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Wiseman 'One' 2 Litres Milk only 87p @ Tesco

£0.87 @ Tesco
Saw this in Tesco store today, i guess it will be same price online too ?
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Saw this in Tesco store today, i guess it will be same price online too ?
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#1
This milk is great, tastes like whole but only 1 gram of fat, lasts ages too.......rep added.
#2
wendyak
This milk is great, tastes like whole but only 1 gram of fat, lasts ages too.


It is good but as it is nearly just coloured water, it should last a while. it is the fat the "turns" in the milk making it go off.

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banned#3
So it's just like the red tops which taste like water?
#4
LongDongDave
So it's just like the red tops which taste like water?


No, red top is fully skimmed milk (0.1% fat), which is like powdered water. This is 1 % fat. I find it drinkable enough.

For info:-
full fat milk = 3% fat
semi skimmed = 2%
this milk = 1%
skimmed milk = 0.1%

ASDA are also doing 2L of 1% fat milk for 87p, think there's a bit of a price war at the moment.
#5
Interesting what you get used to. Used to hate skimmed milk but started to drink it. Skimmed tastes like normal milk to me now whereas full fat milk starts to taste like cream to me and is sickly.

Buy this anyway - there is a solution for northerners. They could drink this with a spoonfull of lard and it would taste like full cream milk. :whistling:
#6
I can't even stomach semi skimmed, so no chance of this staying down.
#7
this is the same price in asda's aswell, My 2 year old son loves milk and we buy this for him to drink, I think it tastes like semi-skimmed,not bad at all.
Heat added from me :)
#8
Why is it that the supermarkets can sell 1% milk so cheaply at the moment, as Sainsburys have their Orange top 1% milk at £1 for 4 pints whereas the other bottles are about £1.50 for 4 pints.
What is the difference in the processing that enables it to be flogged so much cheaper.
#9
Carlos007;5607415
Buy this anyway - there is a solution for northerners. They could drink this with a spoonfull of lard and it would taste like full cream milk. :whistling:


hahaaaaa :evil:
#10
What's with the constant insults aimed at Northerners? Carlos007 can't even spell, thus rendering his/her insults towards Northerners (which would likely regress into insults about intelligence) useless. It's 'spoonful' not 'spoonfull' take your North/South divide comments elsewhere, it detracts from the point of this website for both Northerners and Southerners.
#11
jwesty
What's with the constant insults aimed at Northerners? Carlos007 can't even spell, thus rendering his/her insults towards Northerners (which would likely regress into insults about intelligence) useless. It's 'spoonful' not 'spoonfull' take your North/South divide comments elsewhere, it detracts from the point of this website for both Northerners and Southerners.



Notherners love their lard.
#12
Wotwot123
Notherners love their lard.


Another Southerner that cannot spell also! ...... say no more, I don't even know what lard is but I can spell Northerner!

Wotwot123 - there is an 'r' missing! But I'm sure you know best...... :thinking:
#13
HAHA milk got you guys angry about north and south divides...really??

Chill out, go buy some milk for cheap and enjoy your sunday off!

BFM
#14
Cozworth806
Why is it that the supermarkets can sell 1% milk so cheaply at the moment, as Sainsburys have their Orange top 1% milk at £1 for 4 pints whereas the other bottles are about £1.50 for 4 pints.
What is the difference in the processing that enables it to be flogged so much cheaper.


Nothing. The dairy farmers are having to subsidise this deal as usual. They often don't actually make a profit on the milk they sell to processors.
That is why so many small dairies and dairy farms have disappeared over the last decade.
Still as long as the supermarkets are happy.
#15
Carlos007
Interesting what you get used to. Used to hate skimmed milk but started to drink it. Skimmed tastes like normal milk to me now whereas full fat milk starts to taste like cream to me and is sickly.

Buy this anyway - there is a solution for northerners. They could drink this with a spoonfull of lard and it would taste like full cream milk. :whistling:


now now dont upset our northern friends lol
#16
jwesty
What's with the constant insults aimed at Northerners? Carlos007 can't even spell, thus rendering his/her insults towards Northerners (which would likely regress into insults about intelligence) useless. It's 'spoonful' not 'spoonfull' take your North/South divide comments elsewhere, it detracts from the point of this website for both Northerners and Southerners.



Chill! (I'm a northern lad myself). Yes spelling abbilitty seems to be going with the years. We can have a bit of funn wilst looking for a bargin.

No use crying over spilt milk people - dust tha not think?
#17
Perfect timing for using up the Tesco extra points milk voucher :)
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#18
Carlos007;5607415
Interesting what you get used to. Used to hate skimmed milk but started to drink it. Skimmed tastes like normal milk to me now whereas full fat milk starts to taste like cream to me and is sickly.

Totally agree!
#19
My dad drives milk tankers and he warned us ages ago never to buy wisemans milk after seeing how dirty there factory was
#20
Groaver
Nothing. The dairy farmers are having to subsidise this deal as usual. They often don't actually make a profit on the milk they sell to processors.
That is why so many small dairies and dairy farms have disappeared over the last decade.
Still as long as the supermarkets are happy.


i seem to remember the sainsbury's orange top 1% milk saying something about the company paying a premium to the farmers for their milk.
#21
this is still available instore, i bought some today

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