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4 pints of semi skimmed milk - £1.00 @Sainsburys

£1.00 @ Sainsbury's
80p for 2 pints bag Normally 2 bags for £1.50 Now reduced to 2 bags for £1 Read More
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80p for 2 pints bag
Normally 2 bags for £1.50
Now reduced to 2 bags for £1
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#1
why voted cold with out an explanation??? voting hot !!!!!
#2
Sounds hot to me.
#3
Can't believe people are voting cold on this
#4
A bag of milk????????? powder?
1 Like #5
apduk
A bag of milk????????? powder?

No it's fluid milk in a plastic bag. Sainsbury promote this as a way to cut down on waste plastic cartons. Store the milk in a reuseable jug.
#6
Voting COLD and telling people why should be a criminal offence.
#7
NOT telling people why you voted COLD that should be, apologies
#8
robinp
No it's fluid milk in a plastic bag. Sainsbury promote this as a way to cut down on waste plastic cartons. Store the milk in a reuseable jug.
Aren't plastic bottles recyclable, whereas plastic bags aren't?
#9
I started using these bags but soon stopped due to the bags leaking on nearly every shopping trip!

Still a good price for 4 pints of milk though.
#10
mac_d
robinp
No it's fluid milk in a plastic bag. Sainsbury promote this as a way to cut down on waste plastic cartons. Store the milk in a reuseable jug.

Aren't plastic bottles recyclable, whereas plastic bags aren't?


I think some bags are recyclable depending on the thickness and type of plastic used.
#11
Cold. Two reasons:Who in their right mind would buy milk in a bag. 2ltr for 75P in farmfoods.
#12
Most people will throw away the carton or bag rather than recycle anyway so I guess its less plastic to go to waste.
4 pints is 4 pints and £1 is a good price. Not everyone lives near a farmfoods, but sainsburys are everywhere
1 Like #13
robinp
apduk
A bag of milk????????? powder?
No it's fluid milk in a plastic bag. Sainsbury promote this as a way to cut down on waste plastic cartons. Store the milk in a reuseable jug.

Well thats a new one for me. I wouldnt buy it for the main reason as mentioned above. Knowing my luck it would leak everywhere, and sweaty milk stinks to high heaven.

It is a good price, but im not voting because of the packaging.

They should just have a milk station. You buy a reuseable container, take the container back next time you need milk and the shop cleans the bottle for the next person, and you take a clean one home with the milk in. Like they used to do with those bottles of pop you could buy moons ago. If its the amount of waste there trying to save then this would be perfect and more user friendly. Id go for it.
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apduk
They should just have a milk station. You buy a reuseable container, take the container back next time you need milk and the shop cleans the bottle for the next person, and you take a clean one home with the milk in. Like they used to do with those bottles of pop you could buy moons ago. If its the amount of waste there trying to save then this would be perfect and more user friendly. Id go for it.
Just like the good old days when all drinks were in glass bottles. Part of the purchase price was a deposit which the shop refunded when the empty bottle was returned. The delivery lorry took all the empties back to the manufacturer for recycling. That seemed like an ideal solution to me but it got phased out when everyone switched to plastic containers.
#15
I use these are a wicked idea never had one leak
#16
Morrisons have cartons of 4.23 pints for £1 and that's not an offer it's just what you pay!
#17
In ASDA or Tesco you anyways get 2 for £2.00 of 4 pints jug/jar which is 8 pint in total

Is there anything special in this milk ;)
#18
Cold from me... Poundland sell milk for a quid too, and there's comes in a handy plastic bottle, complete with handle, and it fits nicely in the door of the fridge!

Only kidding... hot hot hot! Good find.
#19
robinp
No it's fluid milk in a plastic bag. Sainsbury promote this as a way to cut down on waste plastic cartons. Store the milk in a reuseable jug.
OK if you don't mind it going off quicker...
#20
A bag of milk, HAHA. What next, a bottle of cornflakes.
#21
They also sell a jug that is made for these types of bags for 1.98. You actually put the bag in to the jug itself rather than pouring it out. But if you are really frugal, you can always REUSE another milk bottle (washed of course), and pour it in. Bit of a hassle for saving a few pence I suppose. Anyway, word of warning, one of the milk bags had curdled, well within its BBE date. Just hope that's a one off and not a common theme for these milk bags...

