A growing number of people are trying to make the case for healthy, sustainable banana milk by donating bananas to local communities and organizations that want to feed their children.
NBC News found a few interesting stories in the field, but also some surprising ones.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced that it will no longer sell banana milk to U.N. employees and diplomats.
This decision has led many people to consider using other sources of protein, such as chicken, chicken breast, fish, pork, and eggs.
Some people are also trying to find substitutes for animal protein.
According to the U.K.-based Natural News Network, there is some research showing that animal protein can actually help your body break down fats.
So you can make your own homemade protein powder and add it to your milk.
But most people are still looking for alternatives.
The FDA has announced it will not regulate the sale of dairy-free milk products.
It also announced it plans to review its labeling requirements for dairy-based products.
And it will allow companies to sell milk-free yogurt and other dairy products if the products are certified organic.
But it seems like there’s still a lot of room for people to make a change.
“I have had many conversations with parents who have given up milk as a way to avoid dairy,” said Laura Condon, who lives in Boston and has two daughters, ages 3 and 8.
“They just want to try something new.
They want to be able to get more nutrition from the milk than they would have had otherwise.”The U