In the UK, the carton is the most popular form of milk cartons, with an estimated one in six consumers in Britain buying their milk from the plastic packaging.
However, it has fallen out of favour with many British drinkers, who have been urged to switch to other products.
Here’s a look at what you need to know about milk cartones.
What is a milk cartone?
A carton or milk bottle is a plastic container that contains milk.
Unlike a bottle, which is made of glass, milk cartoned has no glass or plastic lining.
It is used in some countries to store the milk.
Cartons can be bought at supermarkets, online or from your local milk cartoon shop.
They come in a range of sizes from 3cm to 7cm and can have a number of different colours.
They can also be filled and emptied.
You can also buy cartons in bulk to make your own.