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Asda 4 pints ( All Types) - 89p or Asda 6 pints ( All Types) - £1.30
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Asda finally matching Iceland & Aldi on price 89p for 4 pint.

milk going the same way as petrol?

Whole milk too just not skimmed

Hot

Just picked up 4 pint milk in LIDL for 89p as well therefore they are matching a lot of others

Not a bad deal for one of the big four supermarkets,
This morning I notice Morrison's have reduced their Meadow park Milk by 1p to 88p, probably thinking that people won't notice that their 2 litres @ 88p is less milk than other stores 4 [email protected] 89p..How these supermarkets take there customers for fools

Already posted. Mods please remove.

33 posts before yours.

COLD, think of farmers!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ddaann31

COLD, think of farmers!!!!!!!!!!!!!



I used to work in accounts, all the dairy farmers were doing well and driving Range Rovers!

there's always one that think farmers do well and there's nothing I can say to make you believe it's a struggle unless you do it yourself!!

bd1981bd

33 posts before yours.



the other one seems to have gone walk about , so this is the one first posted. surprised it lasted so long

Sod the farmers it's the cows who suffer most when profit margins are squeezed !!

how about chocolate milk??

Well yeah.. so way to go on reposting the gifagain in your quote smart move !!

All copies of the gif need removing

What kind of bees make milk?

Boobies

Anyone seen what the supermarket price wars on milk are doing to dairy production? dairyco.org.uk/mar…rs/ Enjoy the cheap milk whilst it lasts folks as, at this rate, we won't have any producers left in the near future

holty1971

Anyone seen what the supermarket price wars on milk are doing to dairy … Anyone seen what the supermarket price wars on milk are doing to dairy production? http://www.dairyco.org.uk/market-information/farming-data/producer-numbers/uk-producer-numbers/#.VKhje8tFDqA Enjoy the cheap milk whilst it lasts folks as, at this rate, we won't have any producers left in the near future

Go stick your head in an oven. I'll pay more when they stop putting water in it. This deal is hot.

holty1971

Anyone seen what the supermarket price wars on milk are doing to dairy … Anyone seen what the supermarket price wars on milk are doing to dairy production? http://www.dairyco.org.uk/market-information/farming-data/producer-numbers/uk-producer-numbers/#.VKhje8tFDqA Enjoy the cheap milk whilst it lasts folks as, at this rate, we won't have any producers left in the near future



Farmers still get the same rate (currently about 34p per litre) regardless of milk price. This tends to be a loss leader/minimal profit to get customers in i.e 89p for 2.1something litres 68p goes to the farmer. It will cost more than 21p to transport, bottle and store the milk to the stores.

ddaann31

there's always one that think farmers do well and there's nothing I can … there's always one that think farmers do well and there's nothing I can say to make you believe it's a struggle unless you do it yourself!!



Never yet met a poor farmer..

Government-subsidised to get a RoI down while they print more money… Same as 800g bread. Enjoy.

Clearly some are not familiar with the stranglehold retailers have over producers. It's pretty well documented. Actually it involves unions and processors among the factions. Currently a pricewar is ensuing and the Russian ban has led to a surplus. It's chaos basically.

It's clear that the American style industrialised mega-dairys are coming and that is a sickening thought I want no part in that.

I no longer drink the stuff (am not a calf) but if I did - wouldn't necessarily go for the cheapest.

theguardian.com/uk-…ilk

25p cashback on Shopitize for any supermarket own brand 4pinter too...

ian18

Never yet met a poor farmer..


In 2010, the EU spent €57 billion on agricultural development, of which €39 billion was spent on direct subsidies.

I don't think Dairy farmers are the ones making much, so its time a minimum price rise was placed in milk. Fair enough for the supermarkets to make it a loss leader but don't squeeze the producers out of a living wage.

Unethical for farmer and cow

AL1S0N

milk going the same way as petrol?



NOT quite? .. Governments dictate 'falling' Petrol Prices (or not) .. Supermarkets & Consumers dictate Milk Prices (Farmers lose out) .. neither of the 2 very seperate 'Commodities' are from the same 'Animal' ..... put simply? lol. :-)

Ger73

This is a much better deal than the below link which was voted hot today. … This is a much better deal than the below link which was voted hot today. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asda-4-pints-types-89p-asda-6-pints-types-1-30-2106339Why cold?



Touché .. to date, the OP's 'Deal' is less then 1.5 Hours Old at the moment .. lets kinda see what the Morning, &/or Day holds, huh?. :-)

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Farmers still get the same rate (currently about 34p per litre) regardless of milk price. This tends to be a loss leader/minimal profit to get customers in i.e 89p for 2.1something litres 68p goes to the farmer. It will cost more than 21p to transport, bottle and store the milk to the stores.[/quote]

Well we're on 24p a litre with a text other day saying it's going down again in feb, with the blame on Russia despite 80% of milk produced staying in UK

an awful deal for the dairy farmers of the uk. I for one would be happy to pay an extra 20p for a 4pts of milk for the farmers to get a fairer price.
These supermarkets are causing more grass root problems than the general population fail to recognise.

Why don't we all cut out all the middle men and buy our own cow?
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