Walk into a grocery store in the United States or Canada and ask where you can find the milk, and you'll be directed to the refrigerated section. Ask the same thing in a grocery store in Europe, and you'll be directed to a regular old room-temperature beverage aisle. Milk is perishable wherever you go, so how can one part of the world keep theirs tepid while another takes pains to keep it cold?
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Written by Ashley Hamer November 5, 2017
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