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2 x 4 pints Creamfield milk @ Tesco for £1.50

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6y, 1w agoFound 6 years, 1 week ago
Tesco are currently selling 4 pints of milk for 88p or 2 for £1.50. Seemed pretty cheap to me
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#1
Same price as Farmfoods,they've had it for ages for £1.50
#2
The normal milk is better and is £2 for 2 x 2ltr @ Tesco
#3
Speculator
and is £2 for 2 x 2ltr @ Tesco


No it's not, It's 4pt x2

Edited By: satan666wayne on Nov 28, 2010 16:25
#4
satan666wayne
Speculator
and is £2 for 2 x 2ltr @ Tesco
No it's not, It's 4pt x2

edited - thank you
#5
satan666wayne
Speculator
and is £2 for 2 x 2ltr @ Tesco
No it's not, It's 4pt x2

2.272 litres to be precise

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/tesco-price-comparison/Fresh_Milk/Tesco_Semi_Skimmed_Milk_4_Pints_227L.html

Edited By: Speculator on Nov 28, 2010 19:47
#6
What exactly is Creamfield milk? Standard milk or milk that has been altered a little to make you healthier/enlarge your bits/make you younger* (*delete as appropriate).
#7
Extended shelf life, but has no taste left.
#8
I get 6 pint bottles from tesco, at first they were only 75p but now their £1.15 but they are still cheap and it's low fat milk so it's better for you
#9
This is one of the main reasons that many milk farms close down every week. French milk from battery cows anyone?
#10
At the corner shop this morning (had to walk in the snow), 4pints bottle was 80p!!!!!!!!!!!
Hence I don't think this is a deal, especially as supermarkets are deliberatly increasing the price of milk and paying hard-working farmers less plus trying to run corner-shops out of business
#11
I dont care about milk farmers, I only care about my wallet and Id rather pay less for this stuff which tastes just the same as the tesco green top.
#12
OperateOnMe
At the corner shop this morning (had to walk in the snow), 4pints bottle was 80p!!!!!!!!!!!
Hence I don't think this is a deal, especially as supermarkets are deliberatly increasing the price of milk and paying hard-working farmers less plus trying to run corner-shops out of business


It's £1.55 for 2 litres at my local corner shop (which is less than 4pts).

As someone above said, Farmfoods always do 2 for £1.50 which I always got, but I had to get some in Asda the other day and it tasted fresher than Farmfoods milk and had a longer expiry. It could just be a one-off but if not, it seems Farmfoods sell it cheaply because they get older milk than the supermarkets.
#13
callum9999
OperateOnMe
At the corner shop this morning (had to walk in the snow), 4pints bottle was 80p!!!!!!!!!!!
Hence I don't think this is a deal, especially as supermarkets are deliberatly increasing the price of milk and paying hard-working farmers less plus trying to run corner-shops out of business


It's £1.55 for 2 litres at my local corner shop (which is less than 4pts).

As someone above said, Farmfoods always do 2 for £1.50 which I always got, but I had to get some in Asda the other day and it tasted fresher than Farmfoods milk and had a longer expiry. It could just be a one-off but if not, it seems Farmfoods sell it cheaply because they get older milk than the supermarkets.

I always get my milk from Farmfoods now (after checking nobody sees me going in), and never noticed the milk being any less fresh. In these paranoid times when sell by dates seem generally excessively short, milk still seems to have a more than generous sell by date wherever you buy it. I'm not sure I'd want milk over a week old and still apparently suitable for sale.
#14
cykd_out
This is one of the main reasons that many milk farms close down every week. French milk from battery cows anyone?

The milk is from uk farmers though - not french ones, check the packaging, unless you are saying Tesco's are misdescribing their goods ? Or that we have such farms in the uk as well !!

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