Should schools eliminate chocolate milk?

03/13/2012 | Winston-Salem Journal (N.C.)

A North Carolina school district could stop serving chocolate milk to limit the amount of sugar students consume and help curb childhood obesity. Currently, 76% of milk sold in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County is chocolate. Under new federal school nutrition standards, which the district is preparing to implement, flavored milk will be allowed as long as it is fat free. A district committee has been tasked with studying the issue.

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