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Where to buy small (school-size) milk cartons?

BeaverBob | Aug 11, 200702:47 AM     12

I'm interested in buying 8oz cartons of milk (you know, like we all had in elementary school) but I can't for the life of me find anywhere where they sell such a thing to your average consumer. I'd like to buy in a moderate quantity (like 24 or 30) and I'm hoping to pay 50 cents or less per box. Any ideas?

(I've also considered small UHT milk containers, but I can only find those at Costco in the chocolate variety or organic brands at over a dollar a box - now that's expensive milk!)

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