£2.20 for 2: Waitrose Filtered Semi Skimmed and Whole Milk - 2 litres (same as Cravendale - stays fresh for up to one month unopened, and 7 days once opened) 2 for £2.20
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£2.20 for 2: Waitrose Filtered Semi Skimmed and Whole Milk - 2 litres (same as Cravendale - stays fresh for up to one month unopened, and 7 days once opened) 2 for £2.20

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Found 8th Aug
Fresh pasteurised, homogenised, filtered semi skimmed milk.

or

Fresh pasteurised, homogenised, standardised, filtered whole milk


Filtered means milk stays fresh for up to one month unopened, and 7 days once opened.

Only fractionally more than the £1.09 Aldi/Lidl equivalents at this price, and, of course, much cheaper than Cravendale.
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Thanks for posting as I need to pickup some milk today, heat added
1,09£ each in Lidl & Aldi
Edited by: "tinca" 8th Aug
Note this is only 2 litre bottles not 4 pints.
Skybird9 m ago

Note this is only 2 litre bottles not 4 pints.


That's why it says 2 litres in the title, and not 4 pints.
£1 in Iceland
misbargain178 m ago

£1 in Iceland


That's for ordinary milk - this is entirely different.
2 for 1.60 in farmfood
Farmfoods is best by far as there deal is 2 x 2L Semi Skimmed for £1.60
PraveenThamm-ddb44.423937 m ago

2 for 1.60 in farmfood



Chasingthelight5 m ago

Farmfoods is best by far as there deal is 2 x 2L Semi Skimmed for £1.60 …Farmfoods is best by far as there deal is 2 x 2L Semi Skimmed for £1.60


Once again, you're referring to a completely different product.
Newbold42 m ago

That's for ordinary milk - this is entirely different.


So use it until its old, throw out the remnants and open a new one. Ordinary milk lasts up to a fortnight anyway - Stuff I bought yesterday has 13 days life on it, and I have never had any problems with it going off.

If you use so little milk just buy a smaller carton, more often.
nihcaj7 h, 53 m ago

So use it until its old, throw out the remnants and open a new one. …So use it until its old, throw out the remnants and open a new one. Ordinary milk lasts up to a fortnight anyway - Stuff I bought yesterday has 13 days life on it, and I have never had any problems with it going off.If you use so little milk just buy a smaller carton, more often.


Sigh!
Newbold9 h, 13 m ago

That's for ordinary milk - this is entirely different.


Why? Just cos it’s been filtered and had Waitrose on the bottle ?!
yespleasesir48 m ago

Why? Just cos it’s been filtered and had Waitrose on the bottle ?!


Nothing remotely to do with the name on the carton - all to do with the filtered bit. Do you know any other milk that still tastes like fresh milk 5 weeks after you've bought it? If you do, please share with us - and the Dragons.
Newbold53 m ago

Nothing remotely to do with the name on the carton - all to do with the …Nothing remotely to do with the name on the carton - all to do with the filtered bit. Do you know any other milk that still tastes like fresh milk 5 weeks after you've bought it? If you do, please share with us - and the Dragons.


Who keeps milk for 5 weeks? If I didn’t use it often, I’d buy less. That advice is free
yespleasesir1 h, 25 m ago

Who keeps milk for 5 weeks? If I didn’t use it often, I’d buy less. That ad …Who keeps milk for 5 weeks? If I didn’t use it often, I’d buy less. That advice is free


Thank you for your kind but irrelevant advice. Does it extend to advising people who live 20 miles from the nearest supermarket, with no internet deliveries, and like to minimise the number of trips to said supermarket?

You stick to your way of shopping, and others who prefer not to have to make so many shopping trips can stick to theirs.........
Filtered milk tastes so much better.
Newbold12 h, 36 m ago

Thank you for your kind but irrelevant advice. Does it extend to advising …Thank you for your kind but irrelevant advice. Does it extend to advising people who live 20 miles from the nearest supermarket, with no internet deliveries, and like to minimise the number of trips to said supermarket?You stick to your way of shopping, and others who prefer not to have to make so many shopping trips can stick to theirs.........


Fine, but don't pretend it's a "deal" when it's one of the more expensive ways of buying millk!
nihcaj1 h, 30 m ago

Fine, but don't pretend it's a "deal" when it's one of the more expensive …Fine, but don't pretend it's a "deal" when it's one of the more expensive ways of buying millk!


You really expect me to take advice on what a deal is from someone who's only made the effort to post 8 deals in 10+ years' membership of HUKD? Doesn't that strike you as a tad hypocritical?

This is a deal because it's one of the very cheapest ways of buying this particular product - filtered milk with a very long fridge life. Awfully sorry you don't think it's a deal, but I can live with that and your track record doesn't exactly qualify you to pass judgment.
Newbold8th Aug

That's for ordinary milk - this is entirely different.


Ok sorry didn't realise
Newbold4 h, 8 m ago

You really expect me to take advice on what a deal is from someone who's …You really expect me to take advice on what a deal is from someone who's only made the effort to post 8 deals in 10+ years' membership of HUKD? Doesn't that strike you as a tad hypocritical?This is a deal because it's one of the very cheapest ways of buying this particular product - filtered milk with a very long fridge life. Awfully sorry you don't think it's a deal, but I can live with that and your track record doesn't exactly qualify you to pass judgment.


So posting non-deals is a virtue. I see.
nihcaj14 m ago

So posting non-deals is a virtue. I see.


Apologies. I should know by now. Do not feed........
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