I've been to Canada Twice I can Remember and a couple of times when I was a Baby but I never went to a grocery store to buy milk.
Like how do you pour this. Why do you package it in Bags, it doesn't make much sense to me.
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Okay, so here's the scoop. To pour the milk out of the bag, you cut one of the corners off. That hole acts as a spout. You put your bag of milk into a special milk pitcher so it doesn't spill and you don't have to take the bag out to pour it (unless you are getting low and then the bag might bend.
Here's what this whole thing looks like: junkdrawer67.files.wordpress.com/.../milk-bag.jpg
Milk jugs used to be more popular back in the day, but then they moved to bags. Honestly, I don't really remember how or when bagged milk started. Probably before my time. But it's the same price for a 4L bag of milk than it is for a 2L carton of milk. So more cost efficient to buy the 4L bag if you drink a lot.1