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Bought some milk in asda yesterday...

kirstiejayne Avatar
7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
and just gone to use it and the use by date is 21st July (yesterday). It wasn't reduced or anything, so should i take it back?
p.s it has been used on my little boys cereal(before i realised it was out of date!)
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
"p.s it has been used on my little boys cereal(before i realised it was out of date!)"

NO WAY quick phone the doctors... No it will be fine, Milk isn't out date because a label says it is and you eat cheese?

They sold you an in date product.
#2
NHS Direct 0856 456745


Should I take back stuff that was in date when I bought it.......you couldn't make stuff like this up could you.
#3
starsparkle2311
No you bought it while it was still in date, lesson to learn=check date before you buy:)


I normally do check, but as its the summer hols i was quite stressed shopping with 2 children!!
#4
I think you would know if it was off, it would smell and start to resemble cottage cheese lol even then it wouldn't do any harm
#5
I would take it back.

I bought a loaf of bread last week from Tesco, without realising it had a short shelf life (went mouldy the day after I purchased it). Returned it back to the store 2 days later and got a refund without any hassle.
#6
it should have a sell by date aswell as the use by date, are you sure you're not looking at the sell by date?
#7
As long as it doesn't smell or has curdled into lumps I'm sure your kid will be fine
#8
Shelby25
I would take it back.

I bought a loaf of bread last week from Tesco, without realising it had a short shelf life (went mouldy the day after I purchased it). Returned it back to the store 2 days later and got a refund without any hassle.


I always get caught out with this at my local Morrissons, buying bread and then realise it's green with mould... lesson learned - check the date on the labels from now on lol
#9
Make a rice pudding wih it.
#10
It's not as if milk is likely to go off at 12:01 am on the 22nd July, or even lunchtime that day. You'll be able to taste/smell if it's beginning to turn and even then it'll be OK - just taste funny.

What IS yoghurt, anyway?

http://www.eatyoghurt.com/yoghurtmaking.php

http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Yogurt

Puree up some strawberries or fruits of the forest and mix in. Add some sugar (if you're a wimp)
banned#11
| bought some milk at 5 am from ASDA this morning .. its lush with my tea:thumbsup:
#12
i always judge milk by smell, if your fridge is cold enough then it will last a few days after the use by date
banned#13
if your milk is grumpy and under the weather .. it could be off:w00t:
banned#14
1. Get your kid to the quacks straight away
2. Make sure he is diagnosed with something terrible
3. Get a lawyer
4. Sue

or just get on with your life as if it hadn't happened

the shop would be well within their rights to show you the door because

1. you bought it in date
2. you used it
banned#15
dimebars
1. Get your kid to the quacks straight away
2. Make sure he is diagnosed with something terrible
3. Get a lawyer
4. Sue

or just get on with your life as if it hadn't happened

the shop would be well within their rights to show you the door because

1. you bought it in date
2. you used it



who is this Sue :thinking:... is she nice :w00t:
#16
Oh My God!
Off to Asda to see if they have any other bargains rather than the out of date / in date milk... Surely while you were there you could not find a bag of crisps reduced or a pack of Jaffas with 20p off to come back and post like everyone else does on this site...
This site scares me sometimes....
There is not even the option to vote this deal cold!!

"All tongue in cheek"
#17
I think the OP is milking it .......................... :roll:
banned#18
dog_cop
who is this Sue :thinking:... is she nice :w00t:


She can be nice if you have a genuine case for her

out of date milk - she will rip you for bog roll
banned#19
smithyp1
I think the OP is milking it .......................... :roll:


grim - just grim
#20
dimebars
grim - just grim


Someone had too ........ ;-)
banned#21
smithyp1
Someone had too ........ ;-)


glad you stooped and not me!
banned#22
Classic thread.
#23
vibeone
Classic thread.



+1

It's up there in the top 10 surely ......
banned#24
you think thats bad i bought a tin of tesco macaroni cheese, and it had no macaroni in it just watery cheese sauce!!!
is this a case for sue?
#25
yvonne1174
you think thats bad i bought a tin of tesco macaroni cheese, and it had no macaroni in it just watery cheese sauce!!!
is this a case for sue?


NHS DIRECT 0845 698321
banned#26
greg_68
NHS DIRECT 0845 698321


lol there not even good for that
#27
Out of date milk contains swine flu
#28
Tanchi
Out of date milk contains swine flu


FACT!! lol
#29
I don't think the o.p is stressed the kid is poisened..... i cant spell today sorry :oops:

its best to check the milk dates, i'd not i'd just grab anyone :oops: kid'll be ok :santa:
#30
When checking the bread dates, the number in the brackets indicates the number of days the bread should be reduced before taking it off the shelf. [SIZE="1"](Well, this was the case when I worked in Tesco a few years ago!)[/SIZE]

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