When does R Moshe's heter apply - is bshaas hadchak required? If so, what would constitute bshaas hadchak?
Is it a minhag, or plainly Halachic, to insist on chalav yisroel where it is hardly available (regardless of bshaas hadchak or not)?
Assuming the law imposes a penalty by fine or prison on mislabelling of food ingredients; it is also unheard of, to have unkosher animals' milk in the vicinity. Do we disregard the possibility that the corporations nevertheless mislabel the milk because it decides that a violation of law is still more economically beneficial than abidance?
Assuming the heter applies, would the chalav stam be regarded as of the same status as chalav yisroel?