The Washington Dairy Products Commission provided the following definition for flavored milk in their article "Defining the Dairy Case," published on their website (accessed Mar. 12, 2007):

“Flavored milk (fat-free, 1% lowfat, 2% reduced fat, whole-milk) is milk to which flavoring such as cocoa or cocoa powder, strawberry or vanilla extract and a sweetener have been added. Variety of flavors include chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, banana, cappuccino and coffee.”

Mar. 12, 2007