Lebanon, Ore. School Board Reverses Ban Of Chocolate Milk

Due to parental pressure, the Lebanon, Ore. school board will again allow the sale of chocolate milk in its schools, according to the Albany Democrat-Herald. The district had banned flavored milk this year as part of a menu overhaul to comply with federal school-lunch regulations. Parents argued that chocolate milk had nutritional value and that children would drink more milk if it was flavored. Full article.

 

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