• http://greenairradio.com Greenpointer

    mmmmmmMMMMOOOOOOO!!!!

  • http://blog.lynxdaemon.net Dæmonia

    The reusable jugs isn’t new… That’s what we have been using for years – maybe generation? Here, in Québec. We then reuse the bag as sandwich bag or equivalent. Also, we got the carton jug since a really long time – really useful for crafting. Lots of memories with those (particularly bird house).

  • http://www.chokingplanet.com Mark

    I get my dairy products from Strauss Dairy in Marin County CA., which washes and reuses their bottles and practices solid sustainable farming. Recently and unfortunately, they have added plastic bottles as a service option to increase their market share and appeal to larger supermarkets. I will forward this article to them, although I suspect they are aware of this type of bottle but can’t use it for some reason..

  • http://popfail.com JD Rucker

    You know, it’s odd. Just the other day, I was thinking “we should stop producing milk cartons altogether and just clean out all of the ones we have.”

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  • http://www.answerbag.com/profile/?id=444391 infargyfruiday

    It’s amazing

  • WafEnalppal

    thats it, dude

  • Jonthan

    That is pretty good but you only gave the Chemical Composition for on of the products.
    Are they all the same?
    You should specify more on all of the products.
    Here is a link to help you do so
    http://www.amsteeman.com/?tag=biodegradability

  • Jonthan

    That is pretty good but you only gave the Chemical Composition for one of the products.
    Are they all the same?
    You should specify more on all of the products.
    Here is a link to help you do so
    http://www.amsteeman.com/?tag=biodegradability

  • http://www.puremothers.com Pure Mothers

    So strange you posted about these companies, because we just relocated to London 3 months ago and I recently discovered Daylesford Organics and buy many of their products because they come in glass with metal lids. We don’t drink cow’s milk though, but how awesome are they?! Thanks for spreading the word. Maybe it will catch on in the States. Why can’t we go back to glass bottle delivery, like when I was a kid?

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  • http://lizmartin21.blogdrive.com/ Andy Simon

    Nice post, I just sent the link to a colleague who was doing a little research on this. Thanks again.