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    • Mary Cline

      This website allows you to type in a code from any dairy product. It then tells you where it's from! Great to know where your milk, yogurt, butter, cheese, etc. is from, plus you can tell what 'name brand' does your 'store brand' product.(Locate the code on your carton or container, enter it above and click Find It. You'll instantly know which dairy your milk came from! The same goes for your yogurt, chocolate milk, soy or organic milk, coffee creamer, cottage cheese, ice cream, and more!)

    • Judy R

      Good To Know: This website allows you to type in a code from any dairy product. It then tells you where it's from! Great to know where your milk, yogurt, butter, cheese, etc. is from, plus you can tell what 'name brand' does your 'store brand' product. (Or, if you can, buy local milk straight outta the cow. :o)

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