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Many think they outgrow milk, but milk isn’t just a childhood drink that makes kids “big and strong” or one that can be eliminated from diets when parents stop caring. Schools are a crucial part of educating children in a variety of capacities, specifically their nutrition. But some school districts are working to remove or already have removed chocolate- and strawberry-flavored milks. That’s utterly (get it?) insane.

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