School districts debate bans on flavored milk

08/25/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Some school districts are banning chocolate milk from school cafeterias in an attempt to make school lunches healthier. Officials in Washington, D.C., replaced it with low-fat white milk, and flavored milk is banned in Berkeley, Calif. In Florida, officials are considering a ban. However, some officials say that the only way to persuade students to drink milk is to offer a flavored option.

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