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2 Litre Semi Skimmed Milk (2% Fat) - 85p @ Asda
2 Litre Semi Skimmed Milk (2% Fat) - 85p @ Asda

2 Litre Semi Skimmed Milk (2% Fat) - 85p @ Asda

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There seems to be a bit of a price war going on with the cows juice at the moment, Asda seem to be leading the race though, almost half the price than Lidl charge for their cheapest milk.

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Blue top same price 2 ?

Original Poster

They only had the Semi at the Trowbridge store, I would imagine they are only doing it on the semi as that's the one they mass produce.

FWIW the price in Aldi is very similar, 43p for 1 Litre semi-skimmed.

This is the thrid time a thread like this has been posted in the last few weeks and as I have mentioned before my local Asda doesn't have a offer like this on. 2 Litre Semi Skimmed Milk is still £1.53. I spoke to one of the assistants and she said that she was not aware of any offers on this product.

Sainsburys have the Quarter Skimmed (Orange top) for £1 for 2 lites.

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major supermarkets shafting local farmers!

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Jacom700;4699511

This is the thrid time a thread like this has been posted in the last few … This is the thrid time a thread like this has been posted in the last few weeks and as I have mentioned before my local Asda doesn't have a offer like this on. 2 Litre Semi Skimmed Milk is still £1.53. I spoke to one of the assistants and she said that she was not aware of any offers on this product.



Just to prove I haven't made this offer up!

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Agree - not in Trowbridge - no decent offers on at ASDA at the present.

Best deal I found was Sainsburys Organic Blue Top 4 pints 2 for £3

My Asda has this all the time. I have to buy 2 though because 1 only lasts a day or so.

whats it like this milk much diff from regular?

Best price I can find is Iceland: £1.25 for 4 pints (=2.272 litres). That works out at 55p per litre.

Not as good as the Asda offer (42.5p per litre) but in Iceland it's their regular price.

Re: Supermarkets shafting farmers. I can't help feeling they're shafting the farmer AND the customer - it'd be nice if they'd make their mind up and just shaft us one at a time! Anyone found any fairtrade milk?

hunter82;4699591

whats it like this milk much diff from regular?




You'll notice adifference at first but you'll get used to it. I used to have the full fat stuff but decided to be healthier and got for semi-skimmed, now I drink this and I still love milk..

hunter82;4699591

whats it like this milk much diff from regular?



Its basically semi-skimmed milk. Full fat is around 3.5% fat, this is less than 2% (proper semi is around 1.6%).

Jacom700;4699511

This is the thrid time a thread like this has been posted in the last few … This is the thrid time a thread like this has been posted in the last few weeks and as I have mentioned before my local Asda doesn't have a offer like this on. 2 Litre Semi Skimmed Milk is still £1.53. I spoke to one of the assistants and she said that she was not aware of any offers on this product.



2 litre semi skimmed milk is not £1.53......2.27 litres is £1.53!

segaste;4699857

You'll notice adifference at first but you'll get used to it. I used to … You'll notice adifference at first but you'll get used to it. I used to have the full fat stuff but decided to be healthier and got for semi-skimmed, now I drink this and I still love milk..


Healthier? LOL
kiteallthetime;4699523

major supermarkets shafting local farmers!


And they get suprised when dairy's across the country are shutting down and farmers leaving the business!

crafty sods usually have 5-10 bottles at top shelf!!!
just to get more people coming in. we are doing exactly what they want!! free advertise on cheap!!
everytime you go none available.....

Tesco have 2 litres for 87p and Morrisons have their version - not sure of price. Farmfoods milk is also good deal. There is no difference between these cheap green top milk and usual brand semi skimmed - so why pay more?

Costco do 6 pints for £1.29 if you are going there anyway.

spenspuma;4699518

Sainsburys have the Quarter Skimmed (Orange top) for £1 for 2 lites.



I really like this 1% stuff :thumbsup:

cravendale is the way forward, may have to pay a lil more but it lasts way longer

raveydaveygravey;4700816

cravendale is the way forward, may have to pay a lil more but it lasts … cravendale is the way forward, may have to pay a lil more but it lasts way longer


I've never really needed it to last any longer.

Bad Actor;4700242

Costco do 6 pints for £1.29 if you are going there anyway.



