While blog-hopping/researching this morning, I discovered Where Is My Milk From?.
Apparently milk products have some sort of code that specifies where they were produced. At Where Is My Milk From, you just type the code into the box (the white box in the image to the left) and click the arrow for your results.
The website says:
This information is taken from the IMS List, published by the FDA in conjunction with the US Department of Health and Human Services, and the Public Health Service.
This website is owned and operated by an independent third party.
There’s also a link in the small type there to the FDA IMS list in PDF format — that’s the Interstate Milk Shippers list.
Pretty nice stuff. I’d try it, but I don’t have any product right now, so no bar codes.
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