The Trump administration announced it will ease Obama-era school lunch rules.
Under a program championed by Michelle Obama, public schools instituted strict nutritional standards.
Trump's Department of Agriculture said that, effective next summer, kid-favorite chocolate milk will return to the cafeteria.
Additionally, whole grain requirements and sodium limits will be relaxed.
"Fox & Friends" reported that, under the now-sunsetting Obama plan, many students have elected to toss their less-appetizing meals.
The eased rules take effect July 2018.
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