I know you are thinking that we already talked about cows this week, because of Cowboys & Aliens. I like cows. I'm surprised I have so much to say about them. I'm a redhead, and we can get fired-up about needless things. So, here goes:
Are we so far removed from our food that this seems logical? The milk this ad council is trying to sell you does not need to be shaken because it is HOMOGENIZED!! It has been processed, just like almond, soy, rice, and hemp. After it is heated to kill any living organisms, then it is pressed through a sieve with tiny holes, so that every piece of milk is the same (homo) size, then they (the milk folks) add vitamin D.
Adding Vitamin D is a throw-back to the industrial revolution (over 100 years ago). People started to get vitamin deficient because the sky was dark with coal smoke, so the milk manufacturers added 'D'.
If you had a cow you, or a friend, milked 2x a day for a total of 8 gallons per day, then put that milk into the refrigerator, then you would have to shake it, if you wanted it to be all the same consistency. It might make you as mad as this woman, and if it did, I know a great therapist. Maybe milking a cow in the wee hours of the morning would be cathartic for you, if you have so much anger.
We should know where our food comes from, and how it is made. I'm not a cow-milk person, unless it comes from a cow I know, and then I can't get enough. I'm sure I was a mom's milk person, but I'd have to ask my mom.
What I do know is where my food comes from, so I am not blindly persuaded by advertising. This ad is banking on our ignorance, and is deceiving. Rice milk is just as bad/good for you as milk is. Milk is not sacred, unless you are an infant mammal. Even then, species is important for survival.
Anyway, drink what you want/can.