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SMA first infant milk 1 litre 75p @ morrisons

£0.75 @ Morrisons
SMA first infant milk, ready to drink, 1 litre 75p in morrisons! Was marked down in store, I found these in my local Ebbw Vale. Only these marked down, all others were still full price. :) not sure… Read More
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11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago
SMA first infant milk, ready to drink, 1 litre 75p in morrisons!
Was marked down in store, I found these in my local Ebbw Vale. Only these marked down, all others were still full price.
:) not sure if national or store specific
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#1
Did you leave any for anybody else?
1 Like #2
I didn't think 'first' infant milk was allowed to be reduced? Also... it may just be the pic but they look small for 1 litre?
#3
ill have to check on the way home crazy good price :0
1 Like #4
What's the date like on these? Stores are not usually allowed to discount 'first' milks so as to encourage breast feeding same as why you get nectar or club card points when you buy it either.
#5
catbeans
Did you leave any for anybody else?


Yes the whole shelf was reduced, I wouldn't clear the lot! :)
#6
buttonpushervic
I didn't think 'first' infant milk was allowed to be reduced? Also... it may just be the pic but they look small for 1 litre?


It's the angle of the pic, but yes they are 1 litre. The small ones were 73p and these were 75p so couldn't leave them there for that price. Not sure why they were reduced but had a yellow sticker on the shelf
#7
darkstar666
What's the date like on these? Stores are not usually allowed to discount 'first' milks so as to encourage breast feeding same as why you get nectar or club card points when you buy it either.


The date is 09/16 so still 3 months left on them :)
1 Like #8
This is bad milk it gives the infants the reflux, use aptamil instead.
1 Like #9
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This is bad milk it gives the infants the reflux, use aptamil instead.


My daughter had reflux. Hospitalised a few times due to it. She was on aptamil. She ended up on dairy free milk. As reflux can be caused by diff things. But personally I have always found and heard sma causes constipation. But all babies are diff
#10
Wouldn't feed this stuff to my cat. Pure and utter crap and only purchased by people who are too tight to spend the extra few pound on aptamil.
1 Like #11
Don't be tempted to try this if you run out of milk. It tastes fowl lol
2 Likes #12
kotr
Wouldn't feed this stuff to my cat. Pure and utter crap and only purchased by people who are too tight to spend the extra few pound on aptamil.


Tight? What a silly comment . How can you say that when you don't know what suits certain children? SMA suits my newborn fine, so this was a bargain for ME.
2 Likes #13
[quote=lw89x][quote=kotr] Wouldn't feed this stuff to quote]
Tight? What a silly comment . How can you say that when you do

You are feeding that craps to a new born. Enough said. That's even worse. What's wrong with breast milk
1 Like #14
lw89x
kotr
Wouldn't feed this stuff to my cat. Pure and utter crap and only purchased by people who are too tight to spend the extra few pound on aptamil.


Tight? What a silly comment . How can you say that when you don't know what suits certain children? SMA suits my newborn fine, so this was a bargain for ME.


I bought SMA because it wax only £7.50 at asda but my girlfriend refunded all the boxes and bought Aptamil @ £10. Apparently SMA gives reflux to my young one.
3 Likes #15
So we have to assume that most expensive equals best. nonsense.
I bet you buy the most expensive paracetamol too because it must be the best.
2 Likes #16
The main ingredient of all these formulas are the same our boy has had most of them and all have been fine. Why are people so **** over certain brands. SMA have been around longer than any of us have and multi millions of babies have thrived in it. Get a life brand snobs.
4 Likes #17
kotr
Wouldn't feed this stuff to my cat. Pure and utter crap and only purchased by people who are too tight to spend the extra few pound on aptamil.

Of course you wouldn't feed it to a cat, It's baby milk. And you must have also missed the memo about milk being bad for cats.
Actually, I think I will just assume your stupid.
#18
Constipation
#19
kotr
[quote=lw89x][quote=kotr] Wouldn't feed this stuff to quote]
Tight? What a silly comment . How can you say that when you do

You are feeding that craps to a new born. Enough said. That's even worse. What's wrong with breast milk


Careful, your ignorance is showing. ;)
2 Likes #20
some of the comments on here :| no wonder why some people choose not to post deals.
#21
This 'deal' is actually illegal - first-stage infant formula should not be reduced or advertised. I'm not sure how the law stands - but I do believe HUKD may have to remove this as well.

Furthermore, according to Which? all standard formula is pretty much the same, as "The ingredients in infant formula are strictly controlled under The Infant Formula and Follow-on Formula (England) Regulations 2007". There is no research suggesting one standard formula improves reflux over another, either - only anecdotal reports. Breastmilk decreases the chance of an infant having reflux though.

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