harm than good to health? Clare Harman investigates.
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