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Makes you wonder how the big supermarkets display theirs as great value for [on average] £1.53

Even beats Aldi @ £1.09 for one.
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#1
Nearest Farm Foods is 5 miles away from me :-(

Hot deal, but I think I'll stick to Somerfields 2ltrs for £1.00.
#2
Makes you wonder how the big supermarkets display theirs as great value for [on average] £1.53

I know it's not the purpose of this site,but sometimes perhaps we should be thinking of how the producers can possibly make any money when prices come down too far ? Eventually our choices will be less when all the small producers of various products are bankrupt,and only the big players are left to charge what they like.
It is happening already when somerfields for example are turned into a co-op store. The number of available brands in co-op is less,because many items are own label and so you cannot buy the one you used to.
Perhaps the chinese will one day tell us that everything we want from them is now 10 times more expensive,or go without. After a few years when industries all over the world have closed down, the chinese could easily force us to dance to their tune...scary thought,so enjoy your bargains now while you still can ??
#3
No, you haven't thought it through enough, the producers will be getting the same money from tesco and farmfoods.

Its just that farmfoods wil have a 7% mark up where tesco will say its saving the farmers and have a 700% mark up! And put all that money in in its coffers.
#4
3 litres at tesco for £1 with their 0.75% fat milk which is quite nice.
#5
The choice is full or semi with this deal.
#6
As a milkman I sell pint glass and plastic 2 litres... I sell the 2 Litre jugs at 2.04 just gone up last week from 1.94. I still manage to sell approx 80 a week...... gawd knows how.
#7
Ellie Phant
As a milkman I sell pint glass and plastic 2 litres... I sell the 2 Litre jugs at 2.04 just gone up last week from 1.94. I still manage to sell approx 80 a week...... gawd knows how.


It's the "value add", it's not always about price, but this is not the right forum for "value add" - shame (and keep up the good work) :-D
#8
Would rather spend £1.09 for four pints in Lidl and buy milk that bears the red tractor logo.

Wouldn't like to see the state of the cattle and the farms this farmfoods milk is produced at.
#9
Iceland 4 pints for a quid !
#10
Im a farmfoods employee


http://img687.imageshack.us/img687/7708/fatcow1.th.jpg
#11
musicman
:roll:


What's wrong with that? Granted if you have very little money then buy farmfoods milk and think nothing of it but if you can spare an extra 10p, why throw ethics out of the window for the sake of that?

The Red Tractor scheme is a great scheme, any support for it among the public is greatly appreciated. They do a lot of good work ensuring high standards are met.
#12
I find it weird how a staple food stuff like milk can become cheaper over the last couple of years and something like bread has been put up so a £1 a loaf is the norm.
#13
You can also get the Robert Wiseman Dairies The One ( 1% fat) Milk 4 pints for £1.50. Alternative to semi-skimmed milk, without compromising on the favour and texture, we have been on it since xmas and it is no different really to semi-skimmed. Farmfoods is defo best place for milk and Hovis bread (2 loaves for £1.50).

http://www.wiseman-dairies.co.uk/our-milk/the-one/
#14
sotomonkey
Would rather spend £1.09 for four pints in Lidl and buy milk that bears the red tractor logo.

Wouldn't like to see the state of the cattle and the farms this farmfoods milk is produced at.


i imagine farmfoods 'kingsmill' bread thats 2 for a pound is different to the kingsmill in tesco too :-D:?
#15
bauer
i imagine farmfoods 'kingsmill' bread thats 2 for a pound is different to the kingsmill in tesco too :-D:?


Branded products are different. This is 'own brand' milk. Farm foods have chosen not to source their milk from farms that adhere to the strict standards of the Red Tractor scheme.

The farmfoods milk is effectively a different product. It's all milk but there's added value in the Lidl milk.

