Cravendale  2 litres for £1 @ Morrisons
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Cravendale 2 litres for £1 @ Morrisons

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Found 22nd Sep 2012
Just heads up. As of 24th September Cravendale 2 litre £1. Great if you are collecting the Epic Straws.

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poor dairy farmers though ...i would happily pay more for milk to support them

stevewales

poor dairy farmers though ...i would happily pay more for milk to … poor dairy farmers though ...i would happily pay more for milk to support them


I knew it! I knew it wouldn't take long for people to break out the "Is it dairy, Is it organic, is it free range, does it wipe it's own ****?"

SirHazman

I knew it! I knew it wouldn't take long for people to break out the "Is … I knew it! I knew it wouldn't take long for people to break out the "Is it dairy, Is it organic, is it free range, does it wipe it's own ****?"



i did not say that i just support British farmers ...i did not mention organic free range or otherwise

stevewales

i did not say that i just support British farmers ...i did not … i did not say that i just support British farmers ...i did not mention organic free range or otherwise


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oh you can post a picture ..... well done old boy well done

stevewales

oh you can post a picture ..... well done old boy well done


And you can't? Well done old boy.

you took your time .....had to think of the answer eh....never mind it was mind numbingly boring .....alas good sir i bid you good night to trawl various internet pictures to post that don't mean a thing

SirHazman

I knew it! I knew it wouldn't take long for people to break out the "Is … I knew it! I knew it wouldn't take long for people to break out the "Is it dairy, Is it organic, is it free range, does it wipe it's own ****?"



damn these people with their pesky morals and interest in bigger issues than cheap milk.

stevewales

you took your time .....had to think of the answer eh....never mind it … you took your time .....had to think of the answer eh....never mind it was mind numbingly boring .....alas good sir i bid you good night to trawl various internet pictures to post that don't mean a thing


I took my time because I was away from my computer, maybe you can't understand that oO The fact that you don't understand simple sarcasm shows that you sir, are the mind numbingly boring one. Night night

stevewales

poor dairy farmers though ...i would happily pay more for milk to … poor dairy farmers though ...i would happily pay more for milk to support them



Just because shops sell milk at a low price, it does not mean the farmers are getting a bad deal. Morrisons could be selling it at a loss to them in order to attract customers into the store, (called a loss leader). As far as I am aware, most supermarkets have recently agreed to pay farmers a fair price, and the farmers have accepted that price.

Cracking deal, this milk is beautifull

what are epic stars?

what are epic straws ?

Banned

I dont like this milk. I would prefer buying Waitrose Dutchy milk, oh me being Posh...

Good, about time they all stopped the price fixing on this!

Original Poster

Hughsee

what are epic straws?


A load of straws that connect together to make different shapes. Better description on their website milkmatters
Edited by: "potty_paula" 23rd Sep 2012

So you think that by paying a high price for milk on the shelves your supporting dairy farmers. WRONG, your just supporting the supermarket, Morrisons were one of the first retailers to agree to pay a fair price for milk. They are selling it at a loss, it's a loss leader. Please continue to choose the most expensive milk on the shelves, someone has to keep those supermarket share holders in profit

Great post btw, and this stuff lasts for ages so we can stock up (apart from the do gooders).

stevewales

poor dairy farmers though ...i would happily pay more for milk to … poor dairy farmers though ...i would happily pay more for milk to support them



Poor?? LOL

I have yet to meet a poor farmer - they are one of the wealthiest sectors of the community.

ian18

Poor?? LOLI have yet to meet a poor farmer - they are one of the … Poor?? LOLI have yet to meet a poor farmer - they are one of the wealthiest sectors of the community.

I agree.

I've never met a poor farmer in my life, but I've met a load of them who are particularly good at telling you how poor they are, often before jumping into their top-of-the range 4x4 to take their many children to private school!

Nobody is forcing them to sell their milk to the supermarkets. If they can sell it for more elsewhere, they should.

Dammit, just been today and bought my 16 pints for the week

I just feel sorry for the cows who literally get "milked" all their lives and then killed so that their hides can be used for sofas, their meat eaten and their hooves ground into a powder for use as glue.

Forget Poor Farmers, it is really Poor Cows. Born into a life of servitude only to be killed and eaten at the end of so much valuable and totally selfless service.
Edited by: "harrow2004" 23rd Sep 2012

Cravendale is owned by Arla Foods, who are a European company. They dont operate in UK. 90% of their milk comes from Europe. So, tell me how the hell are they related to anything to do with British farmers ?

harrow2004

I just feel sorry for the cows who literally get "milked" all their lives … I just feel sorry for the cows who literally get "milked" all their lives and then killed so that their hides can be used for sofas, their meat eaten and their hooves ground into a powder for use as glue. Forget Poor Farmers, it is really Poor Cows.


The chair you were sitting on while typing that was made from cow leather.

zahidworld

Cravendale is owned by Arla Foods, who are a European company. They dont … Cravendale is owned by Arla Foods, who are a European company. They dont operate in UK. 90% of their milk comes from Europe. So, tell me how the hell are they related to anything to do with British farmers ?



Please show your facts for this? Yes they are a European company but Arla is the UK's largest supplier of fresh milk and cream, producing over 2.2 billion litres of milk every year. Do you think they trunk it through the channel everyday?

The farmers have agreed a new price deal with Arla and the supermarkets so can we keep on topic please.

Hot deal by the way..

4 pint is £1 much better deal

fab find
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