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Great Value Instant Nonfat Dry Milk, 64 oz

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No home chef should be without Great Value Instant Nonfat Dry Milk. Our instant dry milk has earned the esteemed “Great For You” label, which means it's packed with healthy benefits, and the REAL® Seal, assuring you are buying a genuine dairy product. Simply add our instant dry milk to water; it's that easy! Make a creamy whipped topping in a pinch, use as a coffee creamer, make homemade yogurt or thick chocolate pudding, or even incorporate instant dry milk into your beauty routine by making a milk bath. When you want a quality product at a great price, choose Great Value Instant Nonfat Dry Milk.

Great Value products provide families with affordable, high quality grocery and household consumable options. With our wide range of product categories spanning grocery and household consumables, we offer you a variety of products for your family's needs. Our products are conveniently available online and in Walmart stores nationwide, allowing you to stock up and save money at the same time.
  • Instant nonfat dry milk
  • Fortified with vitamins A and D
  • Rich in calcium and a good source of protein
  • Makes 20 quarts
  • Net weight: 64oz (4lb)
  • "Great For You" label designation

Ingredients:

Ingredients: NONFAT DRY MILK, VITAMIN A PALMITATE, VITAMIN D3.

Directions:

Instructions: Directions: **1. To make 1 quart, add about 1 1/3 cups of Great Value Instant Nonfat Dry Milk to 3 3/4 cups of cold water. **2. Stir until dissolved. **3. For best flavor, store in a tightly sealed glass container and refrigerate overnight before serving. **Add this Much Dry Powder: 0.8 oz (about 1/3 cup); To About this Much Cold Water: 7/8 cup; To Yield this Much Liquefied Nonfat Milk: 1 cup **Add this Much Dry Powder: 3.2 oz (about 1 1/3 cups); To About this Much Cold Water: 3 3/4 cups; To Yield this Much Liquefied Nonfat Milk: 1 quart **Add this Much Dry Powder: 6.4 oz (about 2 2/3 cups ); To About this Much Cold Water: 7 1/2 cups; To Yield this Much Liquefied Nonfat Milk: 2 quarts **Add this Much Dry Powder: 16 oz (about 6 2/3 cups); To About this Much Cold Water: 4 1/2 quarts; To Yield this Much Liquefied Nonfat Milk: 5 quarts **Add this Much Dry Powder: 64 oz (full bag); To About this Much Cold Water: 18 3/4 quarts; To Yield this Much Liquefied Nonfat Milk: 20 quarts

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Specifications

Features
0G trans fat, 80 calories, Fortified with vitamins a And d, Nonfat, No artificial flavors or colors
Brand
Great Value
Container Type
Bag
Flavor
Unflavored
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
14.00 x 6.00 x 13.00 Inches

Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size0.33 cup
Servings Per Container80
Amount Per Serving
Calories80.0 Cal
Calories From Fat0.0 Cal
% Daily Value
Total Fat00%
Saturated Fat0.0 g0.0
Trans Fat0.0 g
Polyunsaturated Fat0.0 g
Monounsaturated Fat0.0 g
Cholesterol< 5.0 mg1.0
Sodium125.0 mg5.0
Potassium390.0 mg11.0
Total Carbohydrate124%
Dietary Fiber0.0 g0.0
Sugars12.0 g
Protein8.0 g16%
Vitamin A10.0
Vitamin C2.0
Calcium30.0
Iron0.0
Vitamin D25.0
Folic Acid2.0

(-) Information is currently not available for this nutrient.

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:**

** Percent Daily Values listed below are intended for adults and children over 4 years of age. Foods represented or purported to be for use by infants, children less than 4 years of age, pregnant women, or lactating women shall use the RDI's that are specified for the intended group provided by the FDA.

Calories: 2,000 2,500
Total Fat Less than 65g 80g
Sat. Fat Less than 20g 25g
Cholesterol Less than 300mg 300mg
Sodium Less than 2400mg 2400mg
Potassium 3500mg 3500mg
Total Carbohydrate 300g 375g
Dietary Fiber 25g 30g

Calories per gram:

Fat 9Carbohydrate 4Protein 4

Customer Reviews

5 stars
230
4 stars
43
3 stars
10
2 stars
3
1 star
11

Top mentions

Most helpful positive review
3 customers found this helpful
I like it
Best value out there in powdered milk. Long shelf life. Good taste. Can be 1/2 and 1/2 with whole milk to 'stretch' it without changing taste. Convenient to make as much as you need at a time/no waste. I keep it on hand for drinking, gravies, cream soups, dough. Add dry to mix with liquid in recipes.
Most helpful negative review
6 customers found this helpful
Decent milk, bad packaging.
The box split open during shipping, so I had to get a refund. Customer service was very helpful at least. Based on the 32oz box (which contains individually sealed packets of milk), the product itself is quite good. Would definitely recommend getting the 32oz one instead even though it's a little more expensive per ounce.
Most helpful positive review
3 customers found this helpful
I like it
Best value out there in powdered milk. Long shelf life. Good taste. Can be 1/2 and 1/2 with whole milk to 'stretch' it without changing taste. Convenient to make as much as you need at a time/no waste. I keep it on hand for drinking, gravies, cream soups, dough. Add dry to mix with liquid in recipes.
Most helpful negative review
6 customers found this helpful
Decent milk, bad packaging.
The box split open during shipping, so I had to get a refund. Customer service was very helpful at least. Based on the 32oz box (which contains individually sealed packets of milk), the product itself is quite good. Would definitely recommend getting the 32oz one instead even though it's a little more expensive per ounce.
1-5 of 297 reviews

2% MILK

I started drinking 2% milk over year ago.i just hated too go too store so often to purchase milk then worry about drinking it all before it spoiled.I decided to check into instant dry milk,i was somewhat skeptical about the taste,but gave it try i thought if it tasted bad i could always use it for cooking.Well i cannot tell the difference from 2% store bought milk,taste great.I like the idea i can make as much as i need at any given time.I suggest if you are drinking or using for cereal make a pitcher allow chill 24 hours.I also picked up the Augason Farms 2-Quart Mixing pitcher works great with powder milk it was shipped with the instant dry milk.Nice to have this milk on hand especially with all the snow and bad weather i dont worry about going to grocery seeing empty milk shelves!

Good milk!

Find the mix that tastes best to you. If you follow the directions on the box, you might need to alter it slightly to get the flavor that you can enjoy. Also, it must be ice cold to be at its best. Price good for amount in biggest box! (64 oz) If you do not have a tolerance for the fat in whole milk, or don't like skim that you can but off the shelf, try this one and customize it to your own taste! Oh, and do not mix too much ahead. Best mixed fresh with ice cold water. I have found that every with brand that I have tried, it is best consumed within two days. I buy two boxes, repackage and vacuum seal the packets. These are all kept in the refrigerator. Found that to be the best. If it is on sale I buy more and repeat the process of storage. Always best fresh out of the box, but once opened especially in Summer, I find it has to be refrigerated. I have even tried freezing the vacuum sealed packets. I prefer the refrigerated packets taste to the frozen ones. Been using this milk for a few years now!

As long as you have water you'll have milk

The dogs and I love it. At a glass a day it stays fresh a long time. Once I ordered two by mistake. You still couldn't tell the difference by the end of the second box. Love that you don't have to worry about running out or buying too much and having it spoil. If you are used to whole milk it will taste watery at first until you get used to it because its zero percent fat. You can do things like mix it with oats dry then add the boiling water so you don't burn the milk.

A Must Have Pantry Staple

I always have this product in my pantry. It really comes in handy when you want or need milk in a pinch. I especially love it because it is fortified with Vitamins A and D. This is a must have staple for my pantry. Can be mixed for a simple glass of milk, or mix by the quart, etc., according to your own needs.

I like it

Best value out there in powdered milk. Long shelf life. Good taste. Can be 1/2 and 1/2 with whole milk to 'stretch' it without changing taste. Convenient to make as much as you need at a time/no waste. I keep it on hand for drinking, gravies, cream soups, dough. Add dry to mix with liquid in recipes.

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1-3 of 26 questions
by BellOctober 31, 2012


