2L Milk 79p or 4L for £1.50 @ Farmfoods (Scottish stores only) - HotUKDeals
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From tomorrow 1st July, farmfoods will be dropping the price of their 2L bottles of milk to an incredible price of 79p a bottle, or if you buy 2 bottles it will now only set you back £1.50.

Scottish stores only
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I bet the poor dairy farmers are chuffed to bits with this.

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#1
That's cheap!
#2
Heat added. Farmfoods sticking it to bid 4 cartel. Bargains galore!
9 Likes #3
I bet the poor dairy farmers are chuffed to bits with this.
#4
powerbrick
I bet the poor dairy farmers are chuffed to bits with this.
I was just going to say that.
#5
powerbrick
I bet the poor dairy farmers are chuffed to bits with this.

Or maybe they had it too good for too long.
#7
WOW thanks op, used to buy milk from farmfoods when they used to do the buy 2 for £1.60 but then the prices went up to £1.80 for 2 but now its the best price! :-) heat added
#8
As mentioned, just what the British dairy farmers need. Happy to pay more than this for fresh milk and so should you.
1 Like #9

Like the majority of people, I really couldn't care less. If you're losing money from producing milk then stop producing milk and do something else.

(I do realise you were just correcting them and not campaigning against this or anything!)
1 Like #10
davidbrent
As mentioned, just what the British dairy farmers need. Happy to pay more than this for fresh milk and so should you.

Why is milk sacrosanct? Unless you claim that everything you buy is British and ethically sourced?
#11
Won't someone think of the farmers? ;)

Seriously though, I get mine direct from a farm and I'm happy to pay £1 per litre for it.
#12
Gets a ten from Len!
#13
IronPatriot
Gets a ten from Len!

Ahhhh. But is your name really Len or are you just jesting?? :|
banned#14
That's the same price I pay for mine for the past 2 years
#15
We need genetically engineered super cows the size of elephants to get milk any cheaper oO don't rule it out
#16
it's their career choice
1 Like #17
Aldi regularly have 2L for 79p if there's no Farmfoods handy
#18
Must be cheap because of all the man made chemicals in milk.
#19
addyshan
Must be cheap because of all the man made chemicals in milk.

Lmao. Prove it and name some.

Seriously though dairy farmers are fine as they get a set price which is currently an average of about 33p per litre. This will be a loss leader to get customers in. Also as mentioned Aldi and now Lidl sell 2L for 79p so its not the end of the world if you don't have a farm foods.
#20
Lmao quick google will tell you what. But with all the injections animals get the pesticides in the food the cows eat obviously its going to travel to the milk. Its a cheap price not knockin it at all.
#21
Farmfoods is really good for cheap branded food. Heat!!
#22
Cold from me... Screwing over dairy farmers on the price of milk when the overall cost of my shopping continues to rise....
#23
kneale81
Won't someone think of the farmers? ;)

Seriously though, I get mine direct from a farm and I'm happy to pay £1 per litre for it.


I get mine direct from the cow, farmers gonna catch me one day. Have they dropped the price of Hovis? So as to still mix and match. Heat added.
#24
callum9999
davidbrent
As mentioned, just what the British dairy farmers need. Happy to pay more than this for fresh milk and so should you.

Why is milk sacrosanct? Unless you claim that everything you buy is British and ethically sourced?


We will be/are heading the merican way . One massive herd of cows , who dont see grass somewhere in lincolnshire probably .

Grub out the remaining hedgerows , lay it down for wheat growing or tarmac

Its what the customer is demanding
#25
My business has been in decline for years, did/ does anybody care? no not really, the world is an ever changing place, if you can afford to pay more then please do so.
#26
Just short of 4 pints, but still good value. Heat added.
#27
callum9999

Like the majority of people, I really couldn't care less. If you're losing money from producing milk then stop producing milk and do something else.

(I do realise you were just correcting them and not campaigning against this or anything!)


thats heartless
#28
kneale81
Won't someone think of the farmers? ;)

Seriously though, I get mine direct from a farm and I'm happy to pay £1 per litre for it.

