L.A. schools lift flavored milk ban

L.A. schools lift flavored milk ban

AFTER five years, children within the Los Angeles (Cal.) Unified School District will once again be able to enjoy flavored milk.

The board voted 6-1 to loosen a 2011 ban and also approved a pilot program to study the effects of reintroducing flavored milk in a small group of schools, all of which must be in a volunteer capacity.

The school district initially eliminated chocolate and strawberry milk, citing its higher sugar c

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