|Our milk label from a classmate's milk container.|
We thought this wasn't a big deal at first until we started to compare how much sugar is in other things we eat and drink.
We went to a popular Canadian donut restaurant that is named after a hockey player via a virtual field trip and looked up the nutritional information of the healthiest donut we could find. We found a pumpkin spice donut had 22g of sugar while the chocolate glazed donut had 20g. That means we could eat a chocolate donut and get less sugar than our so-called healthy milk.
So, who do we have to talk to in order to change the milk choices? We made a list of possible people we need to educate about the milk. We will keep you posted.