Cravendale Purfiltre Fresh Filtered Milk 2 litre bottles, all varieties now £1.25 @ Asda (was £1.66) - HotUKDeals
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Cravendale Purfiltre Fresh Filtered Milk 2 litre bottles, all varieties now £1.25 @ Asda (was £1.66)

£1.25 @ George (Asda George)
Noticed in Asda yesterday that Cravendale Purfiltre Fresh Filtered Milk 2 litre bottles, all varieties were now priced at £1.25 instead of £1.66. Yes I know I can get milk cheaper such as £1 @ Farm… Read More
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
Noticed in Asda yesterday that Cravendale Purfiltre Fresh Filtered Milk 2 litre bottles, all varieties were now priced at £1.25 instead of £1.66.

Yes I know I can get milk cheaper such as £1 @ Farmfoods but this milk tastes better and lasts longer.

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#1
I love this milk, buy it everytime there is a special offer on it.
#2
good spot, Tesco's own version is £2.60 for 2 bottles, and that's there offer price!!.
#3
Brilliant milk i have to buy it even when its not on offer it's that good.
#4
H&R from me I buy this milk religiously and that fact it is cheaper is even better!!!:-D
#5
Bingohomer
H&R from me I buy this milk religiously and that fact it is cheaper is even better!!!:-D


Is asda open today...how do i find out if my local one is at Pudsey leeds
#6
hot hot hot a 40p saving wow so hot offer of the year!
#7
here they go again, they used to be 2 for £2 then £1 each... soon tesco will do it, its the same every few months, price fixing... lol
#8
#9
I think only Sainsburys is open today until 6pm. I know ASDA and Tesco are closed
#10
2 for £2.50 in morrisons

nice milk :)
#11
The main reason Cravendale tastes better than "ordinary" milk is the higher sugar content/lower fat content than ordinary milk.
#12
Yep, got two in Morrisons yesterday, works out the same price, you a get a nice long date on it too.
#13
AndyToys;3916184
The main reason Cravendale tastes better than "ordinary" milk is the higher sugar content/lower fat content than ordinary milk.
I did wonder! Is this the Sunny D(elight) of the milk world? :)
#14
AndyToys
The main reason Cravendale tastes better than "ordinary" milk is the higher sugar content/lower fat content than ordinary milk.


Wrong. It is micro-filtered to remove more of the contaminants you might have in ordinary milk (although ordinary milk is fine). Cravendale whole, semi and skimmed milk has as much fat as ordinary milk. There are legal minimums for each of these standards of milk, although the goverment recently relaxed this, which is why you can now have milk marketed as 1% milk and you will also soon get milk marketed as 2% and 3% milk.
#15
wow a 40p saving
#16
unclecuddles;3916610
Wrong. It is micro-filtered to remove more of the contaminants you might have in ordinary milk.
Like what exactly?
(although ordinary milk is fine)
Hmm - 'nuff said. Looks like a solution looking for a problem to me!
#17
Cold. There's been a better deal in Sainsbury's for months on 1% fat milk. 4 pints for £1.
#18
Nobby99;3916899
Cold. There's been a better deal in Sainsbury's for months on 1% fat milk. 4 pints for £1.
Tsk - this is special milk which as been through a "purfiltre" (sic) to remove ghosts, ghoulies, weapons of mass destruction* and reds under the bed. You simply can't compare the two.

*although not words of mass deception
#19
pibpob
Tsk - this is special milk which as been through a "purfiltre" (sic) to remove ghosts, ghoulies, weapons of mass destruction* and reds under the bed. You simply can't compare the two.

*although not words of mass deception


'Special milk' - pants. Don't beleive the marketing hype.
This is only one step up from UHT; real fresh milk will always be better....
#20
unclecuddles;3916610
Wrong. It is micro-filtered to remove more of the contaminants you might have in ordinary milk (although ordinary milk is fine). Cravendale whole, semi and skimmed milk has as much fat as ordinary milk.

So...if you remove various "things" from milk, how can the % constitution of what's left remain unchanged?
#21
Nobby99;3916971
'Special milk' - pants. Don't beleive the marketing hype.
Sorry - I evidently forgot the ":roll:" in my posting. :)
#22
nice.
#23
This tastes no different to "ordinary" milk, unlike the UHT ****, but lasts forever. I used to buy cheaper milk but threw more away than I drank due to it going off after a couple of days.

Before putting this down because of it's normally more expensive price compare the use by date to the other milk alongside it.
#24
AndyToys
So...if you remove various "things" from milk, how can the % constitution of what's left remain unchanged?

"Things" like bacteria, micro-particles of fat, or other cells. Raw milk contains around 4% fat and dairies process the milk to remove the fat until it is down to a standard level. For whole milk this is approx 3.5% fat, for semi it is around 1.5% and skim is as close to zero as possible. The surplus fat is valuable and as a by-product it is used for butter or cream. It is therefore in the dairies interest to remove as much fat as possible, whilst staying above the minimum standard. Nothing is added to milk during the process apart from skimmed milk or cream to balance the fat content (no water, no sugar, nothing) - the only exception to this is milk which has extra additives, like omega 3. Cravendale is pasturised like ordinary milk and is not UHT. Paturised milk is heat treated before packing, whereas UHT is heat treated very quickly in its container which helps it last that little bit longer. Sterilised milk (remember that?) is also heat treated in the bottle (basically baked), which caramelises the sugars and gives it a funny taste.

As you have probably guessed, I work for a dairy (and I used to work for the dairy that produced Cravendale), and whilst our milk is not micro-filtered, it is filtered and clarified to remove as many impurities as possible. There is not that much difference between the filtration process, but that little bit extra that is done helps to make Cravendale last about a week longer than ordinary milk.
#25
A saving of 41p. We need to vote this hot like there's no tomorrow. We need this to be the hottest deal in Hot UK Deals history.

I'm glad I found this. With a saving of 41p, I think this is going to be my year. What a great start.
#26
i love this milk!

Shaiya
A saving of 41p. We need to vote this hot like there's no tomorrow. We need this to be the hottest deal in Hot UK Deals history.

I'm glad I found this. With a saving of 41p, I think this is going to be my year. What a great start.

um dont worry this deal is hot. a saving is a saving. especially if your buying more than one. 41p off will save you a few quid! :thumbsup:
#27
"Cravendale tastes so good the cows want it back".... ok.... WTH is this..... a deal on milk.... yippeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee cheap milk.... YIPPPPPPPPPPEEEEEEEE. Save money on milk...... will the grocery deals ever stop?
#28
coolpix800;3917675
This tastes no different to "ordinary" milk, unlike the UHT ****, but lasts forever. I used to buy cheaper milk but threw more away than I drank due to it going off after a couple of days.

Before putting this down because of it's normally more expensive price compare the use by date to the other milk alongside it.

Yep, this more be more expensive at the till, but in the long run it saves me money simply because it lasts so long.

Great deal.
#29
Cravendale FAQ
#30
neal;3924818
Cravendale FAQ
Not much information. So we've established that it lasts longer than normal milk. That seems to be the only advantage.
#31
expired in ASDA Leeds

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