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Asda 4 pint Milk, 50p each

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Just been into local Asda (Bury) and the 4 pint (blue top) milke scanned through @ 50 pence.

Its still advertised at 2 for £2 however. Would have ran back to get some more but there were long queues at checkouts.

SKU was 000 002 033 216
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#1
You would have ran back!
#2
Good find, Will be going to asda later but I reckon it's probably just your store. Anyone else get any?
2 Likes #3
Buy organic. Less cruel to the cows :-)
#4
Not voted BTW :-)
#5
probably nationwide in most supermarkets, due to being shut for next 2 days
#6
correct, just asked and they said its for milk that has sell by date of 26th Dec.

Except the bottles I got had sell by of 29th Dec!!
#7
msubbu33
Buy organic. Less cruel to the cows :-)


Also more nutritious :)

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/press.office/press.release/item/?ref=1211878767
#8
msubbu33
Buy organic. Less cruel to the cows :-)

prob is if we follow america things will get worse and well have factories of cows who rarely if ever venture outside...i usually buy organic anyway but will always

we grow our own veg and have our own chickens now (had them about 2 years - eggs are fanastic), hate supermaket stuff - esp eggs which are awful and up to 28 days old
#9
I hope the farmers don't get a bad deal out of this!!
#10
Voted cold. I hate milk.
2 Likes #11
Munkster
I hope the farmers don't get a bad deal out of this!!


Of course we are getting s*****d by the super markets, all we get is 24/5p a litre
Farmers For Action are protesting against ASDA for selling 4 pint for £1.25 now its at this price and ASDA has the cheek to take FFA to court, this will only make us more ANGRY
#12
it was 2 for £2 when i bought yesterday.

any1 know how long 4 pints will keep in the fridge for? im thinking of opening the second 4 pint bottle in 4 or 5 days time..
#13
check the date on the bottle!
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RICHARD682E
Munkster
I hope the farmers don't get a bad deal out of this!!


Of course we are getting s*****d by the super markets, all we get is 24/5p a litre
Farmers For Action are protesting against ASDA for selling 4 pint for £1.25 now its at this price and ASDA has the cheek to take FFA to court, this will only make us more ANGRY


High time government action was taken to cut power of the likes of Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys etc.

If many more farmers are allowed to go to the wall the country will be unable to feed itself in future times of crisis. I guess that the supermarkets only look at their own short term profitability and no further.

Surely this cannot be in the long term public interest. Government action to curb the power of the supermarkets is long overdue.
#15
pretty cheap, :)
#16
why was asda open on christmas day. this doesn't sound right
#17
I think it's shan how the supermarkets get the most profit out of it. Surely, it should be the opposite way round, or atleast 50% on profits. so 50p a litre.. would be a good aim anyway! Or even charge an additional 30-40p per 4 pints. Not gonna harm - or give the farmers the VAT from it.


Edited By: DarrylJohn on Dec 25, 2010 23:24
[Moderator]#18
rossbr

High time government action was taken to cut power of the likes of Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys etc.

If many more farmers are allowed to go to the wall the country will be unable to feed itself in future times of crisis. I guess that the supermarkets only look at their own short term profitability and no further.

Surely this cannot be in the long term public interest. Government action to curb the power of the supermarkets is long overdue.

Totally agree, I saw a tv show the other day about how in future instead of farms, factorys would be built with cows kept indoors permanently, these cows spend their time rotating around on a massive conveyor belt type system :|
They already have these types of factories in the US, and now they're coming to uk just to produce cheap milk for the super markets.
I only buy organic milk now, or get it from the local farm shop instead of supermarkets... i like my cows to roam around in fields :|

Edited By: bigflump on Dec 25, 2010 23:25
#19
There isn't the capacity for everyone to have organic so you are lucky it is a niche market or you could never have it. There wouldn't be supply to meet the demand.
[Moderator]#20
Thats a fair point, and i haven't voted either way cos this is a good deal for people want cheap milk.
Personally Id just rather pay a little more to support the farmers, and keep the cows in fields, instead of inside factorys :|
#21
northerngeek
it was 2 for £2 when i bought yesterday.

any1 know how long 4 pints will keep in the fridge for? im thinking of opening the second 4 pint bottle in 4 or 5 days time..

ASDA say 7 days unopened (use by date is 7 days after 'display until' date) or 3 once opened.

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