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Nov 11, 2001 | 10:57 1 why is it we can no longer purchase chocolate milk made from homoginized, it is always 2%? Reply With Quote
Nov 15, 2001 | 22:10 2 Hershey and others sell squeeze bottles of chocolate to add to "full strength" milk, maybe it is easier to buy the bottle than to resurrect the non-diet milk :-) Reply With Quote
Dec 12, 2001 | 11:19 3 Oh for the love of chocolate milk!! The industry has moved to 2% or lower fat values in response to the consumer demand for lower fat. The growth in chocolate milk sales in Atlantic Canada has been significant in the last couple of years. In NB the increase has slowed but it has been in double digits for several years (10-12% annually) in NS. Much of the increase has resulted from the dairies targeting the at home market for chocolate. Research tells us if its in the fridge people (kids and adults alike) will drink it. In fact they tell us they guzzle it!
As an adult I still really enjoy chocolate milk, and especially when I feel like I am running on empty, it fixes me right up!! Drink up, everyone! Reply With Quote