Mug.
#29
huzi7868
callum9999

Like the majority of people, I really couldn't care less. If you're losing money from producing milk then stop producing milk and do something else.

(I do realise you were just correcting them and not campaigning against this or anything!)

thats heartless

It's how western economies work - survival of the fittest! Was it 'heartless' when Rover Cars, Woolworths, Comet, etc., etc. disappeared?
#30
I wonder what cows would be feeling for getting less and less for their milk for the same job...
#31
powerbrick
I bet the poor dairy farmers are chuffed to bits with this.


You could apply that logic to just about anything cheap on Hotukdeals.

Do you only buy fair trade food ?

No disrespect to the farmers - It's a tough business but it's a business all the same. I realise that the farmers are being screwed over by the supermarkets but it's up to the farmers to do something about it
They could all get together and set up a consortium to distribute and sell their milk at the price that would suit them
#32
Besford
huzi7868
callum9999

Like the majority of people, I really couldn't care less. If you're losing money from producing milk then stop producing milk and do something else.

(I do realise you were just correcting them and not campaigning against this or anything!)

thats heartless

It's how western economies work - survival of the fittest! Was it 'heartless' when Rover Cars, Woolworths, Comet, etc., etc. disappeared?

Ah so youd prefer we imported our milk
#33
AVANTIME
My business has been in decline for years, did/ does anybody care? no not really, the world is an ever changing place, if you can afford to pay more then please do so.

How do we know if we pay more that the extra we pay actually goes to the farmers and not to the supermarkets ?
#34
84p in Morrisons.

Edited By: captainbeaky on Jul 01, 2014 12:17
#35
yrreb88
[quote=addyshan] Must be cheap because of all the man made chemicals in milk.

Lmao. Prove it and name some.

This will be a loss leader to get customers in.

Good observation which most people don't realise. Milk is sold at a loss by supermarkets to get customers in and buy other products.
Perhaps we need regulations on this so milk is sold at a realistic price where the farmers are not being screwed over. This can be compared to supermarkets selling alcohol cheaper than water
#36
I presume people dont actually believe or care dairy farmers are dying out
#37
logohigh
Besford
huzi7868
callum9999

Like the majority of people, I really couldn't care less. If you're losing money from producing milk then stop producing milk and do something else.

(I do realise you were just correcting them and not campaigning against this or anything!)

thats heartless

It's how western economies work - survival of the fittest! Was it 'heartless' when Rover Cars, Woolworths, Comet, etc., etc. disappeared?

Ah so youd prefer we imported our milk

Where was your car made? Your phone? Your bicycle? Your fridge? Check the other foodstuffs in that fridge.

If someone can produce milk outside the UK and still sell it cheaper here then we're doing something wrong.

Simple, harsh laws of supply and demand: inefficient producers leave the business so there's less supply so prices go up. Presumably milk is so cheap because there's oversupply?

I don't claim it's good but it is what makes our market system work.

Edited By: Besford on Jul 01, 2014 15:54
#38
French and possibly rest europe heavily and possibly wrongly subsidized

But then again who cares , we get our energy off them anyway - cos its more efficient ( and we were to nimby to go nuclear )

,as long as we're seen to do the right thing that's all that Matters to the british


or maybe youd prefer your milk from further afield , maybe argentina


Edited By: logohigh on Jul 01, 2014 16:21
#39
huzi7868
callum9999

Like the majority of people, I really couldn't care less. If you're losing money from producing milk then stop producing milk and do something else.

(I do realise you were just correcting them and not campaigning against this or anything!)

thats heartless

Rubbish. This is a capitalist society - if you want to make money then do a job that is in demand and feasible. Just like I can't go and do whatever I fancy and get paid for it, nor can dairy farmers. If they can't make dairy farming work then I see no reason why I should have to subsidise them.

And to the person asking whether people want milk from abroad - not particularly no. Would I overly care? Not at all.
#40
So youd prefer to subsidize the french farmer ,through your euro taxes

and get slightly older milk for a few pence less

classic :D

And exactly the reason for our car industry etc demise

Edited By: logohigh on Jul 01, 2014 19:16

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