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Cravendale Semi Skimmed, Whole & Skimmed Milk 2 litre for just £1.00 in store and online in ASDA

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£1 each for 2L of ANY Cravendale whole, semi Skimmed & Skimmed milk at ASDA in store & online Read More
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£1 each for 2L of ANY Cravendale whole, semi Skimmed & Skimmed milk at ASDA in store & online
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finknottle
Cheap, but can't help wondering how much of that £1 goes to the dairy farmers... Still, it won't bother Arla (the owner of Cravendale) if some of them go out of business, since it's the 7th-largest dairy conglomerate in the world, has a near monopoly in the Scandinavian market, and is now pushing to extend that monopoly to the U.K.
Sorry, all untrue! :(

Cravendale (& all Arla dairy products) are owned by the dairy farmer! Arla is a dairy cooperative & so all 'profits' are returned to us! We are very proud to be Arla dairy farmers.

Cravendale is made with milk from the 2,700 British Arla dairy farmer owners.
See http://www.arlafoods.co.uk/overview/farmer-owned/arla-farmer-owned-cooperative/


bog standard non "pure" milk easily keeps for a week. Not sure there's much point buying this stuff if you drink so little that it's sitting there for longer than that, unless you live miles from the nearest shop...
No idea about how long standard milk lasts as we drink it straight from the tank!
Cravendale stays fresh for 21 days unopened, and seven days once opened. 8)


Arla tanker picking up our milk.
https://s14.postimg.org/qbbqcya8h/ARLA_TANKER_c.jpg

The "Farmer Owned" logo tells you a product is made with milk from the farmer owners of Arla dairy cooperative. 8)


It's great to hear about everyone who loves Cravendale.
Thank you for supporting us - it's greatly appreciated. <3

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4 Likes #1
Hot :D only milk I will drink nice one
4 Likes #2
Does cravendale taste better than supermarket milk?
2 Likes #3
bo84gle
Does cravendale taste better than supermarket milk?

Little creamier though its saving grace is that it's far less likely to skunk in the summer than supermarket milk
2 Likes #4
7 days after opening still ok to drink
#5
grrrrrrrrrrr was there today and didn't check the price. :(
1 Like #6
shabbird
grrrrrrrrrrr was there today and didn't check the price. :(


Well that's just naughty
1 Like #7
havent seen it this cheap for ages. heat
4 Likes #8
bo84gle
Does cravendale taste better than supermarket milk?


100%. It's like milk silk

Edited By: prash_2k on Nov 17, 2016 20:59: -
1 Like #9
bo84gle
Does cravendale taste better than supermarket milk?


yes it does and it stays fresher longer
1 Like #10
prash_2k
bo84gle
Does cravendale taste better than supermarket milk?


100%. It's like milk silk


agreed :-)
1 Like #11
I'll try one tomorrow and compare it to a four pinter from farm foods at 75p.
1 Like #12
ciarandanielbyrne1
I'll try one tomorrow and compare it to a four pinter from farm foods at 75p.


I have been paying more than that at FF recently.
1 Like #13
Dammit, I JUST stocked up on the 2 for £3 offer.
#14
Good price since Asda 2L went up to 99p. Might try this when I need milk.
#15
Cheap, but can't help wondering how much of that £1 goes to the dairy farmers... Still, it won't bother Arla (the owner of Cravendale) if some of them go out of business, since it's the 7th-largest dairy conglomerate in the world, has a near monopoly in the Scandinavian market, and is now pushing to extend that monopoly to the U.K.

Rant over (_;)

Also, bog standard non "pure" milk easily keeps for a week. Not sure there's much point buying this stuff if you drink so little that it's sitting there for longer than that, unless you live miles from the nearest shop...
1 Like #16
thanks op
1 Like #17
Hot.. Just stocked up. Thanks
1 Like #18
I love milk!!! I could drink a whole cow.
2 Likes #19
Most importantly produced by British herds.
#20
Hot deal, normally pay £1.60
#21
bo84gle
Does cravendale taste better than supermarket milk?

