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4 Pint Milk 89p at Lidl
4 Pint Milk 89p at Lidl

4 Pint Milk 89p at Lidl

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79p at aldi

Farmfoods cheaper if you buy 2.

You sure these are good enough for use:

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patience_1

Farmfoods cheaper if you buy 2.



This has been said so many times. The Farmfoods milk is 2litres, not 4 pints. So Lidls' is a better offer.

Geb786

2 litres is equal to like 4.23 pints.



LOL - Maths FAIL More like 3.52 pints!

Just to be precise, 4 Imperial pints = 2.27304594 litres/2 litres = 3.51950652 Imperial pints; and they're all good deals, so don't bother arguing over it...

You can get £10 off your first invoice at milkandmore.co.uk (http://tiny.cc/e4rp5) and that's about four 4-pint bottles for free, so I win =)
Edited by: "greenblob" 2nd Mar 2011

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Foxy102

LOL - Maths FAIL More like 3.52 pints!



Probably american? got it from google

i get my milk free from works fridge but voted hot

greenblob

Just to be precise, 4 Imperial pints = 2.27304594 litres/2 litres = … Just to be precise, 4 Imperial pints = 2.27304594 litres/2 litres = 3.51950652 Imperial pints; and they're all good deals, so don't bother arguing over it...You can get £10 off your first invoice at milkandmore.co.uk (http://tiny.cc/e4rp5) and that's about four 4-pint bottles for free, so I win =)



Are you sure? Im making 2 litres 3.52112676 pints (based on a pint being 568ml).

I think you'll find Lidl milk is 2 litres.

jacksprout

79p at aldi



I'd rather buy milk that has the red tractor label on it to be honest as does this Lidl milk. Aldi doesn't.
redtractor.org.uk/sit…=GB
Each to their own though.

den169

I think you'll find Lidl milk is 2 litres.



I think you'll find it's not. It's 4 pints. I think Aldi milk is 2 litres though, so is pretty much the same price as the Lidl milk but without the protection of the red tractor.
Edited by: "sotomonkey" 2nd Mar 2011

Lidl is 4 pints, normally £1, so a bargain if you only need the one,

Netto's deal that to beat Farmfood's is now the same - 2 x 2 litres for £1.60

milky milky!!

Don't trust Lidl!
Are you sure it's actually milk?

milk war (its cheaper than my water bill) lol

It's still £1 a bottle in Lidl, Reading

kmiah1987

Don't trust Lidl!Are you sure it's actually milk?



Lidls sales have increased by 12% over the last 12 months . So, all those shoppers can`t be wrong.
Has anyone noticed how fast supermarket prices in Tesco/ Asda / Sainsbury have shot up? Seems like they are trying to recoup their profits under the pretence of "inflation". I won`t bore you all but there was an article in yesterdays Times that inferred that similar rises were not evident on comparable food products in supermarkets elsewhere within E.U.
In summary, Lidl are not ripping us off.

Get a Life!

Got one and it`s a good one...Thanks for your concerns .
How are you today? Good? I hope.

Foxy102

Are you sure? Im making 2 litres 3.52112676 pints (based on a pint being … Are you sure? Im making 2 litres 3.52112676 pints (based on a pint being 568ml).



You are correct.

Lidl milk is 4 pints.
4 pints = 2.27 litres.
Sorted.
Heat added.

This is close to tescopoly's 79p for fresh 'n' lo : 2 litres

Lidl is 78.4p/litre neglecting clubcard points - which u can't get for under £1 prices. I hate shopping.

Lidl is 78.4p/litre



Think you've got your figures a bit mixed up there.

edit, I see you must have meant Tesco. Fair enough. Is it really that much in Tesco? They must be raking it in as they must pay the farmers the same as Lidl.
Edited by: "sotomonkey" 3rd Mar 2011

sotomonkey

Think you've got your figures a bit mixed up there.edit, I see you must … Think you've got your figures a bit mixed up there.edit, I see you must have meant Tesco. Fair enough. Is it really that much in Tesco? They must be raking it in as they must pay the farmers the same as Lidl.



Yep, we have a family friend who is a dairy farmer & we own a couple of supermarkets (independent) - farmers get a **** poor price for their milk (something like 10/15p per litre - not sure of exact price) & it's got easily the highest profit margin of anything in the store apart from maybe the hot food/deli sections.

Don't know why it's like that but it always has been.

