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Students Sour About Bad-Tasting Milk

NIXA, Mo. -- Nixa public schools are checking to make sure all the milk served to students is fresh.
"I tasted really sour and there were chunks in it. I couldn't finish eating."
NIXA, Mo. -- Nixa public schools are checking to make sure all the milk served to students is fresh.

Today the district served milk that some students claimed was sour.

District spokesperson Zac Rantz says the milk was not expired and anyone who had a bad container was allowed to get another one.

"I tasted really sour and there were chunks in it,” says student Callie Christiansen. “I couldn't finish eating."

Christiansen tweeted a picture of her milk poured out onto a tray.

After reports of the sour milk, Rantz says measures were taken to find out what caused the bad milk and replace it.

"We checked all the coolers, and the temperature settings, and there's no reason why the milk should have been bad at this point in time,” says Rantz. “And so we contacted Hiland Dairy and they came out already this afternoon and replaced all the white milk at the high school just as a precaution and everything is taken care of."

Rantz says the district's food service workers checked other buildings as a precaution, but the only reports of sour milk were at the high school.



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