LONGMEADOW, Mass. (WGGB) — Getting kids to drink their milk isn’t always easy, but a Longmeadow woman might have found the answer.
It’s called “Rainbow My Milk”. It’s real milk that encourages kids to experiment and try new things.
It was unveiled at a special event Friday at the Storrs Library in Longmeadow.
The colors are all natural, developed by a Longmeadow native. The milk has a vanilla-type flavor in all colors.
The milk is being produced at McCray’s Farm in South Hadley.
“It comes in three different colors, three primary colors, and children can mix the colors to create secondary colors, so it’s an educational color system, but it’s also a very appealing, fun way to drink milk for children,” explains Jean Maziarz, director of youth services for the library.
You can buy the milk at McCray’s in South Hadley and Armata’s Food Market in Longmeadow.