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sainsburys own brand 1% fat milk 4pint bottle only £1.00

£1.00 @ Sainsbury's
bare with me cuz this is my first post!! its been on the shelf for over a week now, not sure how long it will be at this price for. Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
bare with me cuz this is my first post!!

its been on the shelf for over a week now, not sure how long it will be at this price for.
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#1
thanks for sharing
#2
Ill check my store tomorrow

Thanks
#3
its been this price for at least 8 months
#4
southampton_sain
its been this price for at least 8 months


Beat me to it.
#5
Thanks for this!
Great 1st post - not everybody takes note of that fact though ey?

Good spot!
xxx
#6
nah it is a great price. just highlighting its the permanent price, so you dont have to rush down there and stock up... :)
#7
Have been using this for a while (orange top) .......good price.
#8
1 % fat milk? this is horrible,might as well have water with my wettabix, suppose ok for a hot drink though!
#9
used it before and seems similar to semi-skimmed, no where near as bad as the long life stuff.
#10
Aye taste is somewhere between green and blue top milk, and far cheaper. Worth a try anyway at that price to see if you like it at all. But yeah, permanent price.
#11
Lidl are selling Semi-Skimmed 2litre for 97p if you prefer that.
#12
I cant really taste the difference between this and green. Green is 2%, Orange (this) is 1%, Red is 0.1% now red is like having white water! - If you really don't like the orange top milk you can get at variants for £1 at farmfoods.
#13
deanos
Lidl are selling Semi-Skimmed 2litre for 97p if you prefer that.

Farm foods sell full fat and semi skimmed for 1 pound per 2 liters. But actually that is quite a lot more expensive, because 4 pints are 14% more than 2 liters.

About the taste: nothing beats full fat in coffee, but as long as it is not completely skimmed (0.1% or something), I am fine with it.
#14
I really can’t distinguish any difference in taste between this and semi-skimmed milk. I wouldn’t touch the white water, skimmed, stuff with a bargepole but this 1% fat milk is well worth a try for a quid.
#15
I'm cooling this one down for shockingly atrocious grammar and spelling alone!
#16
Also posted at least twice before - but none the less a good deal and another user here who reckons it tastes no different from the 2% stuff
#17
intenso100
1 % fat milk? this is horrible,might as well have water with my wettabix, suppose ok for a hot drink though!


I thought that too mate but i've tried it and it's not bad. Like others have said, skimmed is now labelled up at 0.1% so this is somewhere in between

Not voting because it's been like this for months, but good deal if you've not seen it before
#18
intenso100
1 % fat milk? this is horrible,might as well have water with my wettabix, suppose ok for a hot drink though!


you sure you are not confusing it with skimmed (0.1%)

tastes the same as semi (2%) stuff to me, and i HATE fully skimmed.
#19
I think other big stores have their similar brands - Asda has a 2% option for just over £1, Tesco has been doing FreshnLo at a good price for about a year (might have gone back up this year?)
#20
bare with me cuz this is my first post!!
Bit of an over the top celebration i`d say !!!:whistling:
#21
Its been on the shelf in my local store for months at this price, and been mentioned on lots of milk-related threads too. I like this stuff - can't complain, £1 for 4 pints.
#22
My partner swears blind this tastes same as semi-skimmed, but personally I don't think it does. Definitley worth a try for a quid though cause I think a normal four pinter costs around £1.60 so a saving of 60p a week for us cause he uses one a week. Also this has been around for a long time, close to when they first brought it out i think but good reminder for anyone who hasn't noticed it. Thanks OP
#23
Have been using this for 6 months now and my husband and son couldnt tell the difference between semi and this. great price.
#24
hows this a deal... its just its normal price. always cost £1
#25
They have only just started doing this in my local store. My hubby moaned I didnt get "normal" semi-skimmed, so I gave him a glass of each to see if he could tell the difference and he could easily. A good price though.
#26
Whitedot
Beat me to it.


and me
#27
groakybaby
I'm cooling this one down for shockingly atrocious grammar and spelling alone!



dint relize memberz on hr ad2 av a degree in mths n eng 2 pst msgs!!!

so how is my spelling and grammar in that sentence!!



i cant tell the difference between green and orange top, thanks for sharing, by the sounds of things this has been at this price for a while, but never the less, its still a good deal for those on a budget, or for those not a budget!!
#28
Nellster
hows this a deal... its just its normal price. always cost £1


because its cheaper than other milk!!

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