Milk products on the shelves of a supermarket, 2012

A set of shelves in the dairy products section of a supermarket. The shelves hold a selection of milk brands, in cartons and plastic bottles. Price labels are visible on the front of the shelves. Further along the shelves, toward the left of the image, other dairy products can be seen.
Source: Catherine Styles.

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