Vegetarian Resource Group Glen Thompson, R-Pennsylvania and Antonio Delgado, N.Y., have introduced the Healthy Kids Whole Milk for Healthy Kids Act of 2021, which would allow flavored and unflavored whole milk in school cafeterias. The content on this site and our other publications, including the Vegetarian Journal, is not intended to provide personal health advice. According to a YouGov study commissioned this year by a vegetarian resource group, 23% of children ages 8 to 17 typically drink plant-based milk during the week. So we’re missing out on a generation of dairy lovers if kids don’t appreciate the milk they get in school. A spokesman for the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture said, “Think about how much our taste is formed in childhood, and then those habits continue into adulthood. You can’t be 100% sure about a statement, information can change, people can have different opinions, mistakes can be made.” 1996-2021 Vegetarian Resource Group, PO Box 1463, Baltimore, MD 21203 We often rely on product and ingredient information in company claims. You should seek medical advice from a qualified health care professional. Use your own judgment to determine if a product is right for you. To be sure, you should do more research or ask for confirmation yourself.