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That this House welcomes the 11th World School Milk Day on 28 September 2011; notes that it is supported and promoted by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations and is celebrated in countries across the world; welcomes its role in promoting the social and health benefits of milk drunk by children in nursery, school and childcare settings; understands the important role that milk plays in maintaining a healthy and balanced diet for children; acknowledges that calcium and vitamins in milk benefit the development and maintenance of healthy teeth, bones and the immune system; further notes the positive impact of the nutrient content of milk on rehydration and re-energising, supporting the improvement of concentration and memory function, to assist educational performance; further welcomes the contribution made by the free nursery scheme milk to under fives and the subsidised school milk scheme to children's health and well-being; and encourages all hon. and right hon. Members to take the opportunity presented by World School Milk Day to promote the value of school and nursery milk in their constituencies.
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