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Asda brand 3 litre milk £1.14 instore
Asda brand 3 litre milk £1.14 instore

Asda brand 3 litre milk £1.14 instore

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Asda 3 litre milk range slashed price now £1.14 down from £1.30.
Found in asda enniskillen, Northern Ireland.

This is a much better deal than the below link which was voted hot today.

hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…339

I got the Semi skimmed I thought it was a fantastic deal. The stockist said it should be nationwide.

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Original Poster

This is a much better deal than the below link which was voted hot today.

hotukdeals.com/dea…339
Edited by: "Ger73" 4th Jan 2015

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 .. but this Deal is less then 1.5 Hours Old .. lets see what the rest of the Day holds, huh? lol. :-)

OP .. 3 Pints of Milk? .. what an odd amount? ...

I know 1 Pint .. 2 Pints .. 4 Pints .. & 6 Pints .. but never 3 Pints before ..... lool. :-)

amour3k

OP .. 3 Pints of Milk? .. what an odd amount? ...I know 1 Pint .. 2 Pints … OP .. 3 Pints of Milk? .. what an odd amount? ...I know 1 Pint .. 2 Pints .. 4 Pints .. & 6 Pints .. but never 3 Pints before ..... lool. :-)



It's 3 litres not 3 pints!

LITRES!

But never seen that either in England. Is it an Irish special - sold both sides of the border?

Original Poster

BarmyBulldog

It's 3 litres not 3 pints!



I said 3 litres approx 6 pints

Has anyone else noticed that Asda's minimum order for delivery is now £40? When you first login to the website it says £25, but as soon as you select a delivery slot it changes. Looks like I might need to go back to Sainsburys :0(

I'd rather pay more for milk and make sure the farmers get a decent price
Eventually they'll be so few farmers left that the price will rocket

That is a hot price for the qty (voted) ..but a cold cold price for hard working farmers! (especially in a country which demands more in terms of animal welfare than the rest of the EU) ..don't screw the farmer

Cold not organic, don't really fancy a dose of steroids, growth hormones and antibiotics myself.

RustySpoons

Cold not organic, don't really fancy a dose of steroids, growth hormones … Cold not organic, don't really fancy a dose of steroids, growth hormones and antibiotics myself.



Lol. Daft comment.

MR GUS

..don't screw the farmer


What about the farmer's daughter?

I feel sorry for the farmers, not adding heat

Milk doesn't need to be so cheap, cold for me, farmers are getting ragged.

Not in Halifax, just cost me £1.30 which was a pleasant surprise as it used to be £1.48

Poor cows

emhaslam

Lol. Daft comment.



Daft, only if you are ignorant of food politics!

It's a choice. You can get 2x 4pts Organic for £3 from both Sainsbury and Tesco.

Where possible, my child has always has organic milk. The cost is negligible vs the unknown extras in standard milk.

99rb

Daft, only if you are ignorant of food politics! It's a choice. You … Daft, only if you are ignorant of food politics! It's a choice. You can get 2x 4pts Organic for £3 from both Sainsbury and Tesco. Where possible, my child has always has organic milk. The cost is negligible vs the unknown extras in standard milk.


My 2 year old is bright as a button and 5' tall, no normal milk effects there

99rb

Daft, only if you are ignorant of food politics! It's a choice. You … Daft, only if you are ignorant of food politics! It's a choice. You can get 2x 4pts Organic for £3 from both Sainsbury and Tesco. Where possible, my child has always has organic milk. The cost is negligible vs the unknown extras in standard milk.



No, it's daft because you're voting cold just because someone doesn't drink the same milk as you. £1.14 is cheap milk, whether you like it or not.

Banned

donkykunk

I'd rather pay more for milk and make sure the farmers get a decent … I'd rather pay more for milk and make sure the farmers get a decent priceEventually they'll be so few farmers left that the price will rocket




excuse me are u just retarded? lol at you thinking the farmers would be getting the extra $ if it would cost more...

BarmyBulldog

It's 3 litres not 3 pints!



My bad! lol. :-)

bet the farmers are getting a crap deal :-(

hardworker1974

bet the farmers are getting a crap deal :-(



No, they get the price agreed in the contract irrespective of what price Asda sells the milk at
Edited by: "WaftyCranker" 9th Jan 2015

Original Poster

Cannot believe people are finding fault at this price

Ger73

Cannot believe people are finding fault at this price



Because some numpty's seem to think the lower the price the less the farmers get. They are paid the contracted rate which they agreed to

milky228

No, it's daft because you're voting cold just because someone doesn't … No, it's daft because you're voting cold just because someone doesn't drink the same milk as you. £1.14 is cheap milk, whether you like it or not.



There's being ignorant of food politics and then there being just plain ignorant.

I see the one you chose.

BTW, I hadn't voted, until just.

Xxx

farmers being paid 24p a litre. Cost of production 28p.Think on.

farmers have no contracted price.The dairy's set there own prices.At the moment being paid 24p a litre with the cost of production being 28p Think on.

WaftyCranker

No, they get the price agreed in the contract irrespective of what price … No, they get the price agreed in the contract irrespective of what price Asda sells the milk at



their hands are forced. the supermarkets have the monopoly.

It's about 1.15ppl cheaper than the 4 pints so I wouldn't say it's "much" better. Good price though.

I'd prefer to pay a little extra if farmers get that extra, but the problem is how do we know where the money is going to?

If it costs extra at one supermarket than another, how would we know that the extra is going towards farmers and not the supermarket...

Not national... £1.30 in Bromborough.

WaftyCranker

No, they get the price agreed in the contract irrespective of what price … No, they get the price agreed in the contract irrespective of what price Asda sells the milk at



True! .. at like 1p a Gallon or something lowwwwwwwwwwwww like that .....

shud22

I'd prefer to pay a little extra if farmers get that extra, but the … I'd prefer to pay a little extra if farmers get that extra, but the problem is how do we know where the money is going to?If it costs extra at one supermarket than another, how would we know that the extra is going towards farmers and not the supermarket...



Interesting point .....

WaftyCranker

Because some numpty's seem to think the lower the price the less the … Because some numpty's seem to think the lower the price the less the farmers get. They are paid the contracted rate which they agreed to



Depends on your 'interpretation' really? .. they have to 'eat' like everyone else right? .. so being 'dictated' a Price, & being 'agreed' a Price are by far not the same 'Animals' to say the very least ..... seriously, not the same thing.
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