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June 23, 2008


Randy Ludacer

Seems like a good approach. I wonder if and when something like this will be offered in the US.

emma rose

Just to let you know that I think JUGIT is a fantastic concept. I'm currrently living in Australia, but have forwarded your article on to all my friends and family.


i think it is a brilliant idea. but it does not do all it should,the milk does end up in the jug. the clips are not very sturdy and the nozzle lid is not very secure.

William Campbell

I used to have a jug for my milk that was plastic and had a spike in the bottom of it. You drop the plastic bag in and puncture the bag then the milk runs into the jug. I had it for about 5 or 6 years then I tried to replace it. I cannot find one anywhere. Is this jugit like what I have described and where can I purchase it?

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