A2 milk on Try Me free. Buy for between £1 and £1.20, then claim your money back = FREE
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A2 milk on Try Me free. Buy for between £1 and £1.20, then claim your money back = FREE

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Found 12th Jan
A2 milk is on a try me free offer, just buy and claim your money back, making it completely free

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sola3545 m ago

heat op, seems easy to claim the cash back, just finding it in the shops …heat op, seems easy to claim the cash back, just finding it in the shops might be the hard bit, im not sure ?


I've seen it Tesco, sains and Asda. Tesco is with the milks, but it's on the shelf above, in sains, they tend to put it with the juices and coconut milks. Asda it's on an end fridge, with milkshakes and yoghurts
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heat op, seems easy to claim the cash back, just finding it in the shops might be the hard bit, im not sure ?

sola3529 m ago

heat op, seems easy to claim the cash back, just finding it in the shops …heat op, seems easy to claim the cash back, just finding it in the shops might be the hard bit, im not sure ?


I've seen in Tesco for about the last 6months. It's just like normal blue topusual milk
Edited by: "LeahsMintytoutou" 12th Jan

Heat added great find

Original Poster

sola3545 m ago

heat op, seems easy to claim the cash back, just finding it in the shops …heat op, seems easy to claim the cash back, just finding it in the shops might be the hard bit, im not sure ?


I've seen it Tesco, sains and Asda. Tesco is with the milks, but it's on the shelf above, in sains, they tend to put it with the juices and coconut milks. Asda it's on an end fridge, with milkshakes and yoghurts

Original Poster

LeahsMintytoutou18 m ago

I've seen in Tesco for about the last 6months. It's just like normal blue …I've seen in Tesco for about the last 6months. It's just like normal blue topusual milk


Seen in Asda and sains too, sains with the juices, in Asda in the end fridge

Nice one op

Any good for the lactose intollerant?

Great post op, had an email from them about it, never thought to make a post!

Zek7 h, 19 m ago

Any good for the lactose intollerant?



No, Milk apparently has A1 and A2 proteins in it, and this is a1 free . What that really means is unclear there is no strong evidence A1 proteins are bad for you but anecdotally it may help if regular milk upsets your stomach.

Bottom line its processed cows milk....
Edited by: "gavin1" 13th Jan

gavin13 h, 2 m ago

No, Milk apparently has A1 and A2 proteins in it, and this is a1 free . …No, Milk apparently has A1 and A2 proteins in it, and this is a1 free . What that really means is unclear there is no strong evidence A1 proteins are bad for you but anecdotally it may help if regular milk upsets your stomach.Bottom line its processed cows milk....



Pasteurised milk does upset my stomach. So I switched to a local farmer's raw milk that he sells at the weekly market. No more problems.

bozo0075 h, 32 m ago

Pasteurised milk does upset my stomach. So I switched to a local farmer's …Pasteurised milk does upset my stomach. So I switched to a local farmer's raw milk that he sells at the weekly market. No more problems.


As I said anecdotally, the company selling it say in their research people say The A2 milk does not give them a bloated feeling after drinking it.


If raw milk works for you use it, i use raw milk to make cheese but There is very little peer reviewed scientific study to back up the claim that A2 is better for you
Edited by: "gavin1" 13th Jan
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