NEW YORK — –Wild hemp milk carts are getting a second chance in the U.S.A. –A new online shop selling quail eggs and hemp milk packaging says the cartons were made by an American exporter of quail and a local farmer who also sells hemp milk.
The quail cartons have a honeycomb design, which are manufactured by the American exporters, Quail Egg Cartons, and are produced in Canada.
They have a white background with a black quail in the middle.
The cartons are available online and in select grocery stores in the New York City area.
They are also available at a farmers market in Brooklyn, and a farmers markets in Staten Island.
The new cartons sell for $12.99 and come with a quail nesting box, two quail nests, a small pouch, a honey-and-nut milk container, a quails egg and hemp seeds.
The farmer who makes the carton also makes hemp seed pods, which can be used in the recipe for hemp milk in hemp seed recipes.
The farmers market sells quail seeds at $2.99 each.
In the U and Canada, hemp seeds can be purchased by mail order for $7.99 or by delivery for $10.49.
In the U.-Canada market, they can also be bought online at http://www.amazon.com/Hemp-Cannabis-Fiber-Grain-Seeds/dp/B007VQG3ZM.