I only have hot milk with cereal and it tastes the same to me.
11 Likes #22
finknottle
Cheap, but can't help wondering how much of that £1 goes to the dairy farmers... Still, it won't bother Arla (the owner of Cravendale) if some of them go out of business, since it's the 7th-largest dairy conglomerate in the world, has a near monopoly in the Scandinavian market, and is now pushing to extend that monopoly to the U.K.
Sorry, all untrue! :(

Cravendale (& all Arla dairy products) are owned by the dairy farmer! Arla is a dairy cooperative & so all 'profits' are returned to us! We are very proud to be Arla dairy farmers.

Cravendale is made with milk from the 2,700 British Arla dairy farmer owners.
See http://www.arlafoods.co.uk/overview/farmer-owned/arla-farmer-owned-cooperative/


bog standard non "pure" milk easily keeps for a week. Not sure there's much point buying this stuff if you drink so little that it's sitting there for longer than that, unless you live miles from the nearest shop...
No idea about how long standard milk lasts as we drink it straight from the tank!
Cravendale stays fresh for 21 days unopened, and seven days once opened. 8)


Arla tanker picking up our milk.
https://s14.postimg.org/qbbqcya8h/ARLA_TANKER_c.jpg

The "Farmer Owned" logo tells you a product is made with milk from the farmer owners of Arla dairy cooperative. 8)


It's great to hear about everyone who loves Cravendale.
Thank you for supporting us - it's greatly appreciated. <3
#23
milk2gogo
finknottle
Cheap, but can't help wondering how much of that £1 goes to the dairy farmers... Still, it won't bother Arla (the owner of Cravendale) if some of them go out of business, since it's the 7th-largest dairy conglomerate in the world, has a near monopoly in the Scandinavian market, and is now pushing to extend that monopoly to the U.K.
Sorry, all untrue! :(
Cravendale (& all Arla dairy products) are owned by the dairy farmer! Arla is a dairy cooperative & so all 'profits' are returned to us! We are very proud to be Arla dairy farmers.
Cravendale is made with milk from the 2,700 British Arla dairy farmer owners.
See http://www.arlafoods.co.uk/overview/farmer-owned/arla-farmer-owned-cooperative/
bog standard non "pure" milk easily keeps for a week. Not sure there's much point buying this stuff if you drink so little that it's sitting there for longer than that, unless you live miles from the nearest shop...
No idea about how long standard milk lasts as we drink it straight from the tank!
Cravendale stays fresh for 21 days unopened, and seven days once opened. 8)
Arla tanker picking up our milk.https://s14.postimg.org/qbbqcya8h/ARLA_TANKER_c.jpg
The "Farmer Owned" logo tells you a product is made with milk from the farmer owners of Arla dairy cooperative. 8)
It's great to hear about everyone who loves Cravendale.
Thank you for supporting us - it's greatly appreciated. <3
Would be interesting to hear from a dairy farmer's point of view the difference between organic and non organic milk as I now only drink organic after hearing about the multitude of drugs and growth hormones etc found in regular milk compared to organic ( if you have time of course).


Edited By: bigpappasmurf13 on Nov 18, 2016 10:47: .
1 Like #24
bigpappasmurf13
milk2gogo
finknottle
Cheap, but can't help wondering how much of that £1 goes to the dairy farmers... Still, it won't bother Arla (the owner of Cravendale) if some of them go out of business, since it's the 7th-largest dairy conglomerate in the world, has a near monopoly in the Scandinavian market, and is now pushing to extend that monopoly to the U.K.
Sorry, all untrue! :(
Cravendale (& all Arla dairy products) are owned by the dairy farmer! Arla is a dairy cooperative & so all 'profits' are returned to us! We are very proud to be Arla dairy farmers.
Cravendale is made with milk from the 2,700 British Arla dairy farmer owners.
See http://www.arlafoods.co.uk/overview/farmer-owned/arla-farmer-owned-cooperative/
bog standard non "pure" milk easily keeps for a week. Not sure there's much point buying this stuff if you drink so little that it's sitting there for longer than that, unless you live miles from the nearest shop...
No idea about how long standard milk lasts as we drink it straight from the tank!
Cravendale stays fresh for 21 days unopened, and seven days once opened. 8)
Arla tanker picking up our milk.https://s14.postimg.org/qbbqcya8h/ARLA_TANKER_c.jpg
The "Farmer Owned" logo tells you a product is made with milk from the farmer owners of Arla dairy cooperative. 8)
It's great to hear about everyone who loves Cravendale.
Thank you for supporting us - it's greatly appreciated. <3
Would be interesting to hear from a dairy farmer's point of view the difference between organic and non organic milk as I now only drink organic after hearing about the multitude of drugs and puss found in regular milk compared to organic ( if you have time of course).

