4 Pints Whole - Semi and Skimmed Milk 99p @ Iceland
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4 Pints Whole - Semi and Skimmed Milk 99p @ Iceland

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Found 23rd Jan
4 pints is £1.09 plus now in other supermarkets
Iceland seems to be cheapest place around at 99p

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It was £0.95 now it’s gone up to £0.99
Cold, the red should be £0.50 as is 50% water! (HOT)
Alternatively at time of this post Farmfoods knocks out 2 x 2litres milk (2 x 3.5pints) at total £1.50, or let you mix and match between certain products (e.g. Kingsmill bread) for the £1.50, plus vouchers for discounts off £25+ spends at farmfoods.co.uk/pdf…pdf
If you get through a fair bit of milk, the Co-op always have 2x 4pints for £2 and if you're a member the 5% back makes it 95p. Also, their farmers are guaranteed a fair price, not sure of the set-up with other supermarkets/farmers.
Edited by: "fouremus" 23rd Jan
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It was £0.95 now it’s gone up to £0.99
Cold, the red should be £0.50 as is 50% water! (HOT)
Alternatively at time of this post Farmfoods knocks out 2 x 2litres milk (2 x 3.5pints) at total £1.50, or let you mix and match between certain products (e.g. Kingsmill bread) for the £1.50, plus vouchers for discounts off £25+ spends at farmfoods.co.uk/pdf…pdf
The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by date is never very long - usually around 3 days. I normally pick it up in Aldi and it is usually over 8 days.
Sophiasky1 m ago

The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by …The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by date is never very long - usually around 3 days. I normally pick it up in Aldi and it is usually over 8 days.


And it tastes bit funny
AndyRoyd34 m ago

Alternatively at time of this post Farmfoods knocks out 2 x 2litres milk …Alternatively at time of this post Farmfoods knocks out 2 x 2litres milk (2 x 3.5pints) at total £1.50, or let you mix and match between certain products (e.g. Kingsmill bread) for the £1.50, plus vouchers for discounts off £25+ spends at https://www.farmfoods.co.uk/pdfs/farmfoods_voucher.pdf



forgot you could mix n match...even better
If you get through a fair bit of milk, the Co-op always have 2x 4pints for £2 and if you're a member the 5% back makes it 95p. Also, their farmers are guaranteed a fair price, not sure of the set-up with other supermarkets/farmers.
Edited by: "fouremus" 23rd Jan
Sophiasky45 m ago

The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by …The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by date is never very long - usually around 3 days. I normally pick it up in Aldi and it is usually over 8 days.


I find that too.
fouremus18 m ago

If you get through a fair bit of milk, the Co-op always have 2x 4pints for …If you get through a fair bit of milk, the Co-op always have 2x 4pints for £2 and if you're a member the 5% back makes it 95p. Also, their farmers are guaranteed a fair price, not sure of the set-up with other supermarkets/farmers.


I aways use my Coop card when I buy products there, but I have never been given 5% off of their milk - thought I read somewhere that it is 5% off any of their own range of products - never had a discount for anything.
Bring back proper full fat milk, that had a good taste. Nothing better than opening a new bottle, I was the cat that got the cream....;-)
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 23rd Jan
peter1969uk32 m ago

Bring back proper full fat milk, that had a good taste. Nothing better …Bring back proper full fat milk, that had a good taste. Nothing better than opening a new bottle, I was the cat that got the cream....;-)


I remember those days well too... in the summer weather, stale and starting to coagulate by 3pm because it had been sitting around in the delivery chain since the evening before :-(

Then 90% of the rest of the bottle being effectively skimmed milk because the cream had gone to whoever opened the bottle first. It is the same full fat milk (if you buy that type), but like the old fashioned Red-top bottles it has been homogenised to mix the cream into the whole, and it keeps suspended until used.
Edited by: "nihcaj" 23rd Jan
Sophiasky1 h, 32 m ago

The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by …The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by date is never very long - usually around 3 days. I normally pick it up in Aldi and it is usually over 8 days.


Yes it can be short dated.Best to go in the morning,
Picked up one with 9 days on it last week
All that lovely pus-filled cow juice 👌👌👌
Edited by: "Shakeyyy" 23rd Jan
Sophiasky2 h, 7 m ago

The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by …The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by date is never very long - usually around 3 days. I normally pick it up in Aldi and it is usually over 8 days.


Yeah , it does tend to turn quickly...although the last two 4 pinters have been okay
Sophiasky1 h, 22 m ago

I aways use my Coop card when I buy products there, but I have never been …I aways use my Coop card when I buy products there, but I have never been given 5% off of their milk - thought I read somewhere that it is 5% off any of their own range of products - never had a discount for anything.


Coop milk is not thier own milk? Bizarre. Less bizarre: get a cat. Guaranteed 10% discount on all Coop purchases to all cats holding (pawing?) an NUSx card. Proof here: hotukdeals.com/com…549
Go iceland!
Its a nice idea but you'll probably get mugged on the way out,
Iceland 4 pint milk has the worst pour ever it goes everywhere GET IT FIXED ICELAND YOU COWBOYS
Sophiasky2 h, 52 m ago

I aways use my Coop card when I buy products there, but I have never been …I aways use my Coop card when I buy products there, but I have never been given 5% off of their milk - thought I read somewhere that it is 5% off any of their own range of products - never had a discount for anything.


Yes, it is own brand items and that includes the milk. If you have an NUS Extra card that gets you 10% off too.