Bickstar

Yep, we have a family friend who is a dairy farmer & we own a couple of … Yep, we have a family friend who is a dairy farmer & we own a couple of supermarkets (independent) - farmers get a **** poor price for their milk (something like 10/15p per litre - not sure of exact price) & it's got easily the highest profit margin of anything in the store apart from maybe the hot food/deli sections. Don't know why it's like that but it always has been.



What's even worse, is the practice where supermarkets put clauses in contracts that allow them to terminate the contract at very short notice. If this happens, the suppliers of perishable items like milk are put in the position where they're forced to sell or their milk all goes off and is worthless.

Clearly in retailing, it's power relationships that are important imo... who owns the value chain etc. That's why I really like businesses like Good African Coffee, as they've worked very hard to try and own the value chain. Sadly the one thing they can't overcome is the power of the supermarkets.
goodafrican.com/

They actually produce, process and package the coffee in Africa (Uganda). They're in a much more powerful position than companies that sell raw coffee to places like Nestle at a knock down price, only for it to be packaged in Europe etc. and sold at a premium.

Edited by: "sotomonkey" 3rd Mar 2011

Bickstar

What's even worse... and sold at a premium.



I love the principles Good African Coffee has been established with, would love to see something similar protecting our local producers and giving them a bit more more & control over their markets, rather than big chains dictating that their carrots are too knobbly or their broccoli not the right shade of green.

Gone off topic a bit...
Edited by: "Bickstar" 3rd Mar 2011

jacksprout

79p at aldi



That's not milk, it's bulls semen X)

jacksprout

79p at aldi

den169

I think you'll find Lidl milk is 2 litres.

aldi in scotland has the red tractor

jacksprout

aldi in scotland has the red tractor



Apologies, I may be confusing Aldi milk with Fqrm Foods.

Banned

What a crap deal..... Both Tesco and Asda do 2 x 4 pints for £2 so £1 each.... I'm not troddling into Lidl for 11p..... I want to deals saving £1's not pence.....

Besides I only drink organic so no good for me....

Also Tesco do a 2 Litre milk for 75p (sometimes 50p) so that's better if you want to get dirty about it
Edited by: "hmmmnice111" 3rd Mar 2011

hmmmnice111

What a crap deal..... Both Tesco and Asda do 2 x 4 pints for £2 so £1 e … What a crap deal..... Both Tesco and Asda do 2 x 4 pints for £2 so £1 each.... I'm not troddling into Lidl for 11p..... I want to deals saving £1's not pence.....Besides I only drink organic so no good for me....Also Tesco do a 2 Litre milk for 75p (sometimes 50p) so that's better if you want to get dirty about it



Christ I've never seen these prices at Tesco?!

hmmmnice111

What a crap deal..... Both Tesco and Asda do 2 x 4 pints for £2 so £1 e … What a crap deal..... Both Tesco and Asda do 2 x 4 pints for £2 so £1 each.... I'm not troddling into Lidl for 11p..... I want to deals saving £1's not pence.....Besides I only drink organic so no good for me....Also Tesco do a 2 Litre milk for 75p (sometimes 50p) so that's better if you want to get dirty about it



This is a good deal for people who don't want 8 pints of milk with the same date on them. Besides, Lidl have been doing 4 pints of milk for a pound for about two years constant.
Edited by: "sotomonkey" 3rd Mar 2011

sotomonkey

This is a good deal for people who don't want 8 pints of milk with the … This is a good deal for people who don't want 8 pints of milk with the same date on them. Besides, Lidl have been doing 4 pints of milk for a pound for about two years constant.



I buy two, use one and freeze one.
Milk freezes fine.

Bickstar

Christ I've never seen these prices at Tesco?!


Same, its like 86p just for 2pints (thats 2x568ml = 1.136 litres for those who dont get pints...) at tesco, waitrose and m&s.
Dont who where some people get their prices from...

jacksprout

79p at aldi



If you have Aldi nearby, you are LUCKY !!!

hmmmnice111

What a crap deal..... Both Tesco and Asda do 2 x 4 pints for £2 so £1 e … What a crap deal..... Both Tesco and Asda do 2 x 4 pints for £2 so £1 each.... I'm not troddling into Lidl for 11p..... I want to deals saving £1's not pence.....Besides I only drink organic so no good for me....Also Tesco do a 2 Litre milk for 75p (sometimes 50p) so that's better if you want to get dirty about it



Pillock, it's far from being a c**p deal, a saving is a saving which is what this site is all about!!

Tesco do not always have that 75p milk on offer, the 2 in my area don't at the moment.

If it's no good for because you suck the cows udder then why even bother to comment with irrelevant information!

sollas001

Lidl is 78.4p/litre



If only my car ran on it.

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