The Agriculture Department could be moving to ban flavored milk from school cafeterias. The USDA just closed the public comment period on changes in long-term school nutrition standards to cut down on added sugars in school lunch and breakfast programs. The agency says the aim is to "reduce exposure to added sugars and promote more nutrient-dense unflavored milk." The USDA is leaning towards limiting the amount of chocolate and strawberry milk in high schools and banning it completely in elementary and middle schools. Many of the comments remind the USDA that flavoring is the only reason some kids drink milk at all.