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You'll never get away with posting a pic of cows tits on HUKD

anewman;6683686

You'll never get away with posting a pic of cows tits on HUKD



I don't think the cow, minds all that much.

sorry to be a party pooper as I am big fan of Lidl but I gave up buying any milk from them as it always goes off far too quickly, had one bottle that literally doubled in size overnight in the fridge, after about the fourth event I spoke to the manager and he admitted they had storage issues! might only be my store but just a warning

that's not even a deal

I get milk for £1.00 quite regularly. Granted, it's normally 1% fat, or semi skimmed, but I don't drink whole now...

I buy from tesco. It lasts ages. Best to get locally sourced stuff too

raptorcigs;6683816

PULL THE UDDER ONE



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ferrisbueller;6684215

sorry to be a party pooper as I am big fan of Lidl but I gave up buying … sorry to be a party pooper as I am big fan of Lidl but I gave up buying any milk from them as it always goes off far too quickly, had one bottle that literally doubled in size overnight in the fridge, after about the fourth event I spoke to the manager and he admitted they had storage issues! might only be my store but just a warning



Yes, must be local, not had the problem from either of 3 Lidl stores I use.
I have had a similar/opposite problem with OVER-refrigerated fruit and veg from a local Sainsbury's which ROT soon after buying them as they seem to have been partially frozen!

why not skimmed milk too? Too many shops, Sainsbury, Asda, Tesco, Co-op are forever doing deals on large sized milk, including Organic, but not including the skimmed milk. Many of these stores don't even have the large sized Organic skimmed, for example, in the same sizes as semi and full fat. Are they trying to keep us obese, or just rip-off the fat conscious shopper?

raptorcigs;6688661

check the size of the container as they are only 2 ltrs not four pints … check the size of the container as they are only 2 ltrs not four pints this is how tesco and asda rip us off



They're ripping off the dairy farmers, not us.

My local cornershop does 6 pints for £1.20

Iceland do 4 pints for £1.

nice one rappy!

Although this is undoubtedly good news for us shoppers, I can't help but feel sorry for the dairy farmers being pretty much forced to sell so cheaply. It's amazing more haven't gone out of business yet.

blaser;6716614

My local cornershop does 6 pints for £1.20



This reminded me. About 2 weeks ago on eastenders peggy was making a cup of tea, and she had one of those tiny (1 pint) bottles of milk

In that house they have peggy, sam, billy, ronnie, roxy, ben, and billys son, oh and the baby amy. oh and phil! :w00t:

And yet she came out with this teeny tiny bottle of milk for all of them :thinking:

ferrisbueller;6684215

sorry to be a party pooper as I am big fan of Lidl but I gave up buying … sorry to be a party pooper as I am big fan of Lidl but I gave up buying any milk from them as it always goes off far too quickly, had one bottle that literally doubled in size overnight in the fridge, after about the fourth event I spoke to the manager and he admitted they had storage issues! might only be my store but just a warning



I buy semi from iceland @£1 all the time and freeze it - thaws overnight no probs

lol at the pic

LIDL is 4 pints for 99p for a long time now. 2.272 litres it says on the one in my fridge.

Just thought I'd point out that this milk bears the red tractor mark which ensures food, animal and environmental standards are maintained.
redtractor.org.uk/sit…=GB

Other cheap milk, Iceland and poundland I think does not bear this mark. I'm not sure about Aldi though.
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