Horizon Organic, Low Fat Milk, Chocolate, 8-Ounce Aseptic Cartons (Pack of 12), 8g Protein and 30% DV Calcium, Juice Box Alternative

January 21, 2019 - Comment

Great for lunchboxes, snacks, travel and more, our shelf-stable milk boxes are a perfect alternative to juice boxes. Product Features CONTAINS 12 SINGLE-SERVE milk cartons which are great for lunchboxes, snacks, travel, plane rides, road trips, vacations, picnics, playtime, school trips & more. Our shelf-stable milk boxes are a perfect, calcium & protein rich alternative

Great for lunchboxes, snacks, travel and more, our shelf-stable milk boxes are a perfect alternative to juice boxes.

Product Features

  • CONTAINS 12 SINGLE-SERVE milk cartons which are great for lunchboxes, snacks, travel, plane rides, road trips, vacations, picnics, playtime, school trips & more. Our shelf-stable milk boxes are a perfect, calcium & protein rich alternative to juice boxes.
  • HORIZON ORGANIC Low Fat Chocolate Milk is USDA Certified Organic and part of the National Organic Program, which prohibits the use of GMOs. Our milk boxes are a choice you can feel great about packing for school lunches or road trips to Grandma’s.
  • HORIZON SINGLE SERVES are safe to drink room temperature but should be chilled and shaken before opening for maximum enjoyment. Besides being safe & nutritious, single serve containers are portable and convenient for lunchboxes, soccer practice or ballet.
  • ORGANIC MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE: Our products are always made without GMOs, & our cows are pasture-raised on family farms without antibiotics or . When it comes to food, we think it’s best to stick to the basics & keep the weird stuff out.
  • CREAMY COMPARISON: Compare Horizon Organics dairy products to brands like Raw & Root, Tuscan Dairy, Darigold, fairlife, Ageless Derma, Milka, Milkman, Nutra Naturally, Lactaid, Nesquik, Natrel, Milk Kefir Grains, Mt Capra, or Maple Hill.

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Anonymous says:

Expired milk delivered to me. This is not the … Expired milk delivered to me. This is not the first time the expiration was closer than it is if you buy it in the store. But the expiration date was Dec 31, 2017. This is not acceptable especially since this is milk that I give my kids. We will not drink this and I am pulling from my subscribe because it’s always so close, meaning most of the time it’s only 1-2 months and if you buy it in the store it’s 6-8 months. I assume I am getting the old stuff they are trying to get rid of it…

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