Buying a litre of milk anywhere?

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  1. alesslu

    alesslu Earning My Ears

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    We have purchased the basic food plan , so we plan on just having a snack or cereal in the morning..any idea where or if they even sell litre's of milk?
     
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  3. deerhart

    deerhart DIS Veteran

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    value should have some milk (not sure if its a litre or not) in the food court, the moderates + should have small things of milk (might be a litre) in the gift shop in addition to what is sold at the food court. They will also have soda 2 liters and alcohol and don't forget to request a bottle opener if you get a bottle of wine (they have little plastic ones)
     
  4. lucynme

    lucynme Are we there yet? I can (almost) see the Castle!

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    I have found milk in a few different sizes at the various resorts I have stayed in...they would be found in the gift shop. Have a great time!:yay:
     
  5. NotUrsula

    NotUrsula DIS Veteran

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    Milk is still sold by the pint, quart, 1/2 gallon and gallon in the US, so if you ask for a litre you're likely to confuse the clerk.

    Most of the resort gift shops have quarts or half-gallons available; the DVC resort food shops have gallons. IME, the food courts normally don't sell bottles larger than a pint, and it is less expensive purchased from the gift shop.

    Also, the Hess petrol stations have a large variety of milk products at good prices. There is one opposite Downtown Disney and another near the entrance to the Boardwalk. (Also one at the Car Care center, but if you don't have a car that's difficult to reach.)
     
  6. alesslu

    alesslu Earning My Ears

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    Thanks everyone!

    Sorry...we're from Canada...we use litres....I always forget:confused3

    Lisa:)
     
  7. kohlby

    kohlby DIS Veteran

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    I'm bringing some of those single serve milks that don't have to be refridgerated until opened. I'll put them in an ice bucket to cool down the milk.
     
  8. julirina

    julirina Close your mouth, Michael. We are not a codfish.

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    Yes, but soft drinks are sold in 2-liter bottles. Go figure. :confused3
     

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