Cravendale 2ltr £1 instore @asda
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Cravendale 2ltr £1 instore @asda

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Found 2nd Nov 2013
Just been to grab some some milk and found asda washington (galleries) has cravendale 2litre milk instore for £1. Absolute bargain, however i'm not sure if this deal is national?

Product details;
Finely filtered. Stays fresh for 7 days - purer and fresher for longer. Pasteurised, homogenised, standardised, whole, fresh filtered milk What makes Cravendale taste so pure and fresh? We don't just pasteurise our milk, we also use ceramic filters to remove even more of the bacteria that turns milk sour. This keeps our milk deliciously pure and fresh for twice as long as standard fresh milk without the need for additives or preservatives. It's that simple.
Other information
Storage

Care for your Cravendale by storing it at 0-5°C. Once opened, it stays fresh for seven days. Unopened, our milk will stay fresh for 21 days but make sure you finish it before the 'use by' date on the side of this pack.
Packaging

Plastic Bottle

47 Comments

Original Poster

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Do they not always have £1 milk?
Edited by: "UniqueUser212312" 2nd Nov 2013

Original Poster

UniqueUser212312

Do they not always have £1 milk?

i'm not sure i've never seen cravendale at this price, most of the other supermarkets have it as buy 2 for £3?
Edited by: "Crashhat" 2nd Nov 2013

on the website its the 1 litre bottle that is a £1.

Funny tasting. Not for me - COLD

clennon

Funny tasting. Not for me - COLD



Voting cold as you don't like the taste? Really?

it *should* be this price in all asda stores as it's part of the fortnightly deals that take pride of place on the end of the aisles. However, some stores haven't been issued the price changes yet so will be scanning at £1.98.
Edited by: "nikbob" 2nd Nov 2013

Why cravendale milk is expensive? What's special about it?

Love the fact that they have stuck a brand name on UHT milk so people pay a premium for it...... If you arn't a brand snob you can get 6x1l UHT milk at tesco for £4.

Ineedanoriginalname

Love the fact that they have stuck a brand name on UHT milk so people pay … Love the fact that they have stuck a brand name on UHT milk so people pay a premium for it...... If you arn't a brand snob you can get 6x1l UHT milk at tesco for £4.



Where does cravendale mention that it's UHT? It's just normal milk but filtered and what not. Definitely not the same as or made in the same way as cartons of UHT milk.

I do think this tastes better and at this price it's great.

Excellent stuff since being advised to try I can't go back.Worth every penny.

Ineedanoriginalname

Love the fact that they have stuck a brand name on UHT milk so people pay … Love the fact that they have stuck a brand name on UHT milk so people pay a premium for it...... If you arn't a brand snob you can get 6x1l UHT milk at tesco for £4.



I was having a similar conversation with a friend the other day I couldn't understand why they was paying such a high price for chicken breast meat when they could just buy some chicken flavoured crisps.

cnrathi

Why cravendale milk is expensive? What's special about it?



It's filtered milk so not only does it last longer than regular milk once opened (7 days), it also stays good for 3-4 weeks unopened.

I usually buy the Tesco/Asda own brand filtered milk, it's essentially the same product but cheaper.

It was £1.98 a bottle this evening in Asda Hyson Green and even the 2 for £3 offer was not there. Does not feel like a nation wide deal.

NOT National. 1L bottles are £1 online, and the 2L bottles are £1.98. Are the sheep not able to follow a link thoOrough a website, instead of following the lead to the hot button on a deal which clearly isn't available to the masses? X) oO To be fair to the OP, they have not actually claimed it as national, it's just the others assumption. Although OP, did you check the website?

Was £1.00 in the crewe branch...was naff all there though.
Typical i'd been in tesco earlier and picked some up on the 2 for £3 offer...pffft
Edited by: "floopie" 3rd Nov 2013

Ineedanoriginalname

Love the fact that they have stuck a brand name on UHT milk so people pay … Love the fact that they have stuck a brand name on UHT milk so people pay a premium for it...... If you arn't a brand snob you can get 6x1l UHT milk at tesco for £4.

Cravendale is not UHT milk its just pure filtered which means the natural bacteria that turns the milk sour is almost all filtered out so it stays fresher longer even more so when you leave the bottle sealed. so you could buy two 2 litre bottles for a deal price of £3 and have fresh milk in your fridge for at least two weeks if you dont use so much but like to have plenty in. Also it is the cravendale 1 litre thats a pound not the 2 litre
Ineedanoriginalname

Love the fact that they have stuck a brand name on UHT milk so people pay … Love the fact that they have stuck a brand name on UHT milk so people pay a premium for it...... If you arn't a brand snob you can get 6x1l UHT milk at tesco for £4.

its not uht milk its pure filtered fresh milk. it stays fresher longer infact more than 2 weeks if you dont open it. Also its the cravendale 1 litre that is £1 in asda not the 2 litre. infact asda are dearer than tesco at the moment as they dont have the £3 for 2 bottles offer on like tesco does but hey if you pay the £3.96 for two bottles in asda you will get the 96p difference and the 30p 10% price guarantee so £1.26 back on a voucher providing your careful with the other items you buy. when shopping in asda you should always do two seperate transactions at the till one for all the common priced items in most supermarkets and one for all the special offer priced items like warburtons 800g thick loaves at £1 which are £1.45 in tesco. this would knock 45p off your voucher value.