It's not that much extra cost mind. By buying it from Lidl, you're still saving around 40p off the major supermarket prices. This isn't specific to Lidl, I just can't find semi-skimmed milk that bears the red tractor cheaper anywhere else.
#16
How many more times is this going to be posted :roll:
#17
xJayJayx89
3 litres at tesco for £1 with their 0.75% fat milk which is quite nice.

Apart from the fact that it is about as tasty as skimmed milk - this offer fluctuates a lot in price between 1.00 and 1.50, and it is not always available. Personally I still think that 3l is too much, and I prefer the full fat milk from Farmfoods anyway.
#18
Anyone else see the program about how there is pus and blood in pasteurized milk , haven't drunk milk since.
http://img704.imageshack.us/img704/5838/gotpus.jpg
#19
pus and blood????? oh my God, Realy? do you have any link for that? I've been making the most of this Farm foods offer, and been buying 3 times more milk than I usually do. And I been Drinking it like hell. Nesquik is not only for kids and it tastes lovely. But Pus and Blood. I hope upon Hope its not true, otherwise I've been drinkin pus and blood 3 time more than I usually do.
#20
:)been on since way before christmas great buy
#21
here's a link http://www.rense.com/general26/milk.htm but there's more info if you google it, i used to love milk but knowing this put me right off.
#22
What a load of BS. Do you eat meat?? Loads of blood in that. If you like your steak raw then there will be even red blood you can see. Puss is basically white blood cells that have congealed (spelling). It's part of the blood. Yes. there may be hormones found in cows milk. Did anyone really suspect different?!?! It's from a living animal FFS! There are still hormone traces in meat.
This type of document (linked too by the above poster) is just so somebody can justify thier annual salary and/or is a vegan to the extreme and wants to turn as many people as possible to that.
Propaganda to the extreme.

I for one don't fancy using anything else on my conflakes or in my hot drinks. Whats the alternative? Water. What, with all that flouride in it and cleaning agent traces?! Shock horror.. Oh yeah ,what about using powdered artificial milk instead- check that stuff out for chemical content. Yeah, could happily go to a rave on that stuff if you really took it all in.
#23
Great deal - Lads (bless them) go through the milk no end. Heat added and i'm off down the shop :)
#24
Its Robert Wiseman milk that farmfoods sell......not own brand so great price!!
#25
Holte_ender
What a load of BS. Do you eat meat?? Loads of blood in that. If you like your steak raw then there will be even red blood you can see. Puss is basically white blood cells that have congealed (spelling). It's part of the blood. Yes. there may be hormones found in cows milk. Did anyone really suspect different?!?! It's from a living animal FFS! There are still hormone traces in meat.
This type of document (linked too by the above poster) is just so somebody can justify thier annual salary and/or is a vegan to the extreme and wants to turn as many people as possible to that.
Propaganda to the extreme.

I for one don't fancy using anything else on my conflakes or in my hot drinks. Whats the alternative? Water. What, with all that flouride in it and cleaning agent traces?! Shock horror.. Oh yeah ,what about using powdered artificial milk instead- check that stuff out for chemical content. Yeah, could happily go to a rave on that stuff if you really took it all in.

Probably is a load of BS but it put me off, i probably wouldn't eat if i knew what went into our food.
#26
Hermano
Probably is a load of BS but it put me off, i probably wouldn't eat if i knew what went into our food.


Almost everything we eat will have something questionable in somebody's eyes in it. Does it really do us any harm in the quantities it is consumed??
Mushrooms. They grow out of the dirt. Very often get them with dirt on. Is it 'clean' dirt? I duno. I eat em and love em.
Same can be said for most stuff grown and sold in shops.

The main part I don't get is..If you eat meat, you eat blood. Simple.

It's up to the individual how they interpret this however if they go to the extreme of cutting something out of thier diet all together because they know what it contains and they don't like it, (In this case blood, pus etc) then there is a very high chance they won't live very long.
I see this as scare-mongering to be honest. No need for it at all.

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