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Just Went into my local sainsburys and picked up one of these. On the front of the pack there is a voucher which when scanned at the till gives it to you for free. Theres no minimum spend or number of times you can do this so im going to get one everytime i go in.
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#1
The small print on the voucher attached to the front of the carton says "only one per basket" (or similar).

Just to be sure, I picked up two cartons, and carried 'round two baskets in case I got challenged at the checkout, but the cashier didn't even notice so two went through. So you probably could get more per trip if you did not make it too obvious (like having a trolley full of them!).

This brand of soya milk is actually drinkable as well! Especially pleasant chilled on cornflakes, or any cereal for that matter :)

Mmmm.... cereal.

BFN,

fp.
(aka The Cereal Killer)
#2
hiya, what exactly am i looking for? is it a voucher or something? i clicked on link and it took me to sainsburys but i couldnt see anything showing free milk. can someone help me please. thanks
#3
I got my voucher on a carton that looked like this

http://www.sogood.co.uk/pages/nutrition_fatfree.htm
#4
pcnutta
hiya, what exactly am i looking for? is it a voucher or something? i clicked on link and it took me to sainsburys but i couldnt see anything showing free milk. can someone help me please. thanks

Sorry its instore only. oh and its in Morrisons too:thumbsup:
#5
Does it say on the carton whether it is suitable for vegans?
#6
I would think it would be but you could go into your local Morrisons or Sainsburys!
#7
Pity our local sainsburys in miles away.

I use alpro-soya light, but would have given this a try
#8
termite
Does it say on the carton whether it is suitable for vegans?



http://www.sogood.co.uk/pages/content.asp?PageID=84&QuestionID=20#answer

on site it says its Vegan.

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