Heinz NURTURE Follow-on Milk for only £2.24 on the till at Tesco (in-store) - HotUKDeals
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I've been to my local tesco and I bought Heinz nurture (Gentle for sensitive tummies) Follow-on Milk 900g, on the shelf the price was £4.48 (half price) but when scanned on the till it came up only £2.24!!! that is half the half price.
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Awful glad that follow on milk wasnt available when my 18 yr old was a baby... its completely unnecessary. Havent voted though.
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But if your not breastfeeding then they have got to drink something??????

Think one of the reasons to call it 'follow on milk' is that formula is not allowed to be discounted or promoted. Hot price, this will save some folks a fortune!
#3
[QUOTE=therealslimkaty]Awful glad that follow on milk wasnt available when my 18 yr old was a baby... its completely unnecessary. Havent voted though.[/QUOTE

how do you know it is unnecessary? have you done your research on the quality of this formula milk compared to 18year ago? follow on milk is NOT and never should be a replacement for breast milk, but compared to cows milk, this is in a different league. a balanced diet of course will give most of the vitamins needed but for families on low income this is not always possible. everything your child needs in good milk is in these modern day formulas. it also actually works out slightly cheaper than full fat cows milk when the deals are on, and there is always some deal on, so there is no reason not to use it.

its easy to criticise when you dont know the facts.
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nelson;4980163
[QUOTE=therealslimkaty]Awful glad that follow on milk wasnt available when my 18 yr old was a baby... its completely unnecessary. Havent voted though.[/QUOTE

how do you know it is unnecessary? have you done your research on the quality of this formula milk compared to 18year ago? follow on milk is NOT and never should be a replacement for breast milk, but compared to cows milk, this is in a different league. a balanced diet of course will give most of the vitamins needed but for families on low income this is not always possible. everything your child needs in good milk is in these modern day formulas. it also actually works out slightly cheaper than full fat cows milk when the deals are on, and there is always some deal on, so there is no reason not to use it.

its easy to criticise when you dont know the facts.

A spirited defense of a pretty rotten product.
As mentioned above this is completely unnecessary, a marketing con to squeeze more money out of concerned parents.
A balanced diet does give you all the vits and mins you need- and every study I've read over recent years tells me that the average child in the UK has precisely this.
Supplemented vitamins and minerals have no proven health benefit and have on occasion proven to be harmful to health. I'm talking the results of proper controlled studies here, published and peer reviewed by world experts- not some scaremongering Daily-Mail style screaming headline about our unhealthy kids.
The biggest reason not to use it is clear: its a con.
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Rep to you Mascherano.
#6
nelson;4980163
[QUOTE=therealslimkaty]Awful glad that follow on milk wasnt available when my 18 yr old was a baby... its completely unnecessary. Havent voted though.[/QUOTE

how do you know it is unnecessary? have you done your research on the quality of this formula milk compared to 18year ago? follow on milk is NOT and never should be a replacement for breast milk, but compared to cows milk, this is in a different league. a balanced diet of course will give most of the vitamins needed but for families on low income this is not always possible. everything your child needs in good milk is in these modern day formulas. it also actually works out slightly cheaper than full fat cows milk when the deals are on, and there is always some deal on, so there is no reason not to use it.

its easy to criticise when you dont know the facts.


I never said at any point that I used formula milk 18 years ago....

It's FOLLOW ON milk - ie.. AFTER a baby doesn't need breast or formula milk any more, hence my comment. And if a family are that poor they will get free milk, but not free follow on milk.

I still believe fully that its completely unneccessary.
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Mascherano;4980702
[QUOTE=nelson]
A spirited defense of a pretty rotten product.
As mentioned above this is completely unnecessary, a marketing con to squeeze more money out of concerned parents.
A balanced diet does give you all the vits and mins you need- and every study I've read over recent years tells me that the average child in the UK has precisely this.
Supplemented vitamins and minerals have no proven health benefit and have on occasion proven to be harmful to health. I'm talking the results of proper controlled studies here, published and peer reviewed by world experts- not some scaremongering Daily-Mail style screaming headline about our unhealthy kids.
The biggest reason not to use it is clear: its a con.


Thankyou! and hear, hear! :)
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therealslimkaty;4988941
[QUOTE=nelson]

I never said at any point that I used formula milk 18 years ago....

It's FOLLOW ON milk - ie.. AFTER a baby doesn't need breast or formula milk any more, hence my comment. And if a family are that poor they will get free milk, but not free follow on milk.

I still believe fully that its completely unneccessary.


And I never said at any point that you DID use formula milk 18 years ago.

All i'm saying is that the daily vitamin and mineral your child needs for development is in this product. That is a fact. Cow's milk has a fraction of it what's needed. It's not always easy to give a balanced diet, such as if your child is fussy or refuses to eat it, at least you know with this they are getting what they need. Poorer families find it even harder to maintain a constant balanced diet. When their child reaches 1 year old the number of free milk tokens they receive, which can also be used for fruit and veg, is halved. But like i said, it does work out cheaper than cows milk per bottle in the long run. Given that, what is the problem with using it if for that reason alone?

Although i should add that it only works out cheaper if one of the stores has a good deal on. And buying cows milk in the big 4 pint bottles makes that cheaper.

Obviously people have different views on it and that's fair enough.
#9
I am an overseas student and i have 2 children, the older just passed the 2 years old and youngest is about 7 months, i have no any free milk or tokens! that deals will be very nice to many like me.

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