I just read this & I'm eating porridge,thanks :|
#25
deb8z
bigpappasmurf13
milk2gogo
finknottle
Cheap, but can't help wondering how much of that £1 goes to the dairy farmers... Still, it won't bother Arla (the owner of Cravendale) if some of them go out of business, since it's the 7th-largest dairy conglomerate in the world, has a near monopoly in the Scandinavian market, and is now pushing to extend that monopoly to the U.K.
Sorry, all untrue! :(
Cravendale (& all Arla dairy products) are owned by the dairy farmer! Arla is a dairy cooperative & so all 'profits' are returned to us! We are very proud to be Arla dairy farmers.
Cravendale is made with milk from the 2,700 British Arla dairy farmer owners.
See http://www.arlafoods.co.uk/overview/farmer-owned/arla-farmer-owned-cooperative/
bog standard non "pure" milk easily keeps for a week. Not sure there's much point buying this stuff if you drink so little that it's sitting there for longer than that, unless you live miles from the nearest shop...
No idea about how long standard milk lasts as we drink it straight from the tank!
Cravendale stays fresh for 21 days unopened, and seven days once opened. 8)
Arla tanker picking up our milk.https://s14.postimg.org/qbbqcya8h/ARLA_TANKER_c.jpg
The "Farmer Owned" logo tells you a product is made with milk from the farmer owners of Arla dairy cooperative. 8)
It's great to hear about everyone who loves Cravendale.
Thank you for supporting us - it's greatly appreciated. <3
Would be interesting to hear from a dairy farmer's point of view the difference between organic and non organic milk as I now only drink organic after hearing about the multitude of drugs and puss found in regular milk compared to organic ( if you have time of course).
I just read this & I'm eating porridge,thanks :|
Oh dear oO maybe don't watch 'Food Inc' before your lunch then, next thing you know you'll be a vegan!

Edited By: bigpappasmurf13 on Nov 18, 2016 10:30: .
#26
This is lovely. The aldi long life milk comes from Arla too. only 2 I like.
Tesco one is horrible - tastes 'meaty'
1 Like #27
milk2gogo
Sorry, all untrue! :(
Cravendale (& all Arla dairy products) are owned by the dairy farmer! Arla is a dairy cooperative & so all 'profits' are returned to us! We are very proud to be Arla dairy farmers.
Cravendale is made with milk from the 2,700 British Arla dairy farmer owners.
See http://www.arlafoods.co.uk/overview/farmer-owned/arla-farmer-owned-cooperative/
bog standard non "pure" milk easily keeps for a week. Not sure there's much point buying this stuff if you drink so little that it's sitting there for longer than that, unless you live miles from the nearest shop...
No idea about how long standard milk lasts as we drink it straight from the tank!
Cravendale stays fresh for 21 days unopened, and seven days once opened. 8)
Arla tanker picking up our milk.https://s14.postimg.org/qbbqcya8h/ARLA_TANKER_c.jpg
The "Farmer Owned" logo tells you a product is made with milk from the farmer owners of Arla dairy cooperative. 8)
It's great to hear about everyone who loves Cravendale.
Thank you for supporting us - it's greatly appreciated. <3

You've answered the question I was going to ask. Will be buying Cravendale in future.
3 Likes #28
bigpappasmurf13
Would be interesting to hear from a dairy farmer's point of view the difference between organic and non organic milk as I now only drink organic after hearing about the multitude of drugs and puss found in regular milk compared to organic ( if you have time of course).
Dread to think where you've read that! oO

We're conventional (or non-organic) dairy farmers & I can assure you that there's not a "multitude of drugs & puss" in our milk!
As I've said, we drink our own milk straight from the tank, ie. unpasteurised, & we certainly wouldn't if it wasn't fit to drink!

