Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Bagged Milk!

First off, the first time I heard about bagged milk, I can say that my imagination went wild. Canada offers milk in cartons as well, but most people purchase the bagged. It lasts a lot longer and you get a lot more. Two litres of milk comes in three small bags. They have what they call milk pitchers, so you just slip the whole bag in the pitcher, and snip one of the ends off to make a spout. It's quite clever, really. You can buy whole, chocolate, 2%, and 1% that way!

It's certainly different from the milk jugs that I am used to in South Carolina! So I present to you a few pictures of what it really looks like. You don't even want to know how I pictured what it was like before I first saw it. :)

Image Hosted by ImageShack.us Chocolate milk in the outer bag!

Image Hosted by ImageShack.us What the bags look like!

Image Hosted by ImageShack.us The bag in the pitcher! Excuse my overstocked fridge!

Image Hosted by ImageShack.us And a close up shot of the milk in the pitcher!

Hopefully that gives those of you who have yet to see bagged milk an idea of what it is like! :)


Anonymous said...

that is very very interesting haha

Anonymous said...

LOL, I didn't realize there are no milk bags in the States! Go figure!

Wendy Banner said...

It's true! In the States, we have it in cardboard cartons and plastic jugs. So when I first moved to Canada, I was quite surprised by the concept! :D

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