We all know that milk comes from cows. However, if you want to dig deeper and know where those cows come from, then you can check out WhereIsMyMilkFrom. This simple web app lets you find out things about the milk in your carton such as where it was processed and the possible raw products that make up your milk.
To find out where your milk came from, just enter the code found on your milk carton. You can then see where your milk came from with with a Google Maps mashup. You can also see different icons that represent the produce by the dairy where your milk came from. Some of the icons include raw milk, heat-treated milk, pasteurized half milk, aseptic milk, yogurt, sour cream, and more. The information in the website comes from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s shippers list.
WhereIsMyMilkFrom is a cool app for people who are interested in finding out where their food comes from. This is also a good way to find local dairies so that you can buy from them instead especially if you want to support your local industry.
- Find out where your milk came from.
- Also works for chocolate milk cartons, coffee creamers, cheese, ice cream and more.
- Information comes from FDA’s interstate milk shippers list.
- Shows a map with icons that represent different raw produce.
- Free; no signup required.
Check out WhereIsMyMilkFrom @ http://whereismymilkfrom.com