Select schools in Virginia's Fairfax County and Washington, D.C., plan to introduce a reformulated chocolate-milk drink that is lower in fat and does not use high-fructose corn syrup after the beverage was banned from lunch programs because of criticism from health advocates. The new formulation got nods from some former critics, but other experts and nutritionists said the change in sweeteners will have little effect if the calorie content of the beverage is the same.

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