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Milk - 4pints (2.3L) - 99p @ Aldi !

£0.99 @ ALDI
Both whole milk and half fat have been this price for a week or two now. Always good to find substantial savings on staple diet items. Also same price at Pound shop. Still £1.50 at main supermarkets… Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Both whole milk and half fat have been this price for a week or two now. Always good to find substantial savings on staple diet items. Also same price at Pound shop. Still £1.50 at main supermarkets.
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#1
Whoops..... suppose should have made it clear somewhere that this is ALDI...... sorry.
#2
Been a pound in Iceland for months.
Good deal though.
#3
criky18
Whoops..... suppose should have made it clear somewhere that this is ALDI...... sorry.

Perhaps edit into title along with price...helps those viewing in text only.
#4
Thanks Cuzzy. Not very good in these damned flying machines !
#5
££ JASE ££;6624281
Been a pound in Iceland for months.
Good deal though.


also @ PoundLand (Wiseman dairy ) :)
#6
Will someone not think of the poor cows, being kept in cages and forced to lay milk all day?!
Good deal btw at both Aldi & Iceland :thumbsup:
#7
madmattie2k
Will someone not think of the poor cows, being kept in cages and forced to lay milk all day?!
Good deal btw at both Aldi & Iceland :thumbsup:


And the farmers,being paid ? to produce it.
Soapbox away.
Hot deal.:thumbsup:
#8
££ JASE ££;6624281
Been a pound in Iceland for months.
Good deal though.


And Iceland milk will last much better than Aldi.
#9
stamfordblue
And Iceland milk will last much better than Aldi.


And why is that ?
#10
stamfordblue
And Iceland milk will last much better than Aldi.


Are you drunk?
I wasn't comparing milk, was just pointing out somewhere else you can get it for (nearly) the same price.

Another person posting to get his post count up methinks :roll:
#11
Its a pound in Farmfoods also folks
#12
Robert21
And the farmers,being paid ? to produce it.
Soapbox away.
Hot deal.:thumbsup:


Not quite sure what you are inferring, but you may wish to read http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/8103119.stm.
#13
I see milk....................but no cheese? :?

http://www.gamesetwatch.com/mcheese.jpg
#15
madmattie2k
Not quite sure what you are inferring, but you may wish to read http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/8103119.stm.


Yep, read it.
This bit looks relevant-
http://i622.photobucket.com/albums/tt303/999ROBERT666/milk.jpg
#16
Aldi managed to catch me out this morning. I thought I'd picked up my usual 1 litre semi-skimmed bottle for 49p. When I got home, the bottle was too tall to stand up in the fridge, and it seems I had bought a 'lookalike' 2 pint bottle for 69p. I hope this doesn't mean they've stopped doing the old 1 litre bottles.
#17
I did exactly the same thing today and I'm livid. Was told the price had gone up on Sunday. Although the 4 pints is cheaper I prefer the 2litre size as handier. Couldn't face getting a refund and then buying the 4 pints though!
banned#18
wiseman milk in farmfoods is £1 always has been
#19
johnmurraymints
wiseman milk in farmfoods is £1 always has been


its only 2 litres though
#20
See , the farmers need to learn how to market thier milk and stop selling to supermarkets. I would be happy that my £1 went to a farmer intead of a supermarket chain.
#21
This was posted on here over a week ago!!
#22
I personally think the farmers should open up their own milk shops. I mean if they have a product that 98% of the population require everyday, then surely you could create shops that sell only that - milk or milk products?

Cut out the middle man I say. I'll give the whole £1 to the farmers and the processor.
#23
Only 2 Litres is Pounland too.
#24
sotomonkey
I personally think the farmers should open up their own milk shops. I mean if they have a product that 98% of the population require everyday, then surely you could create shops that sell only that - milk or milk products?

Cut out the middle man I say. I'll give the whole £1 to the farmers and the processor.


The farmer opposite us sells his own milk. Comes round in his van every other day. It costs a bit more than the supermarkets but we support him.
#25
LIDL is 99p for 4 pints / 2.2??? L
#26
Good for you supporting the dairy farmers - we have a lot of Neibours going out of dairy and they have spent huge amounts in Money and time
#27
deanos
And why is that ?


Just lasts longer in my experience.Easily lasts a week, whereas I've had milk from Aldi that's going off after 4-5 days.

££ JASE ££;6625876
Are you drunk?
I wasn't comparing milk, was just pointing out somewhere else you can get it for (nearly) the same price.

Another person posting to get his post count up methinks :roll:


Drunk? What a stupid comment.

Your deal isn't hot.
If everyone did as you've done, the board would be flooded with loads of "you can get it from here at virtually the same price" deals :roll:
If it was 65p or even 75p it would be a hot deal.
And as for me getting my post count up..what for?
Makes no diiference to me what my post count is!
#28
stamfordblue
Just lasts longer in my experience.Easily lasts a week, whereas I've had milk from Aldi that's going off after 4-5 days.



Strange seing as it comes from the same dairy ! (Robert Wiseman)
#29
sotomonkey
I personally think the farmers should open up their own milk shops. I mean if they have a product that 98% of the population require everyday, then surely you could create shops that sell only that - milk or milk products?

Cut out the middle man I say. I'll give the whole £1 to the farmers and the processor.


They did have there own Co-Op "Dairy Farmers Of Britain" but it went bust recently

http://www.fwi.co.uk/Articles/2009/06/03/115931/dairy-farmers-of-britain-in-receivership.html
#30
stamfordblue
Just lasts longer in my experience.Easily lasts a week, whereas I've had milk from Aldi that's going off after 4-5 days.



Drunk? What a stupid comment.

Your deal isn't hot.
If everyone did as you've done, the board would be flooded with loads of "you can get it from here at virtually the same price" deals :roll:
If it was 65p or even 75p it would be a hot deal.
And as for me getting my post count up..what for?
Makes no diiference to me what my post count is!


Well some people don't have an Aldi local, and can get to Iceland easily and vice versa.
Whats the point moaning about this, im only trying to help!!

I, incidentally think 99p for 4 pints of milk IS a HOT deal anyway. :thumbsup:
#31
Incidentally Poundland have started having Robert Wiseman Milk ( semi & whole ) 2 litres for £1 and it"s freshly delivered by me as i work for them !!
#32
stamfordblue:
Just lasts longer in my experience.Easily lasts a week, whereas I've had milk from Aldi that's going off after 4-5 days.


RUBBISH ! I work for Robert Wiseman Dairies and we deliver to both stores from the same warehouse , milk from the same dairy and same farm !
#33
Am I right in saying that the milk that you often buy from corner shops (from wiseman), often doesn't have the red tractor label on it?
#34
I've just checked and the Iceland milk doesn't have the red tractor. The Lidl milk however does and that's 99p at the moment I think, so it's better to buy the milk there. Can someone tell me whether the Aldi milk has it?

http://www.redtractor.org.uk/site/REDT/Templates/Home.aspx?pageid=1&cc=GB

It's important as the tractor means that proper hygeine, safety and animal protection standards have been maintained.
#35
Sainsburys £1 milk has it for sure
#36
sotomonkey
Am I right in saying that the milk that you often buy from corner shops (from wiseman), often doesn't have the red tractor label on it?


Can't you just draw a picture of a tractor on it if it bothers you so much ?

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