• In the UK we keep it in bottles so it doesn't leak out. Lol:)
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      Bottles! Hmm....Yea but if it isn't in a box, how you gonna tear the flap off and fold it back? With a bottle you'd probably just have to pop a cap, or at worst, unscrew one. That's just crazy!! Crazy I tell ya!!
    • we are dough 68
      Glass bottles make a terrible mess when dropped. But it looks pretty, in a surreal way. The birds like to peck holes in the foil tops and slurp the creamy goodness. Don't we all. Plastic bottles do not break, but they can split, especially on the bottom. A split bottom is annoying and sore. Under the plastic cap is a foiled tear-off. Sometimes this can be a strain and a pain to remove. So, to re-cap, my milk is in plastic bottles and my fruit juice is in tetra cartons. My beer is in bottles and my heart is in Bournemouth. Bags simply scare me.
  • When I lived in Canada all our milk was in bags. easier to store and reduces the amount of garbage. It works well but you do need a holder to hold the bag in when in use. I think it is wise in many ways.
  • Being Canadian is just wrong. (kidding)
  • Its just bizarre. First time I saw one I just stared and took a picture. My hosts thought I was nuts taking pictures of milk. Their street signs dont say merge they say squeeze in.
    • Lilo Avli
      Very cosy.
    • Mircat
      I asked if we could go take a picture of the sign They said bagged milk was enough of a representation of their country.
    • Lilo Avli
      So true.

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