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India also has bagged milk

Bagged milk

  • Is the best

    Votes: 45 26.8%
  • Thank you for being the voice of reason on this, India and Canada

    Votes: 70 41.7%
  • Who would hate on bagged milk?

    Votes: 53 31.5%

  • Total voters
    168
Oct 25, 2017
26,643
#1


India, along with Canada, leads the way in being one of the few civilized countries in the world that can be a light of reason and civility in this time of strife and darkness.
 
Oct 27, 2017
13,788
#3
The poll seems biased.
(Bagged milk weirded me the hell out when I got to Canada but I have no qualms with it or its fans)
 
Oct 28, 2017
497
#4
I lived in Vancouver for a year and didn't see a single milk in a bag
We also have them here in Brazil but they aren't popular
 
Oct 27, 2017
458
#6
I lived in Vancouver for a year and didn't see a single milk in a bag
We also have them here in Brazil but they aren't popular
They are available in Ontario and they're usually the most popular milk option to choose from, since its the cheapest and most of it comes locally
 
Oct 28, 2017
497
#18
They are available in Ontario and they're usually the most popular milk option to choose from, since its the cheapest and most of it comes locally
Yeah I imagined it was something like that. I was just curious because bagged milk and Tim Hortons were the two things I heard about Canada from Us shows. And I just found one of those in Vancouver
 
Dec 2, 2017
729
#26
I just wanna make sure I'm on the same page ...when we're talking about bagged milk, we're talking about the raw milk that you have to boil at home before you can drink it,right? Cause that shit is delicious! If it's just regular milk in a bag, I don't see the point then....
 
Oct 25, 2017
13,999
#27
Here is a fun fact about Indian milk
Around 68.7 per cent of milk and milk products sold in the country is not as per the standards laid down by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), a member of the Animal Welfare Board said Wednesday.

Mohan Singh Ahluwalia, member, Animal Welfare Board of India said the most common adulterants are detergent, caustic soda, glucose, white paint and refined oil.

"The state of adulteration in milk and milk products in the country is such that 68.7 per cent of milk ..
 

Joeku

Banned
Member
Oct 26, 2017
12,227
#32
We've had them my whole life in Québec... Haven't actually seen anybody used those personnaly in like 20 years but they are still there.
It was weird culture shock moving a province over and having the milk suddenly not be in jug form.
 
Oct 25, 2017
480
Russian Federation
#35
What does one use to keep it under control after opening the bag though?

I had to use clothespin, but if that's not a savage way to do things they i don't know what is. Other than that it's fine ;)