Along the lines of my post yesterday on chocolate milk.....
So let's say you've got a plate of "protein, calcium and other nutrients" ready to go for your kid on the run.
Would you still think serving it to them would be a good idea if just before you handed it to them you poured on 9.75 teaspoons of sugar?
Guessing you've put 2 and 9.75 together - every bottle of Carnation Breakfast Essentials Rich Chocolate Milk contains 9.75 teaspoons of sugar. That's more sugar drop per drop than Coca-Cola!
What do you think?
[Just for fun, did a bit of math. If you gave your kid one of these a day for a year, they'd consume just over 31 pounds of breakfast sugar, just over half a 5lb bag a month]