That sounds the best value. 1 Imperial pint = 0.568261485 litres (ok lets round it up to 0.57 litres) so 6 pints is 3.41 litres. At £1.29 thats 38p per litre, 2 litres would be 76p, so your milk is cheaper by 9p for 2 litres, or 4.5p cheaper per litre. :thinking:

Yes, the supermarkets are shafting farmers. We've just had a price cut. As usual they have all the power and we have none. Buy your milk locally and reduce food miles and support smaller, less intensive farming!

Haggle;4701026

That sounds the best value. 1 Imperial pint = 0.568261485 litres (ok lets … That sounds the best value. 1 Imperial pint = 0.568261485 litres (ok lets round it up to 0.57 litres) so 6 pints is 3.41 litres. At £1.29 thats 38p per litre, 2 litres would be 76p, so your milk is cheaper by 9p for 2 litres, or 4.5p cheaper per litre. :thinking:



21 and a half pence per pint, same as in 1983.
Shame a pint of beer hasn't gone the same way

if the supermarkets are shafting farmers,why is milk cheaper in the likes of farmfoods (£1.00) iceland (£1.25) whereas Adsa/Tesco and the likes all charge £1.53 for the same milk..ye think they are sleepin with the cows or sommit?

Great for the farmer!! I would rather see prices go UP so our farmers are paid properly for their produce, not slash their prices to stupid amounts.

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So if your Asda does not have it - you can include it on an online order.

Even in semi skimmed I think the fat spoils the taste - and UHT is so convenient as you can buy loads at once then shove it in the fridge before you use it.

Lidl and Tesco do UHT skimmed for 54p a litre - rep waiting for anyone who knows where to beat this (I have Makro, Costco, and Booker cards).

if anyone lives in Cheadle Cheshire,the Royal Supermarket on Wilmslow Rd has 2Ltrs for 95p and it is NOT on Special offer, also it is great for Spices and Naan Bread just got 3 massive naan bread with Chilli for £1.49 ,give it a try

not in my asda

raveydaveygravey;4700816

cravendale is the way forward, may have to pay a lil more but it lasts … cravendale is the way forward, may have to pay a lil more but it lasts way longer



I agree much longer, this milk from adsa and tesco only lasts 3 days!, it turns quickly....and no its not my fridge.

Voted Hot, just use it in time.

trisham3838;4701428

if the supermarkets are shafting farmers,why is milk cheaper in the likes … if the supermarkets are shafting farmers,why is milk cheaper in the likes of farmfoods (£1.00) iceland (£1.25) whereas Adsa/Tesco and the likes all charge £1.53 for the same milk..ye think they are sleepin with the cows or sommit?



Tesco are renowned for shafting farmers-
The difference between the supermarkets goes entirely into Tesco's pocket.

Good price, heat added.

Semi-skimmed Milk - Take some full fat milk, add an equal amount of water.... half price! :thumbsup:

*wonders how many people will give that a go* :whistling:

super wal mart store in handsworth,sheffield has this milk deal.

best deal in asda at the mo. credit crunch on and in there dvd/electrical/clothes section there no good deals like sainsburys. asda must be doing to good

samhale;4703809

Tesco are renowned for shafting farmers-The difference between the … Tesco are renowned for shafting farmers-The difference between the supermarkets goes entirely into Tesco's pocket.



The supermarkets do make a good profit per pint which is why they can afford to cut the price. Unfortunately, even though they claim they won't, they then force a price cut on producers which in turn forces a cut for farmers. Lets not forget that the supermarkets that were fined for price fixing dairy products in 2007. All but the largest farms can't make any profit at the current prices they are paid.

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none of the Derby stores have this offer total waste of time left getting milk yesterday and took a special trip to save some money and ended up going back to sainsburys to get it for £1.00 - cold as ice

This offer is available in all stores.
You have to be quick because their entire stock goes as quickly as they fill the shelves.
The people who moan it's not in their store, it is, you just have to be on the ball.
Faced with buying 2 litres for 85p or 2.27 litres for £1.53, it's obvious why there's none left!
So to get this, go before 12pm, and if there is none, just wait until the dairy people fill up. That is presuming people spend an hour on their shop.

Morrisons are doing the same milk for 87p even though its on the shelf they dont seem to want to put up a price tag advertising this, you only find out when you go through the checkout!!! so another great deal on milk!! :-)

Just noticed that Tesco online now has the 85p price as well......

"Wiseman Fresh N Lo Milk Semi/Skim 2ltr

"SAVE 21p Was £1.06 Now 85p - valid from 19/03/2009 until 25/03/2009"
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