Arla Semi Skimmed Milk 1% Fat 2 litre (3.52 Pints) @ ASDA only 72p - HotUKDeals
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If you've never heard of Arla (Foods), they are one of the biggest dairy product suppliers and are behind some of the big brands including Cravendale, Lurpack, and Anchor.


Nutritional Values
Typical values Per 100ml Per 200ml
Energy 174kJ/41 kcal 349kJ/83kcal
Protein 3.3g 6.6g
Carbohydrate 4.8g 9.6g
of which sugars 4.8g 9.6g
Fat 1.0g 2.0g
of which saturates 0.6g 1.2g
Fibre nil nil
Sodium 0.05g 0.1g
equivalent as salt 0.1g 0.3g
Calcium 124mg 247mg
(15.5% RDA) (30.9% RDA)
200ml provides 30.9% of calcium RDA
RDA means Recommended Daily Allowance
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#1
is it as good as cravendale? thing i like most about cravendale is the milk seems to last ages and doesnt go bad and the date is normally 2 weeks ahead
#2
chelseabulldog
is it as good as cravendale? thing i like most about cravendale is the milk seems to last ages and doesnt go bad and the date is normally 2 weeks ahead


No its not long-life milk like cravendale, but its low fat and taste just like any other regular semi skimmed milk.
#3
no good for me then I iz a bach and hardly use milk
#4
Excellent price, heat added
[helper]#5
Good deal - as it was 87p when posted on here last week.
#6
This is a great price but once again for people who don't know 2 Litres is only 3.52 Pints could be long term price as not listed online as special deal
#7
thefatcontroller
This is a great price but once again for people who don't know 2 Litres is only 3.52 Pints :oops:


Thanks !
#8
If I'm not mistaken, the picture shows one milk proudced by Robert Wiseman, the first to produce 1% fat milk.

THEY HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH ARLA!
#9
Wiseman and Arla produce 1% fat milk and their labeling is almost identical apart from the brand logo.

Is it a good price for milk 'suemac' ? Or would you only buy it if it comes from a certain cow ? lol
#10
Im sure the Dairy Farmers of Britain [ DFB ] will really appreciate this reduced price.

I do not buy milk from supermarkets anymore.
#11
It allways makes me laugh in tesco
people just pickup the £1.60 tesco milk
when there's wiseman milk next to it for like 85p or something

they think it must be crap as its cheaper
milk is milk people
they dont water it down
#12
Even if the milk does taste a bit watery all you need do is buy 1 skinny one and 1 full fat one. Then mix them 50/50 :w00t:
#13
WAWG
Wiseman and Arla produce 1% fat milk and their labeling is almost identical apart from the brand logo.

Is it a good price for milk 'suemac' ? Or would you only buy it if it comes from a certain cow ? lol


I prefer to support BRITISH farmers! Arla is owned by Swedish and Danish farmers! who's market is growing beacause they export cheap milk to the UK.

Dairy farmers in the UK are suffering because of this see latest news:-

Dairy Farmers of Britain (DFOB), which employs 2,200 people and is responsible for 10% of UK milk production, has appointed receivers., 03/06/09

Britain is having to buy in a record million litres of fresh milk daily from Europe. The shortfall is because so many dairy farmers are going out of business, with two a day leaving the industry due to low prices and high costs.

So yes my milk does have to come from certain cow's - BRITISH!
#14
This is British milk, unless they're telling an outright lie on the label. Agreed though, UK Dairy farming has been in massive decline in the last 20 years thanks to supermarkets, consumers and EU milk quotas.
#15
This is a brilliant purchase for those on a very low income like myself. I bought two x 4 pints of this last week from Asda and was very happy with it. I would like to shop with a conscience and support British Farmers but my family has to make our income stretch very far and quite simply, we have to purchase the best buys going irrespective of what country a product is from.

Incidentally, i think it was 87p per 4 pints last week, so the fact it has gone down in price even more is fab.

Thanks for posting.
#16
suemac
I prefer to support BRITISH farmers! Arla is owned by Swedish and Danish farmers! who's market is growing beacause they export cheap milk to the UK.

Dairy farmers in the UK are suffering because of this see latest news:-

Dairy Farmers of Britain (DFOB), which employs 2,200 people and is responsible for 10% of UK milk production, has appointed receivers., 03/06/09

Britain is having to buy in a record million litres of fresh milk daily from Europe. The shortfall is because so many dairy farmers are going out of business, with two a day leaving the industry due to low prices and high costs.

So yes my milk does have to come from certain cow's - BRITISH!


Moron get your fact's right, don't suppose you work for wiseman's do you?

I have a mate who work's for arla, He drive's the tankers that pick milk up from british farms so stop trying to get everyone to think 'ah i won't buy that its swedish i'll support british workers'
#17
KATHOLICOS
This is a brilliant purchase for those on a very low income like myself. I bought two x 4 pints of this last week from Asda and was very happy with it. I would like to shop with a conscience and support British Farmers but my family has to make our income stretch very far and quite simply, we have to purchase the best buys going irrespective of what country a product is from.

Incidentally, i think it was 87p per 4 pints last week, so the fact it has gone down in price even more is fab.

Thanks for posting.


Once AGAIN you are not buying 4 pints here, you are buying 2 litres= 3.52 pints
#18
You could also just add a lump of lard for southerners and it would taste like full kream.

(balanced view given my upset to a couple of northerners the other day ;0)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/430350/wiseman-one-2-litres-milk-only-87p-/
banned#19
Nice deal :thumbsup:
#20
greyhound11;5644306
Once AGAIN you are not buying 4 pints here, you are buying 2 litres= 3.52 pints

It may only be 3.52 pints as opposed to 4 pints, though price for 4 pints on a pro-rata basis is still only 80p for 4 pints. Hot deal even though it is a slightly smaller bottle.
#21
adamrwood
It may only be 3.52 pints as opposed to 4 pints, though price for 4 pints on a pro-rata basis is still only 80p for 4 pints. Hot deal even though it is a slightly smaller bottle.


Yes ,quite agree this is a hot price , never seen cheaper meself for this, just emphasising ppl continually get mistaken ....2litre / 4 pints
#22
thefatcontroller
This is a great price but once again for people who don't know 2 Litres is only 3.52 Pints could be long term price as not listed online as special deal


4 pints = 2.272 litres, so you're basically getting 10% extra if you go for 4 pints rather than 2 litres.
Heat added.

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