You didn't think that the Pope drank ordinary Rome milk, did you?
The world's smallest country (0.2 square miles) has its own mythical grocery store and gas station, where apparently the prices are incredibly reasonable. The only thing is that you have to have a special pass to get in. People who work in the Vatican have it. People who have family ties to people who work in the Vatican have it. I've never seen one, but I am aware of its existence.
Anyhoo, so how'd I manage to get a photo of the Pope's milk carton? Well, it isn't exactly HIS milk carton, but that of my friend Fabio, who in some vague, not defined to my complete satisfaction way has access to shop at the Vatican grocery store. Boh. He told me something about being a distant relative of some famous Catholic saint. (I'm not making this stuff up!)
So, take a look at where they produce the milk: "fattoria Ville Pontificie."
Pontifical Villa Farm.
Ah, the advertising possibilities... the Pope with a milk mustache... the Pope wandering the green, grassy fields with his papal cows... don't get me started!