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Asda Organic 4 Pints Milk £1.73 or 2 for £3 @ Asda of course!
Asda Organic 4 Pints Milk £1.73 or 2 for £3 @ Asda of course!

Asda Organic 4 Pints Milk £1.73 or 2 for £3 @ Asda of course!

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What it says in the title Asda organic milk 4 pints or 2.272 litres whole or semi skimmed.
Might not be the greatest deal, but we all need it for tea, coffee, cereals etc, I could go on but I wont.

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Rubbish deal due to highly offensive avatar......

Nozzawolf;4436799

Rubbish deal due to highly offensive avatar......



Best deal of the century due to excellent avatar ......... :thumbsup:

Iceland have been selling 4 pints of milk for £1.25 for a long time now. (the frozen food chain of shops - not the country)

Same deal available in Sainsburys.

regcar;4437419

Iceland have been selling 4 pints of milk for £1.25 for a long time now. … Iceland have been selling 4 pints of milk for £1.25 for a long time now. (the frozen food chain of shops - not the country)



Not Organic tho

Not available in skimmed, I believe, so stuff us that wanna manage our fat intake = the same as Sainsburys deal that has been running for weeks organic milk at this size.

Cold. Why pay more to fund a substandard and abusive ideology? (i.e. use of homeopathy to treat sick animals - just don't go there.)

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In my Asda at £1.00

flaxdoctor;4472644

Cold. Why pay more to fund a substandard and abusive ideology? (i.e. use … Cold. Why pay more to fund a substandard and abusive ideology? (i.e. use of homeopathy to treat sick animals - just don't go there.)




Organic milk contains more omega 3, so there are health benefits :thumbsup:

dailymail.co.uk/hea…tml

deanos;4474880

Organic milk contains more omega 3, so there are health benefits … Organic milk contains more omega 3, so there are health benefits :thumbsup:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-402701/Organic-milk-better-healthy-diet.html



:!: I'd strongly advise against quoting the Daily Mail as a source of any knowledge, let alone scientific!

I have conducted research of my own in this field (as it were) - the facts are you get a little more alpha linolenic acid from grass-fed cows than you do from concentrate-fed cows. Whether the grass is organically grown or not makes no difference. The kind of difference we actually get is miniscule, and it's almost all in the sort of omega-3 fat that you need a lot of to make any difference (short chain or ALA). So no health benefits from this or any other organic options, frankly, just bigger food bills.

PS flax is a good source of ALA and thus omega-3 - hence the handle :thumbsup:
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