Have you ever heard of such a thing before? One of the regional chains of gas/convenience stores here, Kwik Trip, has been selling milk in a bag for a long time. They never had a store close to me, so I never took it seriously. In fact, I used to giggle when I went into a store and saw "Milk in a Bag." Then they opened a store about a mile from me, and I looked closer. It's lower in price by more than a half a buck a gallon from milk in a regular plastic jug. Pros: Lower in price than regular milk in a jug I can go into the store, get milk and get out without having to walk all the way to the back of the supermarket just to buy milk. Cons: It only comes in half gallons. The bags are kinda floppy, like carrying a dead body. (They kinda ooze around the counter and refrigerator, but at these prices, I can put up with that.) You have to put them in a special pitcher. (It's free when you buy your first bag of milk.) They also have a program with a card that gets punched per half gallon and after X number of gallons, you get $1.00 the next 1/2 gallon bag. With that punch card, since the new store opened a few weeks ago, I figure I've saved about ten bucks on milk. They sell Milk in a Bag in Whole, 2%, 1%, Skim and Chocolate and they sell orange juice in a bag - which I haven't tried yet. This is just amazing to me, and I wonder if any of you, outside of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa (where Kwik Trip operates) have seen anything like this.