Last answer: April 26, 2013
1. Says best used by 03-2015, so that would be 2 years. Personally, if you can keep it in a dry, cool place I think it would keep many more years.
by OldMan83
2. I've been using dried milk for about 5 years, let me give you 3 advices: 1) Usually, the expiry period is about 12 - 18 months if kept in the original sealed container in a dry place. 2) It is a RULE that you should always review your stock. Try using the already present food and replace it with new food. This will extend your storage period. 3) DON'T USE LARGE PACKAGES FOR STORAGE. Instead use multiple small packages. example: use 8 of 8 oz packages instead of one 64oz package.
by ThePharo
3. I wouldn't keep this on a shelf more than six months unopened. It doesn't specify. beprepared.com has big cans of milk powder that will keep for years unopened.
by Beens
4. 2 year shelf life.
by UniformPapaEcho
5. Due to differences in sales and distribution, the remaining shelf life of an item may vary from store to store. We recommend consuming the product by the expiration date printed on the package.
by HelpPL
6. The last I purchased was shown as best if used by 8-22-14 so I would say the shelf life is 2 years. I use this as my main source of milk because it is easy to keep.
by Grammy911
7. I think it was marked about 18 months. But you can probably freeze it.
by ZZP43
8. 18 months. You need to buy specially packaged milk for anything longer. Do a web search.
by ZZP43
9. For my order, all of them said best before 10/10/15 (24 months after received) Hope this help
by Durapee
10. Each box has an expiration date.
by MrsB98
11. March 15, 2015. I just found a sealed four pound box that got out of rotation. The &#39;best by&#39; date was January 13, 2012. Opened the foil seal, poured some out - looked okay, smelled okay, tasted okay. Made a quart and set it in the fridge. Tasted just fine when I made it and even better after it was nice and cold. No gastric distress six hours later. Bear in mind that in most cases the &#39;best by&#39; date is just a suggestion; it&#39;s not as if the milk would be fine on January 13 and foul and nasty and toxic on January 14. No, it will NOT last as long as the powdered milk in the sealed No. 10 cans with the oxygen absorber packets, but as long as the outer wrapper is intact and it&#39;s stored in a cool, dry place it should be good for some time after the &#39;best by&#39; date (at least three years and three months based upon direct experience), although the nutrition may diminish slightly over time.
by Schutzehunde
12. There are too many factors that go into how old a product found on the shelf of your local store may be. We recommend referring to the best by/expiration date on the package. We do not recommend consuming the product after the expiration date. If there is not an expiration date on the product, we suggest returning it to your store for a refund/exchange.
by HelpPL
13. I bought this in 4-2013 and the expiration date on the box is 2- 2015
by Peasofmynd
13 Answers
Last answer: April 26, 2013

by MissDebbieNovember 19, 2012


Last answer: April 26, 2013
1. I've been using this kind of Non-fat milk for over 40 years. It is all we use. We use it for cooking, baking and drinking and have raised 4 kids on it--all college graduates. You do have to get use to it being non-fat and make it a day in advance so it can get good and cold and the bubbles from mixing it up have a chance to go away.
by OldMan83
2. Absolutely not. It will precipitate. I tried it once.
by ThePharo
3. Absolutely. I use it for everything. I really like it.
by Mocitygranny
4. This product can be used in baking, however we do not suggest substituting it for milk unless a recipe calls for it specifically.
by HelpPL
5. yes, You can use it in bread dough and other stuff by mixing it with dry ingredients or instant pudding etc. by mixing it with water first. I make chocolate milk for my son by the pitcher. 2 qt pitcher add 1 heaping tablespoon of backing cocoa, 2 heaping tablespoons of sugar, and 1 cup of hot water, mix well until cocoa is completely incorporated. Fill up pitcher with cold water to nearly 2 qts (7 1/2cups line on the pitcher). Add 2 2/3 cups of milk powder and stir in with a whisk, until lumps are gone. You will need to swirl the closed pitcher a few times before pouring, as the cocoa sinks to the bottom.
by Beens
6. Of course, just remember it's nonfat milk so if your recipe calls for whole milk. If you use it reconstituted, you can add some half & half or whipping cream to achieve the right texture for your baked goods. Nonfat milk will effect the texture and density by making things thinner.
by KimbraLee
7. Yes, makes baking easier when adding fluids, so that you can keep from making your mix too wet while still being able to put in all the milk protein you wish. I never bake without it!
by NonSum
8. yes
by CaliCutie
9. Most definitely! That's part of the beauty of this product.
by Relieved
10. Yes! I use it often, and it works great!
by MrsB98
11. I use instead of milk for everything.
by Grammy911
11 Answers
Last answer: April 26, 2013

by wygitJuly 15, 2012


Last answer: April 26, 2013
1. 20 Quarts
by OldMan83
2. It gives you about 13 - 15 gallons of milk, depending on the quantity you use for each cup. I recommend 3 teaspoonfuls for a cup.
by ThePharo
3. Entire box makes 40 qts.
by Beens
4. This product will make 20 quarts total.
by HelpPL
5. 20Qts.
by NonSum
6. The entire box makes 20 quarts, or 5 gallons of skim milk. Pretty good deal, and it is very tasty, U.S. made foodstuff.
by 28144WalmartShopper
7. 20
by ZZP43
8. 64 oz dry milk make 20 quart milk. Hope this help
by Durapee
9. 2 2/3 cup makes 1 quart. Do the math; 1 cup = 8 ounces
by Relieved
10. Thank you for your inquiry. At this time, our records indicate this product makes 20 quarts of reconstituted milk. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please contact our Private Brands team at 877-505-2267.
by HelpPL
11. 20 - I had to look under directions to find where it told how much full box makes. It would be helpful if this info was on front of box.
by Grammy911
11 Answers
Last answer: April 26, 2013

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