The new chocolate milk and chocolate chunk cookies are the next step in the development of a healthier diet, according to a new study from the University of York.
The study, published in the journal Science, used data from the National Health Service’s National Diet and Nutrition Survey, which asked more than 13,000 people about their eating habits.
The survey has been used to study the relationship between nutrition and health for more than 60 years, but the researchers say they found the data to be more reliable when analyzed by country.
In addition, the researchers found that chocolate milk is the most popular type of chocolate, followed by chunk cookies and chocolate milk.
A sample of 12 million people in the UK were surveyed.
A majority of those surveyed, about 80% of those aged 18 to 59, were white.
White respondents ate more chocolate milk than the other ethnic groups and had higher consumption of chocolates and chunk cookies.
A quarter of the people surveyed also said they had used chocolate milk or chunk cookies at least once a day.
More than half of the survey participants had used some form of chocolate before, but only one in five of them said they used it frequently.
The researchers also found that people with a lower socioeconomic status were more likely to say they drank chocolate milk at least weekly.