Get ready to dive into a galaxy far, far away because Star Wars Day (May 4th) is just around the corner! But why wait? You can kick off the festivities early with a sip of Star Wars milk, brought to you through a collaboration between LucasFilm and TrooMoo, a brand under the Dairy Farmers of America umbrella.

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This blue-hued milk, once exclusive to the Star Wars "Galaxy's Edge" in Disney theme parks, is now within reach of anyone with a debit card and a motor vehicle om Connecticut. Available in half-gallon sizes, you can find it resting in the dairy section of select retailers in most major markets. Plus, for those who prefer the convenience of delivery, it's also on DoorDash. But hurry, this vanilla-flavored, low-fat delight will only be around while supplies last, with availability extending through July.

Connecticut residents, rejoice! NBC CT reports that the Force has landed at Stew Leonard's, your local milk destination. Sporting the Star Wars branding, this TruMoo milk boasts a tempting vanilla flavor. Priced at $2.99 for a half gallon of the 1% low-fat variety, it's a steal for fans eager to indulge. Stew Leonard's locations in Danbury, Newington, and Norwalk are ready to satisfy your Star Wars cravings.

Excited by the news, we reached out to Stew Leonard's in Danbury to confirm availability. Thankfully, a nice lady assured us that it's in stock and likely not to vanish anytime soon. So, grab your lightsaber and head over to experience the force of Star Wars milk before it disappears! I take that back, don't bring weapons of any kind to Stew's. Just be a grown-up that is actively buying milk that is blue and has a loose association with Star Wars. Confirmation call below.


If this is not a shameless money grab, I don't know what it. 

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