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Cow & Gate Growing Up Milk £1 @ Poundland
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Small or large carton?

Looked quite large to me, metro centre had quite a few left

Jacksonsmam

Looked quite large to me, metro centre had quite a few left



Just asking because the small single serving cartons are 69ish pence.

Bigger than the single ones maybe the size of 2/3 I think, hope this helps

2-3 year olds should be drinking cows milk! Full fat 1-2 years then semi skimmed or skimmed 2-3+ years. It provides all essential fats, iron & calcium needed. All these follow on milks are just for big companies to make more money & make you think it's healthier/better for your child.


Ok rant over. Let the abuse begin.....

Treacle2009

2-3 year olds should be drinking cows milk! Full fat 1-2 years then semi … 2-3 year olds should be drinking cows milk! Full fat 1-2 years then semi skimmed or skimmed 2-3+ years. It provides all essential fats, iron & calcium needed. All these follow on milks are just for big companies to make more money & make you think it's healthier/better for your child.Ok rant over. Let the abuse begin.....



no abuse from me i agree

The large cartons are 39p each in home bargains at the moment.
The Llandudno store had plenty in stock last time I went in.

Treacle2009

2-3 year olds should be drinking cows milk! Full fat 1-2 years then semi … 2-3 year olds should be drinking cows milk! Full fat 1-2 years then semi skimmed or skimmed 2-3+ years. It provides all essential fats, iron & calcium needed. All these follow on milks are just for big companies to make more money & make you think it's healthier/better for your child.Ok rant over. Let the abuse begin.....


The 2-3 Cow & Gate IS a semi-skimmed version of the 1-2 as yes, you're right. Children over 2yrs should switch to semi-skimmed.

I personally buy this as it had added Omega 3 plus added Vitamins. Vitamin A is reduced in the process of ordinary semi-skimmed for example. Plus, on top of that- a tub lasts me at least a month, where as I'm constantly having to buy fresh milk otherwise, having 4 young children :-)

Treacle2009

2-3 year olds should be drinking cows milk! Full fat 1-2 years then semi … 2-3 year olds should be drinking cows milk! Full fat 1-2 years then semi skimmed or skimmed 2-3+ years. It provides all essential fats, iron & calcium needed. All these follow on milks are just for big companies to make more money & make you think it's healthier/better for your child.Ok rant over. Let the abuse begin.....



I also agree but cows milk doesn't contain any iron does it?!

2-3 year old shouldn't be having bottles of milk? I don't understand how this is a cheaper option? Why not just use cows milk on cereal, to drink from a cup etc? They should get enough iron etc from eggs and other things they are eating.

Or try homebargains 39p - link to previous post
hotukdeals.com/dea…890
Edited by: "steve543" 13th Jul 2014

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To all the judgemental comments that I was expecting lol - I don't use this my son is 1 year old and on cows milk.
"Rant over"
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