Quaker Milk Chillers

by PepsiCo

This brand is no longer available

Product Type

Dairy: Flavored Milk


14 fl oz plastic

Nutritional Info

Serving size: 8 fl oz;
Servings per container: About 2;
Amount per serving: Calories: 130;
Total fat: 5g;
Cholesterol: 17mg;
Sodium: 230mg;
Total carbohydrates: 18g;
Dietary Fiber: <1g;
Sugars: 16g;
Protein: 5g;
Vitamin A: 10%;
Calcium: 20%;
Vitamin D: 20;
Niacinamide: 10%;
Vitamin B12: 10%;
Vitamin C: 10%;
Iron: 0%;
Vitamin E: 10%;
Vitamin B6: 10%


Reduced 2% fat milk, water, sugar, cellulose gel, calcium phosphate, natural and artificial flavors, salt, cellulose gum, sodium ascorbate (vitamin C), potassium carbonate, carrageenan, vitamin A palmitate, vitamin E acetate, niacinamide, sucralose (Splenda Brand), acesulfame potassium, vitamin B6, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12

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User rating
(6 votes)

Review: Vanilla

Posted: Aug 19, 2005 at 12:00 AM (Last Updated: Aug 18, 2005 at 5:33 PM)
As a product based on the idea that children will only drink milk if it’s sweetened beyond all recognition, this isn’t awful – it’s got lots of sweet vanilla flavor and only 16g of sugar per serving, an amount that’s actually less than most Yogurt. But there’s certainly not much here to actually remind you of milk; the Splenda and Ace-K blend leaves a chemical taste in your mouth and slight tingle, too. There’s no dairy aftertaste and very little milk flavor. And the long shelf life of the package is offset by a sharp edge on the plastic bottle that makes it a little uncomfortable to drink. There’s too much going on with the cow logo, which shows a sunglass-and-sandal wearing cow frozen in a block of ice holding a carton of ice cream. Not likely that the kids will be screaming for this one, but they might still like the ultra-sweet taste.