Study: What happens when schools ban chocolate milk?
from The Blaze
Schools might want to think twice before banning chocolate and other flavored milk from their cafeterias, according to a new study. “Students take 10 percent less milk, waste 29 percent more and may even stop eating school meals,” if chocolate milk is not offered as an option, said Andrew Hanks, who conducted the pilot study with colleagues at the Cornell Food and Brand Lab.
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