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A big fan of Cravendale. This is for 2L bottles not the standard 4 pint bottles, yet its a good deal for people who love this milk.

Its my first deal. Hope its hot enough.
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#1
They also have the same deal at Sainsburys
#2
and Asda and Tesco's
#3
Cravendale also stays fresh for longer, so i've been ordering by the container load when i've had my Tesco delivery. Kids drink so much milk I should consider getting a cow in the back garden!
#4
That's a lot of cow juice. - DRINK YOUR MILK.
#5
I have one in the house and I am married to her ;-)
#6
You must have a separate fridge for these babies!!!
#7
Ain't milk brilliant
#8
topbanana2803
and Asda and Tesco's


and Somerfield
#9
i love this milk. tastes sooooo good :)
#10
miketrim
and Somerfield


and Iceland
#11
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#12
I love milk, but to me tastes no different.

AND Cows Milk is not good for humans....
#13
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#14
Best milk ever!
#15
My local Co-Op's milk has gone up by at least 20p so this is a bargain find. Has anyone has found the price of milk has increased?
#16
Yes, the prices have shot up so quickly... These cows also need more money for prezzies at christmas...

The 2 for £2 is a good deal. and have seen it at most supermarkets at the moment.
#17
Bingbong
My local Co-Op's milk has gone up by at least 20p so this is a bargain find. Has anyone has found the price of milk has increased?


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#18
Got 2 of these from Tesco, if it was normal milk we wouldn't get through it quick enough.

Has anyone has found the price of milk has increased?


Milk & Egg prices have gone crazy in the last few months, we could get 4 pints for 99p a few months ago and now we can't find it cheaper than £1.30, also we bought 12 Medium Sized Free Range Eggs yesterday and it cost us £2.55!
#19
Money Spinning
Got 2 of these from Tesco, if it was normal milk we wouldn't get through it quick enough.



Milk & Egg prices have gone crazy in the last few months, we could get 4 pints for 99p a few months ago and now we can't find it cheaper than £1.30, also we bought 12 Medium Sized Free Range Eggs yesterday and it cost us £2.55!


ICELAND is your friend - 4 pints is £1:thumbsup:
#20
Mike the trooper
I have one in the house and I am married to her ;-)




Ooohhhh!! That's not nice!!! :giggle: :giggle:
#21
And you can get rid of the lawnmower lol!!
#22
nice, 1 semi and 1 whole please :-)
#23
if anyone cares, apparently the increase in prices of dairy stuff is because of the increase in the price of wheat (which the Italians were complaining about, re the price of pasta) which is used to make a lot of the feeds which farmers buy
#24
:thumbsup: mmmmmmmmm, milk!
Cravendale is the best! And it keeps so long too!
#25
can you notice the difference,, is it worth it over normal milk man stuff
#26
montanafish
can you notice the difference,, is it worth it over normal milk man stuff


Yes and much longer date on it :thumbsup:
#27
ICELAND is your friend - 4 pints is £1


Even since all these increases?
#28
col
Yes and much longer date on it :thumbsup:

i shall get some then,,
#29
sadiebabes
Ooohhhh!! That's not nice!!! :giggle: :giggle:


Darn right she isn't:-D

I didn't know you knew her:p
#30
Money Spinning
Even since all these increases?


Yeah even since.

They are not apart of the supermarket price fixing agreement you see :thumbsup: :giggle:
#31
my local corner shop does it for 99p. :oops:
#32
alright people stop milking it. :roll:
#33
I had all but gone off milk until I was turned on to cravendale 4 years ago. It is worth paying that little bit extra for because it taste so good!
#34
the only reason it has a good date and last's longer is because it is filtered more thoroughilly hence removing more bacteria
#35
good stuff! got two of the bad boys in the fridge the now! like to stock up!
also at scumerfield me thinks!
#36
frazinho
good stuff! got two of the bad boys in the fridge the now! like to stock up!
also at scumerfield me thinks!


Excuse me you pinched my avator :x :giggle:

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