Milk in Cambodia

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Re: Milk in Cambodia

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cautious colin wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2017 8:09 pm Anyone know how much roughly for 1 bottle (1 litre I presume)

Never seen it before in lucky, although I have never specifically looked. Fed up of drinking the Cowshead UHT shit.

Also read somewhere that it is raw, unpasteurised, milk. What would the shelf life of that be?
I bought a 2 litre bottle at Super Duper a few months ago for $4.85 (My kids didn't like the taste, and didn't finish the bottle).

The Dutch Mill and one other one were $4.25 for 2 liters.
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I gave up on the fresh milk after a suspect bottle from Samudera - I see you have a generator that keeps the lights on, what about the fridges and freezers when there's a power cut? Oh right, you don't bother. Ubon Ratchatani uni has a professor who's the forage seed man, they supply South American grasses which provide some sort of nourishment to cattle, as opposed to rice stalks and bin bags.
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I was still searching on google about why the price of dutchmill milk bumped up ( at 3 places i checked ). last week
It’s such a mystery to me .. And this thread popped up in my search ..
so that’s why i am here . from six years ago ..when my baby was just a baby
I just switched to meiji another thai brand with japanese writing on it , that stayed at the same price
it’s the 1st time i read on a bottle of fresh milk to “ shake well before using “
I’m not a connoisseur but it tastes a little different , Not much

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doubting that anyone cares but ,...
living up to its name as the KOW , the price of the milk in question above
has mysteriously gone back down to the same price it was before it mysteriously went up .
since the stock boys have no idea what im asking about i will assume it was because of costs
to keep it cool during the heat wave .. and altho the temperature went down it still feels hot as hell 🔥🔥🔥
go figger ... 🤷🏽🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏼‍♂️
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