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§ 48.28 Nutritional Requirements for Beverages; Camper Access to Vending Machines.
   (a)   Sugary Drinks. Except as provided in subdivision (c) and (d), permittees must not serve campers beverages that contain more than ten (10) calories per eight (8) ounces or beverages that are sweetened with sugar or another caloric sweetener including, but not limited to, high fructose corn syrup, sucrose, and honey.
   (b)   Additives. Beverages that permittees provide to campers must not contain caffeine, artificial sweeteners, or non-nutritive sweeteners including, but not limited to, stevia and erythritol.
   (c)   Milk. Except when permitted by federal law, milk that permittees provide to campers must be unflavored, unsweetened milk with 1% or less milk-fat, unless milk with a higher fat content is medically required for an individual child as documented by the child's medical provider.
   (d)   100% Juice. Except when permitted by federal law, permittees must not provide more than one portion of juice to campers daily, and such portion must not contain more than six (6) ounces and must consist of 100% fruit or vegetable juice.
   (e)   Water. Potable water to which no artificial or natural sweetener has been added must be made available and be easily accessible to campers at all times, including at meals and snacks.
   (f)   Vending machines. Wherever feasible and practicable, permittees must restrict access to food and beverage vending machines in child-accessible areas of the camp during camp hours of operation, and must prohibit campers from using food and beverage vending machines during camp hours and on camp trips.