SMA Toddler Milk 900g - Half Price - Sainsburys online/instore - was £7.69 now £3.84 - HotUKDeals
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Large tin of SMA toddler milk (900g)

£7.25 @ Tesco
£6.00 @ Asda

From 1 year +.

SMA Toddler Milk
SMA's Best nutritional support for active toddlers, from 1 year +. A fortified milk drink with Omega 3 & 6 LCPs and increased levels of iron, specifically developed to provide up to 50% of the RDA of key nutrients in a 200 ml serving. Use as part of a healthy balanced diet to ensure your active toddler is getting the nutrients they need.

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#1
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#2
This is brilliant - baby milk is never, ever in offer anywhere!!!! Hot!
#3
pig_dog
This is brilliant - baby milk is never, ever in offer anywhere!!!! Hot!


Offers were never allowed before, as it might encourage mums not to breastfeed (or so I was told). Looks like its been releaxed slightly
#4
Its all a marketing ploy imo! Babies of 12 months and over can have full fat cows milk.... therefore SMA/Cow&Gate etc etc are just trying to get some more money out of ya all
#5
Johnboy_1975
Offers were never allowed before, as it might encourage mums not to breastfeed (or so I was told). Looks like its been releaxed slightly


Offers are not allowed on first stage milks but are on others
#6
Johnboy_1975
pig_dog
This is brilliant - baby milk is never, ever in offer anywhere!!!! Hot!
Offers were never allowed before, as it might encourage mums not to breastfeed (or so I was told). Looks like its been releaxed slightly

Its not baby milk.Its Toddler milk.
suspended#7
pig_dog
This is brilliant - baby milk is never, ever in offer anywhere!!!! Hot!


Co-op currently have SMA 1 and 2 at £6 a tin, its £7.93 in sainsburys :o)
#8
They allowed to give Clubcard / Boots etc points on milks for babies over 6 mths so follow on milks and toddler milks,same as money off offers,it's never on infant 1st milks.
#9
Agree with Jules66uk. Babies of this age are perfectly fine with full fat cows milk.

This milk is only produced so that the formula companies can market their brand, as they're not allowed to market / promote infant milks anymore. Toddler / follow on milks didn't exist before the laws preventing marketing of infant formula came into place.

As long as your toddler has a good general diet, there is no need for this sort of milk.

I can't believe that so many people pay for it!
#10
i use this only as it works out cheaper as me and my partner dont drink brews so dont really buy normal milk as it just goes to waste. im going to stock up tomorrow.
#11
don't suppose someone could work out the price per pint for the sma so we could get a fair comparison?

I'm just gutted as I bought 4 tins at 25% off from Ocado last night :(

madtrekker
Agree with Jules66uk. Babies of this age are perfectly fine with full fat cows milk.

This milk is only produced so that the formula companies can market their brand, as they're not allowed to market / promote infant milks anymore. Toddler / follow on milks didn't exist before the laws preventing marketing of infant formula came into place.

As long as your toddler has a good general diet, there is no need for this sort of milk.

I can't believe that so many people pay for it!
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Follo
m1chaels
don't suppose someone could work out the price per pint for the sma so we could get a fair comparison?

I'm just gutted as I bought 4 tins at 25% off from Ocado last night :(

[quote=madtrekker] Agree with Jules66uk. Babies of this age are perfectly fine with full fat cows milk.

This milk is only produced so that the formula companies can market their brand, as they're not allowed to market / promote infant milks anymore. Toddler / follow on milks didn't exist before the laws preventing marketing of infant formula came into place.

As long as your toddler has a good general diet, there is no need for this sort of milk.

I can't believe that so many people pay for it!
[/quot

Follow on milk works out at about 66p per litre (at £3.84 a tin). I have given both my children formula until they were 3, because they were fussy eater. A tin of milk weight is 900 grams. Every scoop is about 4.7 grams, so you get about 190 scoop. Each scoop gives 30mls, so if we multiply 190x30 that gives 5.7 litres.
#13
madtrekker
Agree with Jules66uk. Babies of this age are perfectly fine with full fat cows milk.

This milk is only produced so that the formula companies can market their brand, as they're not allowed to market / promote infant milks anymore. Toddler / follow on milks didn't exist before the laws preventing marketing of infant formula came into place.

As long as your toddler has a good general diet, there is no need for this sort of milk.

I can't believe that so many people pay for it!


^^ This ^^
#14
I love this stuff - drink it by the bucketload.
#15
pig_dog
This is brilliant - baby milk is never, ever in offer anywhere!!!! Hot!


this is because its 1yr+

most people feed baby's cows milk after 1yr so yhese dont sell much.

this is still good if going abroad with baby & u dont trust thr milk quality out there.

you'll never see under 1yr on sale
#16
Not quite true, its only 1st infant milks (upto 6 months) that cant be reduced. Follow on milks (6m+) and toddler milks both can
#17
Thanks - just checked it out - tin says 209 scoops, 1 scoop = 30ml so 1 big tin = about 13 pints. 4 pints of ordinary milk costs 1.25 at the moment so at half price this costs about the same. Not sure which is more convenient, Cows milk obviously doesn't need making up but it does need fridge storage.

sconto
Follo
m1chaels
don't suppose someone could work out the price per pint for the sma so we could get a fair comparison?

I'm just gutted as I bought 4 tins at 25% off from Ocado last night :(

[quote=madtrekker] Agree with Jules66uk. Babies of this age are perfectly fine with full fat cows milk.

This milk is only produced so that the formula companies can market their brand, as they're not allowed to market / promote infant milks anymore. Toddler / follow on milks didn't exist before the laws preventing marketing of infant formula came into place.

As long as your toddler has a good general diet, there is no need for this sort of milk.

I can't believe that so many people pay for it!
[/quot

Follow on milk works out at about 66p per litre (at £3.84 a tin). I have given both my children formula until they were 3, because they were fussy eater. A tin of milk weight is 900 grams. Every scoop is about 4.7 grams, so you get about 190 scoop. Each scoop gives 30mls, so if we multiply 190x30 that gives 5.7 litres.

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