Alpro Roasted Almond / Soya Milk Chilled 90p @ Asda
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Alpro Roasted Almond / Soya Milk Chilled 90p @ Asda

£0.90£1.5040%Asda Deals
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Posted 1st Nov
Almond milk ..various other variety available
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Before buying this purely for environmental reasons, do some research on water usage in almond production. And also check whether your local council actually recycles tetrapacks! If like me you buy for taste or dairy reasons, keep an eye out for deals on cashew milk, a slightly thicker, creamier texture, it’s fab
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This is a newer recipe. Alpro has also changed the Unsweetened Coconut and I don't personally think that it's better than the old version.
Does anyone know if this is National, because it wasn't reduced in my local ASDA this afternoon?
Go Vegan!
Before buying this purely for environmental reasons, do some research on water usage in almond production. And also check whether your local council actually recycles tetrapacks! If like me you buy for taste or dairy reasons, keep an eye out for deals on cashew milk, a slightly thicker, creamier texture, it’s fab
Can someone confirm is its nationwide?
Thanks
urinthematrix01/11/2019 23:20

Can someone confirm is its nationwide?Thanks



It's this price online, so national.
urinthematrix01/11/2019 23:20

Can someone confirm is its nationwide?Thanks


Bought it in Belfast yesterday for this price.
Tesco was doing 3 for £3. More expensive but still a good offer for those that can't find in their local Asda
welshfrankie01/11/2019 23:06

Before buying this purely for environmental reasons, do some research on …Before buying this purely for environmental reasons, do some research on water usage in almond production. And also check whether your local council actually recycles tetrapacks! If like me you buy for taste or dairy reasons, keep an eye out for deals on cashew milk, a slightly thicker, creamier texture, it’s fab


Agreed! Cashew or Oat milk 👌
welshfrankie01/11/2019 23:06

Before buying this purely for environmental reasons, do some research on …Before buying this purely for environmental reasons, do some research on water usage in almond production. And also check whether your local council actually recycles tetrapacks! If like me you buy for taste or dairy reasons, keep an eye out for deals on cashew milk, a slightly thicker, creamier texture, it’s fab



Since Cow Milk provides some nutrients that are hard to find in other foods, it remains a major part of many people’s diets, not only in the form of liquid milk, but cheese, ice cream, yogurt, and butter, to name a few. Cows, like all animals, eat and drink, but very little of what they eat goes into the actual production of Cow Milk. According to Natural News, it takes some 2,000 gallons of water to produce one gallon of Cow Milk, roughly twice as much as that required to produce a gallon of Almond Milk. Add in other risks to the environment that cows represent, such as pesticides and greenhouse gas emissions, it comes down to a choice that we have to make, perhaps out of three options.
greenoptimistic.com/mil…08/
Takes a lot to produce almonds but still half half of whats needed for cows milk
I’d much rather make my own tbh, all it’s needed is a blender which are pretty cheap nowadays. The taste is much better and it’s very fun practice too
nebno602/11/2019 10:24

Since Cow Milk provides some nutrients that are hard to find in other …Since Cow Milk provides some nutrients that are hard to find in other foods, it remains a major part of many people’s diets, not only in the form of liquid milk, but cheese, ice cream, yogurt, and butter, to name a few. Cows, like all animals, eat and drink, but very little of what they eat goes into the actual production of Cow Milk. According to Natural News, it takes some 2,000 gallons of water to produce one gallon of Cow Milk, roughly twice as much as that required to produce a gallon of Almond Milk. Add in other risks to the environment that cows represent, such as pesticides and greenhouse gas emissions, it comes down to a choice that we have to make, perhaps out of three options.https://www.greenoptimistic.com/milk-problem-environment-20140908/Takes a lot to produce almonds but still half half of whats needed for cows milk


Agreed, it's better than cows milk, but still oat milk, soy milk or even rice milk are superior environmental alternatives.
richt01/11/2019 21:14

This is a newer recipe. Alpro has also changed the Unsweetened Coconut and …This is a newer recipe. Alpro has also changed the Unsweetened Coconut and I don't personally think that it's better than the old version.Does anyone know if this is National, because it wasn't reduced in my local ASDA this afternoon?


It should be national since its online too
Otto.uk02/11/2019 06:28

Tesco was doing 3 for £3. More expensive but still a good offer for those …Tesco was doing 3 for £3. More expensive but still a good offer for those that can't find in their local Asda


Yep... Got it from Tesco today.
PlumCoture02/11/2019 11:57

It should be national since its online too


Yep. Popped into ASDA about an hour ago and bought 10. Shame they don't have the same deal on the Unsweetened Coconut as well.
richt02/11/2019 14:51

Yep. Popped into ASDA about an hour ago and bought 10. Shame they don't …Yep. Popped into ASDA about an hour ago and bought 10. Shame they don't have the same deal on the Unsweetened Coconut as well.


They did have it, maybe oos
PlumCoture02/11/2019 15:00

They did have it, maybe oos


A couple of my local ASDA's and Morrisons are having stock problems and have not had any Coconut for more than a week. As I have said, I prefer the older Coconut recipe.
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