Whole Milk Bags 2pint now 80p in 100 Sainsbury's stores! - HotUKDeals
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Sainsbury's have today launched their Whole Milk bags in 100 stores!
When on Sainsbury's online search for '6778443'

A bit of extra info: skimmed and 1% fat milk bags will be launched in June 2011
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#1
Don't quite see the point. I currently pay £1.10 for 2 litres in Iceland (I assume it's 80p for 1 litre) - so no cheaper.

The council (Glasgow) accept plastic bottles for recycling but not bags - so less environmentally friendly?
#2
inicholson
Don't quite see the point. I currently pay £1.10 for 2 litres in Iceland (I assume it's 80p for 1 litre) - so no cheaper.

The council (Glasgow) accept plastic bottles for recycling but not bags - so less environmentally friendly?


WRONG !!!!!!!!! ( ;-) ) It's actually a 4 pint size ( 2.272 l ) from iceland ( just double checked )

;-)
#3
inicholson
Don't quite see the point. I currently pay £1.10 for 2 litres in Iceland (I assume it's 80p for 1 litre) - so no cheaper.

The council (Glasgow) accept plastic bottles for recycling but not bags - so less environmentally friendly?

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#4
milk in plastic bags were going back to the 70s lol
#5
Remember the bags in Canada years ago. Didn't like them one little bit.
#6
inicholson
Don't quite see the point. I currently pay £1.10 for 2 litres in Iceland (I assume it's 80p for 1 litre) - so no cheaper.The council (Glasgow) accept plastic bottles for recycling but not bags - so less environmentally friendly?
Its FAR more environmentally friendly to not make the bottles in the first place - recycling is not exactly an efficient process, so using bags that contain very little product but arent recycled is still more environmentally friendly than using plastic bottles.
#7
saw these yesterday and they were 2 for £1.50 in my local sainsburys, so pretty cheap compared to the 2 for £3 for the bottled milk.
#8
Saint Nick
Remember the bags in Canada years ago. Didn't like them one little bit.

This is by far the most popular way to buy milk in Canada so someone must like them!
#9
Going by the Sainsburys website it is only the semi-skimmed that is 2 for £1.50 not the full fat

Edited By: Drea on Aug 11, 2010 14:13: typo
#10
It's what they do in Wisconsin, but not in Illinois (where folk think its weird). Don't you need something to put the milk in as well as the milk?
#11
robovski
It's what they do in Wisconsin, but not in Illinois (where folk think its weird). Don't you need something to put the milk in as well as the milk?

In the UK mouths come as standard at no extra cost. ;)
#12
In the UK mouths come as standard at no extra cost


Big lols!!!
banned#13
75p for 5 pints of milk in tesco

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