Maple Hill Creamery releases single-serve milk
Maple Hill Creamery, Stuyvesant, N.Y., released its organic milk from grass-fed cows in new shelf-stable single-serve cartons. The company said its 8-ounce cartons provide a convenient on-the-go option in a package that does not need to be refrigerated until after it is opened. Additionally, the packaging — developed by SIG — is made from renewable materials. The combismile cartons are composed mostly of raw cardboard from pulp trees and are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. Instead of a straw, the cartons feature a reclosable cap with a single-action leak-proof and tamper-evident spout. After use, the packages are 100% recyclable. The milks come in whole-milk and Chocolate whole-milk varieties and are available across the country at Publix, Amazon Fresh, Fairway Markets and Morton Williams.