GREENWICH, Conn. -- A new milk beverage aimed at kids has been picked up by Wal-Mart for nationwide distribution to its supercenters. Called Smilk and created by a company with the same name, based here, the drink is already making its mark in Midwestern dairy cases, accompanied by aggressive television, radio and print advertising campaigns. It is a fruit-flavored milk beverage currently in supermarkets such as Farmer Jack, Kroger, Felpausch, Family Fare and Great Day Foods, according to ...

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