WASHINGTON -- In response to recent recommendations by the Office of the Inspector General, the National Fluid Milk Processor Education Program Board here will restructure the management that oversees the Milk Mustache campaign. These changes in the program's organization follow federal accusations late last year in which government investigators claimed the milk board spent $127 million on the "milk mustache" advertising campaign without the approval of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. ...

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