California Law Makes Milk or Water Default Kids’ Meal Drink
SACRAMENTO (AP) — Milk or water will be the default drink sold with kids' meals in California. A law signed Thursday by Gov. Jerry Brown doesn't ban restaurants or fast-food chains from selling soda or juice with children's meals. But it says only milk; a non-dairy milk alternative; or sparkling, still or flavored water can be handed out as default and advertised on the menu.