Edited By: abulkasam on Jan 29, 2011 23:29
#22
The jug used with these bags is currently half-price at 98p.
#23
They use these exclusively in Canada. Word of warning though; this milk goes off faster because you have a cut open bag sitting in a jug rather than an airtight bottle.
#24
Cracking price and voted hot but I hope it's not the farmers that are getting screwed regarding the price.
#25
voted cold because i am lactose intolerant :(
suspended#26
i agree i would bin this bag after use rather were as we recycle all the milk bottles
1 Like #27
uberboy
voted cold because i am lactose intolerant :(

You cretin.
#28
Civic EG6
A bag of milk, HAHA. What next, a bottle of cornflakes.


Would probably be easier to pour it lol.
#29
chris3349
i agree i would bin this bag after use rather were as we recycle all the milk bottles

Why?

It's just as easy to stick the bags in the recycling (pink) bin...

Just give them a quick rinse and perfectly recyclable. In the long run, it would use less packaging than bottles.
1 Like #30
rajsingh1
uberboy
voted cold because i am lactose intolerant :(


You cretin.
No, that's iodine deficiency
#31
The 4 pints in a "normal" container is always £1 in sainsburys...so im voting cold SORRY





Edited By: spenspuma on Jan 30, 2011 07:27
1 Like #32
abulkasam
chris3349
i agree i would bin this bag after use rather were as we recycle all the milk bottles
Why?It's just as easy to stick the bags in the recycling (pink) bin... Just give them a quick rinse and perfectly recyclable. In the long run, it would use less packaging than bottles.

If you are that concerned about the environment, why dont you just buy a cow....saves having to recycle anything...plus you get some great beef dinners at the end of it all (and shoes and maybe a jacket)
#33
Makes me laugh that supermarkets bang the "recycle and save the planet drum" ... and then run their air conditioning 24/7
oO
#34
cold. bags of milk.. what's next re-usable toilet roll?
#35
gizmouk
Makes me laugh that supermarkets bang the "recycle and save the planet drum" ... and then run their air conditioning 24/7 oO

I agree.....recycling and "carbon Footprint" blah blah blah...will be known in the future as the biggest con of the early 21st century. Its a huge money making scheme that the world has embraced blindly without much thought.


Its like they want plastics collected seperately and say how amazing it is cos its saving the environment......but what they fail to mention is the extra carbon pumped into the atmosphere to send the extra trucks out to collect this plastic from hundreds of thousands of locations every day actually makes its a total red-herring.
#36
Ike
cold. bags of milk.. what's next re-usable toilet roll?

I believe they already do that
#37
spenspuma
The 4 pints in a "normal" container is always £1 in sainsburys...so im voting cold SORRY

Yes for the orange top 1% fat milk. Which is hardly semi skimmed oO

abulkasam
Anyway, word of warning, one of the milk bags had curdled, well within its BBE date. Just hope that's a one off and not a common theme for these milk bags...

Much like anything which is seal packaged like cheese for example if you get a pin pr1ck hole in the bag which you can't see it will lose it's freshness.

Edit: Oh for god sake that's censored? really...?

Edited By: Merson316 on Jan 30, 2011 11:35
#38
Merson316
spenspuma
The 4 pints in a "normal" container is always £1 in sainsburys...so im voting cold SORRY

Yes for the orange top 1% fat milk. Which is hardly semi skimmed oO

abulkasam
Anyway, word of warning, one of the milk bags had curdled, well within its BBE date. Just hope that's a one off and not a common theme for these milk bags...

Much like anything which is seal packaged like cheese for example if you get a pin pr1ck hole in the bag which you can't see it will lose it's freshness.

Edit: Oh for god sake that's censored? really...?

ha ha - what about scunthorpe united? <<--that works ;-)

Edited By: abulkasam on Jan 30, 2011 11:52
#39
spenspuma


I agree.....recycling and "carbon Footprint" blah blah blah...will be known in the future as the biggest con of the early 21st century. Its a huge money making scheme that the world has embraced blindly without much thought.



Spot on mate

I wonder what happened to "acid rain" and the "hole in the ozone layer" ? ;)
#40
I wonder what happened to "acid rain" and the "hole in the ozone layer" ?


They band CFCs and introduced treaties and legislation to restrict sulphur dioxide emissions.... (_;)

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