Nestle Milk Pack – Liquid, Cream or Powder?

Nestle Milk Pack is being used at our homes for quite some time now. There were some issues using Haleeb milk due to its thickness and all. But this thing as seen in the image here has really forced me to write about it. Each time you open up the pack (1 litre seen here) and pour out all of the milk in some container you are bound to see this creme sort of layer at the bottom of the pack. Is it powder? creme or are we supposed to get liquid milk in these cartons / packs. I don’t think so that neither heat nor freezing causes this phenomenon.

Milk pack layer closeup
With huge advertising budgets and campaigns claiming -“Milk Pack – Khalis hee sub kuch hai” What a contracdiction this is?

Here is another close up of the same.


22 thoughts on “Nestle Milk Pack – Liquid, Cream or Powder?”

  1. I wanted to say that quality of milk pack was best in past but now its quality has become very poor sorry but its true please have a look on my point because I like milk and does want to leave milk pach Thank you

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  2. Sir, I’m student of Iqra University, I want to contact some one who can help me completing my project on nestle Milk pack, I want to get some information about nestle milkpack karachi. Please reply me as soon as possible

    regards
    Syed Zohaib-ul-hassan
    Student of Iqra University,
    Doing Masters In Advertising

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  3. I want to contract with mlik pack company in respcet of business. I have agrecultural land .I want to gain loan from your company.

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  4. dear sir what is the procedure to get a delarship from nastle pakistan milk pack for kabul afghanistan reply as soon as possible thanks

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  5. :)))

    http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Mixing+of+poisonous+chemicals+in+Tetra+Milk+Pack+disclosed.-a0226091682

    http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspaper-daily-english-online/Regional/Lahore/19-Dec-2008/80-per-cent-milk-contaminated

    http://www.defence.pk/forums/current-events-social-issues/52817-packaged-milk-being-sold-tainted-melamine.html

    80 per cent milk contaminated
    By: Yasir Habib Khan | Published: December 19, 2008
    LAHORE – As much as 80 per cent packed as well as unpacked milk is adulterated and contamination is posing serious health hazards to Lahorites, says data collected during five years by City District Government Food Department.
    The alarming figure is still on rise despite the fact that the Punjab government notified pure food rules 2008 that are in line with the food safety measures in order to eliminate the sale of injurious and sub-standard edibles.
    Recently, Punjab chief minister has also announced to set up a Food Authority to check the phenomenal increase in adulteration.
    According to data 19,718 samples of milk collected by the Food Department in the last five years, almost 17,529 samples were found adulterated. This means that of all the milk consumed by Lahore residents, almost 80 per cent was adulterated or contaminated milk.
    Data revealed that dairy farms, milk supplying companies and milkmen add various chemicals and unhygienic material in milk, which varies from one supplier to another. Percentage of adulterants includes urea (30 per cent), sub-standard cooking oil (70 per cent), powdered singharas (40 per cent), unhygienic water (50 per cent), formalin, a chemical used by doctors to preserve the human body (35 per cent), penicillin for enhancing the thickness and fragrance of milk (47 per cent), hair removing powder (29 per cent), zoonotic pathogens (27 per cent) and other adulterants including soda bicarbonate (to increase the shelf life of milk), starch (to increase its viscosity), sweetening agents (to improve its taste) and urea (to lend it uniformity).
    These adulterants raise questions about the quality of the milk most Lahoris consume every day. Sources said that the Punjab government launched a move to formulate a new law to allow chemical and pathological analysis of milk to check adulteration.
    But there is no progress in sight. Formation of Punjab Food Authority was a step toward in this regard. However, progress could be seen just on papers. Food department report revealed that a cartel of packed milk companies and private dairy forms was involved in the supply of unhygienic milk. Hence, to make a balance with demand and supply, they have contracted with the milkmen, suppliers and dealers who do not care the quality of milk.
    It is matter of great concern that district live stock department and authority concerned have seldom inspected such dairy forms and their so-called apparatus. They have also never noticed the state of cleanliness on their premises. None of the dairy form has ever been sealed.

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  6. @ hidayat: if you want to take milkpak cream but are scared, try Olper or Halib. I remember there used to be dairy shops in Karachi where cream was sold. One such shop was Cantonment Dairy in Karachi (which I last visited 6 or 7 years back). Maybe it is still in business. There may be such shops in other areas of Karachi or your city.

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  7. Dear Sir,

    We would like to intimate that we desired to obtain the dealership of Milkpak in wah cantt. You are, therefore, requested to kindly let us know that there is a chance to get dealership of your product in wahcantt,. If so in that case requested to kindly let us your all terms and conditions in lieu of given us dealership of your product.

    Hoping for favorable reply at your earliest.

    Thanking you,

    With best regards,

    irfan maqsood

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  8. Dear Sir,

    We would like to intimate that we desired to obtain the dealership of Milkpak in Lahore. You are, therefore, requested to kindly let us know that there is a chance to get dealership of your product in Lahore,. If so in that case requested to kindly let us your all terms and conditions in lieu of given us dealership of your product.

    Hoping for favorable reply at your earliest.

    Thanking you,

    With best regards,

    Basharat Ali

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