The 5% discount shows at the bottom of your receipt for both that visit, and the running total of credit on your card.
Thought this was the usual price for mil
Sophiasky4 h, 15 m ago

The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by …The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by date is never very long - usually around 3 days. I normally pick it up in Aldi and it is usually over 8 days.


Use-by results: 7days Iceland milk; 8 days Farmfoods milk. Scientific observations performed under controlled conditions today 23 Jan 2018.
edinburgher49 m ago

Thought this was the usual price for mil


It was cheaper than £1 at one stage due to over production and Russia banning EU milk (It imported 32% of it). Leaving a ton of milk in the EU.

Then

"Unless production is reduced, the market will carry on deteriorating at a pace," said Romuald Schaber, president of the European Milk Board.

So now there is a production shortage of milk and butter (hence the price rises). Obviously milk, cream and butter being used in a lot of food products, also increases the price of them.
Sophiasky5 h, 14 m ago

The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by …The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by date is never very long - usually around 3 days. I normally pick it up in Aldi and it is usually over 8 days.


I don't have that problem with Iceland milk. I had a conversation with a milk producer recently, because another brand of milk kept going off after 3 days. They informed me this happens when it hasn't been refrigerated problem somewhere on it's long journey to the shop. So it may be worth complaining, as it's probably a store or route specific problem.
nihcaj4 h, 39 m ago

I remember those days well too... in the summer weather, stale and …I remember those days well too... in the summer weather, stale and starting to coagulate by 3pm because it had been sitting around in the delivery chain since the evening before :-(Then 90% of the rest of the bottle being effectively skimmed milk because the cream had gone to whoever opened the bottle first. It is the same full fat milk (if you buy that type), but like the old fashioned Red-top bottles it has been homogenised to mix the cream into the whole, and it keeps suspended until used.


I thought old red top was semi skimmed. Gold = Jersey, Silver = full, blue = skimmed.
MIDURIX24 m ago

I thought old red top was semi skimmed. Gold = Jersey, Silver = full, blue …I thought old red top was semi skimmed. Gold = Jersey, Silver = full, blue = skimmed.


Correct. I used to do a milk round back in late 90's. About 6 of us piled on to a milk float causing havoc a 2.00am after starting shift after a night out. Good memories. That properly started my milk addiction, will have around 2 litres a day now, my cravendale addiction is expensive (although the Aldi extra fresh stuff comes from arla too and tastes the same, and the coop own brand longer life milk is pretty damn good too). Tesco milk is watery, not nice. Not tried the Iceland stuff, any idea where it's sourced from?
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 23rd Jan
£1.09 LIdl
F9T24 m ago

£1.09 LIdl


? What's that got to do with anything asda 1.09 aswell and aldi and so forth.
jaydeeuk11 h, 7 m ago

Correct. I used to do a milk round back in late 90's. About 6 of us piled …Correct. I used to do a milk round back in late 90's. About 6 of us piled on to a milk float causing havoc a 2.00am after starting shift after a night out. Good memories. That properly started my milk addiction, will have around 2 litres a day now, my cravendale addiction is expensive (although the Aldi extra fresh stuff comes from arla too and tastes the same, and the coop own brand longer life milk is pretty damn good too). Tesco milk is watery, not nice. Not tried the Iceland stuff, any idea where it's sourced from?


Muller, which supply Tesco also. They currently supply Morrisons, but they are moving to Arla in March.
Coop is always 2 for £2 if anyone has 1 local
In my local shop its 50p for a 4 pint and has been for a few years now
SteMoss15 m ago

In my local shop its 50p for a 4 pint and has been for a few years now


4 pints is 2.27litres and most farmers get around 25-35p a litre, so that shop must be making a loss I would have thought.
I just want the farmers to get a fair price for the milk. Iceland selling it for 99p would not make me visit an Iceland store over another one.
edinburgher4 h, 24 m ago

Thought this was the usual price for mil


Wish my MIL was this cheap then some1 might have been willing to BUY her off me🤔
Farmers still getting fleeced!
If bluetop is full fat milk,then what is Jersey milk please ?
gcmarcal9 h, 26 m ago

Cold, the red should be £0.50 as is 50% water! (HOT)


That would be less than whole milk then which is actually 87% water.
Sophiasky8 h, 22 m ago

I aways use my Coop card when I buy products there, but I have never been …I aways use my Coop card when I buy products there, but I have never been given 5% off of their milk - thought I read somewhere that it is 5% off any of their own range of products - never had a discount for anything.


You don't get a 5% discount taken off at the till. The 5% is credited to your co-op card, which can then be spent on future visits.

Combine it with the NUS discount though and it works out 15% off.
Edited by: "sneakybifta" 23rd Jan
MynameisM1 h, 57 m ago

? What's that got to do with anything asda 1.09 aswell and aldi and so …? What's that got to do with anything asda 1.09 aswell and aldi and so forth.


Just saying
Sophiasky9 h, 19 m ago

The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by …The only thing that I find with the milk from Iceland is that the use by date is never very long - usually around 3 days. I normally pick it up in Aldi and it is usually over 8 days.


I find it the other way round going on taste.
MIDURIX3 h, 18 m ago

I thought old red top was semi skimmed. Gold = Jersey, Silver = full, blue …I thought old red top was semi skimmed. Gold = Jersey, Silver = full, blue = skimmed.


I must be showing my age. Red was Homogenised full fat, some dairies had it as red stripe on silver. Skimmed or semi skimmed didn't really exist then!
Edited by: "nihcaj" 23rd Jan
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