A septic packaged milk, first introduced in the United States in 1994, has found a place in the American pantry. Products from Parmalat and Hershey are becoming popular with shoppers and are often kept for emergency situations, like hurricanes and other natural disasters, or for a nonrefrigerated lunch-box treat, retailers report. Sales have also been increasing for soy and rice milks, which are used by lactose-intolerant consumers. "Parmalat is viewed by a lot of people as a camper's type ...

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