[at-l] mother's milk
hiker317 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 6 20:47:24 CST 2009
HP Hood company changed it's pint size milk containers to 14oz. containers
in Sept. 2007, just as some dairy's that used to sell half-gallons of iced
cream now sell only 56oz or 48oz sizes. I think that in most states
'shelf-stable' milk is considered to be UHT (ultra-high-temperature)
pasteurized milk, no refrigeration required for unopened containers. In
California, 'shelf stable' probably means that it won't fall off the shelf
in a mild earthquake...
On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 8:23 PM, Felix J <AThiker at smithville.net> wrote:
> Leslie Booher wrote:
> Was it shelf stable milk? a'bear
> I don't even know what 'shelf stable milk' is....so, I'm gonna say 'no'. It's just your regular, every day, run of
> the stable 2% Hood Brand milk...bought at a mini-mart in Dorcet, VT.
> Felix J. McGillicuddy
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