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4 Pint semi skimed milk 99p @Aldi

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#1
2 pints 49p
#2
4 pints is usually 99p in Iceland too. Currently £1 for 1 litre of 1% in Asda (not quite as good a deal but it does have a lovely purple label).
#3
also £1 in farmfoods
#4
Also a pound in our pound shop all the time:)
#5
laineycross
2 pints 49p


Is it not 1 Litre not 2pints? thats what i read.
#6
95p in B&M Bargains
#7
Abbielonglegs
also £1 in farmfoods


Nope , thats for 2 litres
#8
col11
Also a pound in our pound shop all the time:)


Thats for 2 litres not 4 pints
#9
satan666wayne
Is it not 1 Litre not 2pints? thats what i read.


Yes 1 litre 49p in Aldi
#10
greyhound11
Nope , thats for 2 litres


so the original post is for 2litres then?? not 4pints? I am aware that the ones around £1.00 are slightly less in fluid oz but hey-we all know what size he/she means right??? we know its not the 1pint, 2pint or 6pint..... :thumbsup:
#11
I started looking around these for deals but have decided to start shopping in farmshops and support local farmers.

I just think the supermarkets pay the farmers very little for their milk. I've even heard of the farmers making a loss just to stay in business because the supermarkets force them to sell at a lower price or they'll lose their contract.

By all means buy this stuff, don't feel any guilt about it but if you're able to, I would recommend buying your milk from farmshops and farmers markets whenever possible.
#12
more power to the supermarkets, you never see a farmer on a bike.
#13
park104
more power to the supermarkets, you never see a farmer on a bike.


What a strange quote.:?
#14
RM02
What a strange quote.:?


The farmers near me don't look very poor, most have Range Rovers etc.

Kids go to Private Schools.

Good for Aldi.:thumbsup:
#15
I normally get the Farmfoods ones for a pound which are decent, only trouble is that it's 2 litres rather than 4 pints (2.2 litres).

Good deal if it's decent milk!
#16
TWO LITRES of milk (3.5 pints) is always available at LIDL
#17
park104
more power to the supermarkets, you never see a farmer on a bike.


I,m not a farmer. But I know some farmers (in Northumberland and Yrokshire) and they all dont earn a great deal at all, especialy considering the hours they put in.

Milk has been treated as a los-leader at all supermarkets for years and this is why the price being paid to the farmers has gradualy been falling. If you are a responsible consumer you may understand this, but I suspect a lot of people on here (from past experience) are not very responsible consumers.
#18
Abbielonglegs
so the original post is for 2litres then?? not 4pints? I am aware that the ones around £1.00 are slightly less in fluid oz but hey-we all know what size he/she means right??? we know its not the 1pint, 2pint or 6pint..... :thumbsup:


[SIZE="3"]No it is for 4 pints. If it was for 2L i would have put that.[/SIZE]
#19
inicholson
4 pints is usually 99p in Iceland too. Currently £1 for 1 litre of 1% in Asda (not quite as good a deal but it does have a lovely purple label).


Very close, it's £1 for 4 pints in Iceland.
I've found it very good lasting milk as well.
Can usually get one with a use by date of 7-10 days in advance.
Handy if you need 4 pints to last you a week.
#20
stamfordblue;6505026
Can usually get one with a use by date of 7-10 days in advance.
Handy if you need 4 pints to last you a week.

I'm not sure I'd want to keep an open bottle for quite that long, even if it were within the 'use by' date. That's the main reason I prefer to stick with smaller (<=1L) bottles.

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