February 1962
New Yorker;2/3/1962, Vol. 37 Issue 51, p20
This article reports on the milk supply issues addressed by U.S. President John F. Kennedy at the National Conference on Milk and Nutrition. According to President Kennedy, as a result of people's perception between cholesterol and milk, two or three billion pounds of dairy products have remained unsold during 1961. Effects of the President's speech on local milk companies are presented.


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