All farmers use antibiotics, including organic farmers, except they have slightly longer medicine withdrawal periods to adhere to, ie. before the animal's milk can be put in the milk tank to go for consumption.

A sample of milk is taken from every farm collection & tested for antibiotics at the dairy before it is unloaded. If any test is postitive then the whole tanker load is rejected & the milk is returned to the offending farmer for them to dispose of. The farmer is also responsible for the cost of the loss of all the other farmers milk that was in the tanker.

Neither organic or non-organic uses antibiotics unless it's absolutely necessary.
Not only are they very expensive to use & but we're all aware of the potential danger of antibiotic resistance from overuse.

I'm guessing your term 'puss' means white blood cells ..???
If an animal (or human) is unwell their body naturally produces white blood cells to fight the infection.
A cow (or human) will naturally produce extra white blood cells in the area of their mammary glands in response to infection (mastitis).
We test every cow's milk for Somatic Cell Count (SCC) monthly. We usually know (& are treating) any cow with high SCC anyway, but it often is a useful pre-indication of a possible infection before we notice - we do a visual examination of each cow's milk before attaching the milking clusters.
Again every farm's milk tanker collection is tested too.
Our milk price is based on milk quality & cleanliness and so it's not financially viable to be letting high cell count milk into our milk tank.

It all comes down to keeping our cows as healthy as possible so all their milk can be collected by the milk tanker & we can achieve the best possible milk price possible.

Our priority is of course to have happy, healthy cows.
#LoveCows

Any other questions, please ask. :)
#29
The fact this stuff stays fresh for longer can be really useful if you're camping. It stays fresh unrefrigerated for MUCH longer than other milk so it's very handy when you don't have power.
banned#30
£1.80 in my local asda
#31
milk2gogo

Our priority is of course to have happy, healthy cows.

You should add. "we then kill the healthy cows when we do not need them any more. The healthy baby males cows are killed as they do not produce milk."

These cows are not happy.

Edited By: Common Sense on Nov 18, 2016 12:53
#32
is this ok to boil then drink or add to say ovaltine?
2 Likes #33
ssc1
is this ok to boil then drink or add to say ovaltine?

Course! Its just like normal milk :)
1 Like #34
Thanks OP!! My husband can't taste the difference between this milk and normal milk! I sooo can
1 Like #35
I have been buying Cravendale milk for awhile (over a year now)

not going back to normal supermarket milk and plus expiry date is much longer then your normal supermarket milk
#36
Tastes horrible
1 Like #37
thanks! i use to get supermarket milk but have switched to cravendale, after finding it lasts and the expiry date is much longer than supermarket milk!
i worked out i use to get supermarket milk once a week and that would be how long it lasted till it went off, and there would be at least 1/4 bottle left so was a waste, so switched to cravendale and noticed it lasts 2wks, maybe more and works out cheaper for me too :)

Edited By: katxcx on Nov 18, 2016 16:31
#38
katxcx
thanks! i use to get supermarket milk but have switched to cravendale, after finding it lasts and the expiry date is much longer than supermarket milk!
i worked out i use to get supermarket milk once a week and that would be how long it lasted till it went off, and there would be at least 1/4 bottle left so was a waste, so switched to cravendale and noticed it lasts 2wks, maybe more and works out cheaper for me too :)

You have one bottle open for 2 weeks,why didn't you just buy a smaller one X)
#39
deb8z
katxcx
thanks! i use to get supermarket milk but have switched to cravendale, after finding it lasts and the expiry date is much longer than supermarket milk!
i worked out i use to get supermarket milk once a week and that would be how long it lasted till it went off, and there would be at least 1/4 bottle left so was a waste, so switched to cravendale and noticed it lasts 2wks, maybe more and works out cheaper for me too :)
You have one bottle open for 2 weeks,why didn't you just buy a smaller one X)

because i dont think a small 1 (supermarket milk) would last me all week so cravendale works well for me because i know it wont go off after a week and it'll last me



Edited By: katxcx on Nov 18, 2016 16:38
1 Like #40
I know effectively it's all the same stuff (milk) but somehow they make cravendale taste so much nicer than standard milk, it tasted that good it's really no surprise the cows want it back

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