Milka Chocolate 100g bars, all varieties. Half price, 48p @ Morrisons - HotUKDeals
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Was in Morrisons earlier and they had all varieties of Milka chocolate 100g bars for only 48p, reduced from 99p

They Had:

Chocolate,
Nut,
Daim (very nice) and more
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#1
just went to morrison in peckham. It still had milka for full price. Maybe this isnt nationwide?
#2
kaishou
just went to morrison in peckham. It still had milka for full price. Maybe this isnt nationwide?


I posted this deal a few weeks ago but it was ment to finish last Sunday 16th but I think some stores still have some of the stock left over and so are still selling it at half price so it probably wont be nationwide thats why I didn't unexpire my post for it
#3
kaishou
just went to morrison in peckham. It still had milka for full price. Maybe this isnt nationwide?


Should be nationwide, seen it in 2 stores the same price :) possibly an old ticket on display?
#4
Hot deal! i'm gonna have to stock up on this.

Milka is loads nicer than Cadbury's IMO, Cadbury's may use proper milk but it doesn't compare to well known branded chocolate from Switzerland or Belgium like Milka, Toblerone, Suchard, Lindt etc
#5
it has been of this price on and off since it launched in december...
and free coupons available on milka website..
#6
If you just like the milk variety they have 380g bars in home bargains for £1.29, I know because we got some last Sunday, just eaten the last piece of my bar...yummy!
#7
I know these appear alot here, but the Daim one is v nice indeed! is 30% cocoa in these as well, as opposed to the 20% of Dairy Milk.
#8
same offer at sainsburys
#9
This intensive cheap chocolate promotion is part of a foul plot by Kraft to make Cadbury's Dairy Milk play second fiddle to their existing Milka brand, which incidentally, is made using powdered milk. It must be true, the Daily Mail said so! Careful for what you wish for people and dont let these johnny foreigners destroy yet another great British tradition. FACT: 7 out of 10 europeans regularly drink that foul UHT milk. FACT: 95% of french milk consumption is UHT milk. Dont believe me? then look it up in wikipedia. Wake up, before it's too late.
#11
holymoly
Hot deal! i'm gonna have to stock up on this.

Milka is loads nicer than Cadbury's IMO, Cadbury's may use proper milk but it doesn't compare to well known branded chocolate from Switzerland or Belgium like Milka, Toblerone, Suchard, Lindt etc


Milka is owned by American Kraft who are known to use cheaper ingredients. In fact, US chocoloate would not be permitted ordinarilly for sale in the UK due to much lower cocoa content for a start. The taste of Cadbury is far superior and even professional chocolate makers (UK's most famous for one) say so.
#12
Dairy Milk has vegetable fat in to bulk it up :/ They are both owned by Kraft now anyway....
#13
fluffy-k
Dairy Milk has vegetable fat in to bulk it up :/ They are both owned by Kraft now anyway....


Forgive them lord, they doth do not know what they do
#14
Lammy118
same offer at sainsburys


No , thats finished now
#15
Daim/dime bar flavour is gorgeous! mmmmm
#16
guv
Is your avi you? :w00t::p


Thankfully not, I'm a size 12-14 :p I don't think that amount split over a week is too bad for a slight chocoholic!
#17
Blanco
Milka is owned by American Kraft who are known to use cheaper ingredients. In fact, US chocoloate would not be permitted ordinarilly for sale in the UK due to much lower cocoa content for a start. The taste of Cadbury is far superior and even professional chocolate makers (UK's most famous for one) say so.


Milka was created in 1901 in Austria, by Swiss chocolatier Philippe Suchard. Yes it's now owned by Kraft...but so is Cadbury's and Toblerone, neither of which are American originally. Cadbury's is very average and full of veg oil, as is Thornton's. You'll not find a professional chocolatier who prefers Cadbury's :roll:

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