Like Shawn Johnson in the USA, Beth Tweddle has joined the campaign in the UK to highlight the benefits of drinking milk. It’s similar the campaign in the USA, celebs and idols lending a hand to promote something good.
“I am very passionate about sport and living a healthy lifestyle and want to encourage young people into physical activity. I think that this campaign will achieve exactly that.“Milk has maybe been seen as a bit old fashioned by young people in the past but it’s a terrific drink for young people, particularly in sports.”
Many thanks to Lucy from the Dairy Council, The Daily Mail had the name of the campaign incorrect and Beth will not be representing the Make Mine Milk Campaign