New federal school nutrition guidelines could reduce students' consumption of milk, according to the International Dairy Foods Association. The guidelines, supported by the association, prevent schools from serving milk other than fat-free or low-fat plain milk and fat-free flavored milk. "Eliminating low-fat flavored milks, which kids like, and still allowing a wide variety a la carte beverages like juice beverages, sports drinks and soda at schools will reduce milk consumption," said Connie Tipton, IDFA president and CEO.

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