Because of a decision made by the province, school children are now bidding chocolate milk and juices farewell in New Brunswick public schools.

The all-time favorite drinks are being banned according to the Vancouver Courier.

A government source states that the new policy applies to any and all food sold, offered, or served in New Brunswick's public school system.

The thought behind the decision has to do with offering better foods for school children that contain less saturated fats, sodium, and sugar.

The new policy applies to lunch and breakfast programs, vending machines, snacks, fundraisers, and canteens.