Canadians, do you really bag milk?
- capitalgentlemanLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
It depends on where in Canada you are. Here in the Yukon, we don't, but when I lived in Ontario, we did. A 4 litre bag contained 3 bags of milk, and one used a special pitcher to hold them. This is absolutely true, and worked very well indeed.
- 3 weeks ago
In Ontario it's common. You buy a jug (plastic works fine, or glass if you prefer), and fill it with bagged refills. It's really simple.
- Bubba GubbinsLv 71 month ago
- ANDRE LLv 71 month ago
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- Verulam 1Lv 71 month ago
When we lived there (Toronto and area - early 70s to late 1980s) they did. And they sold plastic jugs for the bags to fit. Maybe because of cutting back on plastic, they no longer do?
- Needful SinnerLv 71 month ago
nope not where i live - westcoast
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 71 month ago
Yup, in the populated areas that's a real thing. They do it because it's cheap, and all the stores in Ontario & Quebec sell pitchers that fit the bags.
We can still buy it in cartons too, though.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Currently no, only in Ontario and Quebec is there bagged milk. Before in the 80s, early 90s there was bagged milk on the west coast.
- Jay PLv 72 months ago
Not all of Canada but some provinces, yes.
I live in Ontario and yes, you can buy a 4 litre bag, containing 3 smaller bags, of milk.
- opurtLv 72 months ago
In most of Ontario and Quebec you can buy milk in bags, but only for the 4L size. The 2L and smaller sizes are in cartons like everywhere else.
- JuanBLv 72 months ago
I live on the west coast, and we don't. But we hear they do over in the east. Then again back there they probably say the same thing but in reverse.