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Flavored Milk Goes Back to School with Fewer Calories, Less Sugar

Aug 24, 2011

When students pick up a carton of flavored milk with their lunches this school year, the majority of the milk will have fewer than 150 calories. After more than five years of reformulations by dairy processors, fat-free and low-fat chocolate milks have 38 percent less added sugar.

Despite some high-profile debates over flavored milk, a recent study of 1,000 moms found that more than half (54 percent) would oppose a ban on chocolate milk in their schools. Read more here.

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