Floral depictions of several dairy products made their debut on Monday on the California Milk Advisory Board’s 65-foot long float in the 128th Rose Parade.
Joined by an animatronic dairy cow, sculptures of milk, cheese, butter, yogurt and ice cream made with flower petals and other plant materials decorated the float, titled “Legacy of Generations” to honor generations of families that produce the nutritious food.
The parade garners millions of views every year in several countries. In 2016, 700,000 people attended the parade and nearly 70 million watched the broadcast.
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