I was wondering...

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Boo_Radley21
8/14/10 10:06:30PM
Can you guys get milk in bags in the states or just jugs? Is it only Canada that does bags?
mrsmiley
8/14/10 10:51:18PM
My school cafeteria used to serve milk in bags but I have never noticed it anywhere else in the states. I'm sure some sort of food service does provide it in bags state side. Possibly Gordons or Sysco.
But I have never seen the average grocery store sell it in bags.
Wand_is_GOD
8/14/10 10:56:58PM
bags of milk at school :D
postman
8/14/10 11:07:19PM
I have never heard of this Bags of Wine are awesome
Twenty20Dollars
8/14/10 11:49:53PM



wtf bags of milk....
Svartorm
8/15/10 1:13:03AM
You could probably get it at a wholesaler like Sams Club, BJs, etc, but it would be in a bag built for a dispenser. No idea how you go about drinking a bag of milk, but good luck to you good sir!
MMA_Alex
8/15/10 1:26:36AM
It's actually quite convenient. You just put it in a jug and snip off the top corners and pour it out.
kopower
8/15/10 1:46:39AM
I'm a bit confused. We already have it in jugs, no need to pour it in a jug, unless it's a glass jug.
DCRage
8/15/10 8:16:48AM
I've never seen bags, not even at wholesale clubs (there's a BJ's and a Costco in my area, Sam's Club too but I don't go there). Just various jugs and boxes.
crushedbacon
8/15/10 9:01:56AM
Weird.....I'm thinking this is an eastern Canada thing.... I've lived in western Canada my whole life and have never seen milk in a bag....... 1 and 2 L cartons and 2 and 4 L plastics jugs....
Boo_Radley21
8/15/10 9:15:43AM
Yea the bags are sweet you just snip a the corner and put it in a milk jug like he said.
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emfleek
8/15/10 10:08:17AM
Interesting. Never heard of milk in a bag.

I thought it was strange when I saw my first "square" jug of milk.
Jackelope
8/15/10 12:02:40PM
Is it cheaper this way or something??
SpiderSilva
8/15/10 12:36:20PM
maybe it has a longer shelf life in that bag i think it'd kind of cool i prob would drink it I'm pretty picky when it comes to drinking milk
scoozna
8/15/10 12:46:11PM
What, no obvious euphemism jokes? That must break a rule or something.
jae_1833
8/15/10 12:57:04PM
The little differences.
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postman
8/15/10 2:19:06PM

Posted by scoozna

What, no obvious euphemism jokes? That must break a rule or something.



My old lady gotta nice seta milk bags
Twenty20Dollars
8/15/10 3:00:45PM
It just doesnt make sense to me, if you cut the bag then you can't reseal it like with a jug of milk that has a cap.

If you cut the bag then poor it into something else to store it that seems like a wasted step. It just seems it would be easier to poor it from a jug and cut a bag poor it from a bag to something else.

BlueSkiesBurn
8/16/10 4:58:12PM

Posted by scoozna

What, no obvious euphemism jokes? That must break a rule or something.



warglory
8/16/10 5:09:00PM
I guess it saves on plastic too considering that the bags use less of it, and the milk would be poured into a re-usable receptacle. Makes sense to me!
Boo_Radley21
8/17/10 11:03:11AM

Posted by Twenty20Dollars

It just doesnt make sense to me, if you cut the bag then you can't reseal it like with a jug of milk that has a cap.

If you cut the bag then poor it into something else to store it that seems like a wasted step. It just seems it would be easier to poor it from a jug and cut a bag poor it from a bag to something else.




you don't need to reseal it if it's in the fridge. it stays good in the bag. probably would if you left the lid off a jug and kept it in the fridge too
D0wnUnd6e6r
8/17/10 11:47:23AM
bags of milk
Svartorm
8/17/10 2:19:29PM
Yeah, but the milk would absorb any smells inside your fridge and taste funky. Weird idea. I'm lactose intolerant though, so I don't care what you filthy milk drinkers do.
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