There is no such thing as a chocolate or strawberry cow; however, most kids rarely drink plain white milk. Although milk is a great nutritional source, flavored milk contains extra calories from added sugar and additives. The argument is that kids will drink more milk if it is flavored; however, is this an equal trade-off to ensure that children get these essential vitamins and minerals? Flavored chocolate milk at McDonalds contains nonfat milk, sugar, fructose, cocoa, cocoa (processed with alkali), natural flavor, salt, carrageenan, vitamin A palmitate, and vitamin D3.
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