The chocolate milk at West Frederick Middle School apparently didn’t taste so good last week.

That’s because some of the chocolate milk sold in the school’s cafeteria contained “flush water,” the solution that the processor is required to use when changing from one type of milk product to another. The solution is not harmful, but the milk containing it was not supposed to be distributed.

According to news reports, somehow, the warning tags designed to keep the product from being distributed were lost.

No students were sickened, and the incident remains under investigation.

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Source: Frederick News Post