Monday, April 28, 2008

Milk in the Fine Print

From the fine print of a rewards program
points are not redeemable toward the purchase of lottery tickets, alcohol, prescription medications, milk in Quebec, or any products or services prohibited by law,

Makes you wonder what they do to the cows in Quebec that milk ends up on the list with lottery tickets, alcohol and any products or services prohibited by law.

- Peace


Reverend Joyleaf said...

"Quebec is the only province where the retail price of milk is also regulated"

"Supply management gives the dairy industry monopolistic control over the price and supply of dairy ingredients. Consumers have no choice but to pay whatever they are charged."

Taken from this article. Perhaps that has something to do with it. Points don't pay the dairy farmers.

Dave King said...

Hey Steve, I'm sure you're right, and I guessed as much, but that's not nearly as funny.

- Peace

Reverend Joyleaf said...

No, you're right. I agree. Quebec milk being lumped in with alcohol and drugs and prohibited stuff is funny. Maybe drinking all that milk is the reason they talk that way. Jokes.

Adam said...

haha - I like it...