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Horizon Organic Low Fat Milk, Strawberry, 8-Ounce Aseptic Cartons (Pack of 18)
Horizon Organic Low fat strawberry milk provides a great-tasting and easy way to add calcium to your family's diet. They are available in low fat half gallons and quarts. Our milk is as good for you as it is delicious because it's produced with no antibiotics, no added growth hormones and no dangerous pesticides. Our cows eat only organic feed and have access to clean water, fresh air, organic pasture and exercise.
Case of 18, 8-ounce cartons of strawberry aseptic organic milk (144 total ounces)
Made with organic grade a low fat milk and organic evaporated cane juice
Produced without the use of antibiotics, added growth hormones or pesticides
Shelf stable; requires no refrigeration until after opening
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66 of 73 found the following review helpful:
Great milk, terrible priceAug 02, 2007
I love this chocolate milk--especially in my morning coffee. But $25 for an 18-pack is JUST WRONG! I bought an 18-pack this morning at Whole Foods for $15.99!
52 of 57 found the following review helpful:
Other retail outlets for 8 oz Horizon MilkSep 25, 2007
By K. Benckini
For anyone who has a Whole Foods Grocery chain in their area, this same product sells for $12.99/case(18 cartons). I discovered this after I paid Amazon's high price of $25! Maybe they will adjust their price downward if more customers share competitive pricing!
27 of 29 found the following review helpful:
Horizon Organic Reduced Fat Milk is a Favorite, but pricy on AmazonSep 15, 2007
My kids love this milk. Admit it is on the expensive side, but it travels well and the kids will drink it (they won't drink other milk.)
Note: Just went to BJs wholesale and paid 12.99 for the 18 pk. Won't buy from Amazon again when there's such a price difference.
17 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Great Product But Expiration Date at Amazon is Way Too Soon!Jun 21, 2010
I was happy to see that Amazon offered Horizon products. However, the expiration date on my purchase was "right around the corner" and I had to throw out some of the drink boxes. I would appreciate if Amazon could list expiration date on the site. Then I would gladly purchase here again.
242 of 304 found the following review helpful:
Know About this Brand before You BuyMay 14, 2008
By Jeremy Goodell
Horizon has been boycotted by the Organic Consumers Association and is the target of frequent complaints filed with the USDA because of their poor track record with regard to compliance with organic standards. Since they were bought by 12-billion dollar mega-corp Dean Foods, a large percentage of their organic dairy has been produced at factory farms, some with upwards of 10,000 cows.
I was seriously irritated to discover that something so happy and innocent looking as the jumping cow on the Horizon label was a front for a billion dollar corporation. Much of the reason I buy organic is to support small, organic farms, and to protect the environment and animals from the practices of mega corporations like Dean. Even if Horizon becomes a model citizen when it comes to organic practices, the fact that it's owned by Dean means that if you buy Horizon, part of every dollar you spend is contributing to some of the worst factory farming practices in the country.
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