Cravendale is the best milk I've ever tasted. Worth every penny. Don't knock it until you have tried it. There's no going back to regular milk now.

clennon

Funny tasting. Not for me - COLD

I took the time to sign up just to tell you you're an idiot.

Crashhat

Just been to grab some some milk and found asda washington (galleries) … Just been to grab some some milk and found asda washington (galleries) has cravendale 2litre milk instore for £1. Absolute bargain, however i'm not sure if this deal is national?



It is Nationwide. The £1 price is part of the label, so it's a Cravendale offer and I also got it for this price in Tesco's.

I've had it a few times and honestly can't taste any difference from normal milk, but the fact that it lasts longer is obviously great. Heat added, good price.

In Asda I queried where the 2 for £3 offer had gone on Friday and was told they were £1 but he hadn't changed the label over yet.

They scanned at full price so the cashier went to check for me and they said the assistant was wrong and shouldn't have said that but they honoured the price anyway.

Poor guy probably got told off and looks like he was right!

I'm not sure why this is deemed a good deal, maybe someone can let me know. Asda always have their milk on £1 for 4pts, so why is this such a good deal? I'm baffled...oO

Mark43

I've had it a few times and honestly can't taste any difference from … I've had it a few times and honestly can't taste any difference from normal milk, but the fact that it lasts longer is obviously great. Heat added, good price.


Just wanted to let you know that you can freeze milk so you don't have to buy a certain brand of milk just because it lasts longer. When we went on our hols this year, we had two pints left in a four pint container, so I put it in the freezer and the night we got back, I took it out and it was ready for our tea in the morning...8)

Full price in Asda Glasgow Govan , another deal that hardly anyone can get a hold of that gets voted red hot

We only drink filtered milk these days (Cravendale or own label). We much prefer it to standard fresh milk, and because it lasts longer, we never end up throwing any away. Costs us less in the long run.

Good deal as this is usually 2 for £3 at sainsburys.

I do however buy sainsburys or Tescos milk,we use so much that the staying fresher for longer is no benefit to us.

hoodr40

I was having a similar conversation with a friend the other day I … I was having a similar conversation with a friend the other day I couldn't understand why they was paying such a high price for chicken breast meat when they could just buy some chicken flavoured crisps.



This is why I read the comments on this site. you couldn't write good humour like the respons above. I laughed so hard!

jimajamy

I took the time to sign up just to tell you you're an idiot.



AHAHAHA!

I prefer Rola Cola myself, 8ltrs 49p, you can't go wrong.

This is really nice milk. I only ever buy Cravendale now.

Cameron2021

I'm not sure why this is deemed a good deal, maybe someone can let me … I'm not sure why this is deemed a good deal, maybe someone can let me know. Asda always have their milk on £1 for 4pts, so why is this such a good deal? I'm baffled...oO

Cravendale milk isn't usually 2l for £1. Regular sales are 2l x 2 for £3 which still gives a £1.50 per unit price, so £1 per 2l unit is a great deal - especially for milk that lasts ages, at least two weeks.

rodney777

I prefer Rola Cola myself, 8ltrs 49p, you can't go wrong.

Unless you tell that to a nutrionist

jsty3105

Cravendale milk isn't usually 2l for £1. Regular sales are 2l x 2 for £3 w … Cravendale milk isn't usually 2l for £1. Regular sales are 2l x 2 for £3 which still gives a £1.50 per unit price, so £1 per 2l unit is a great deal - especially for milk that lasts ages, at least two weeks.


Ok, thanks for that. I freeze milk all the time though, so I don't need to buy milk that lasts, each to their own though...:D

Farmfoods always have 2 litre milk (all varieties) at £1 or 2 for £1.60 - best deal by far! but not Cravendale

Cameron2021

Just wanted to let you know that you can freeze milk so you don't have to … Just wanted to let you know that you can freeze milk so you don't have to buy a certain brand of milk just because it lasts longer. When we went on our hols this year, we had two pints left in a four pint container, so I put it in the freezer and the night we got back, I took it out and it was ready for our tea in the morning...8)



Thanks, I'd never really thought to freeze it. Though for me its more about how long it lasts once opened as I get through milk rather slowly.

Tesco have Creamfields 2.272litres (4 pints) semi-skimmed or full fat milk for a pound. Have done for a while. I laugh at the people picking up 1 litre milk for around the same price but I have got toothache and drink it mainly for the calcium. Tesco gets you 13.6% more so cold.

Bargainhuntersupreme

Farmfoods always have 2 litre milk (all varieties) at £1 or 2 for £1.60 - … Farmfoods always have 2 litre milk (all varieties) at £1 or 2 for £1.60 - best deal by far! but not Cravendale


In that case you would be better off getting your milk in four pint containers. As two litres is only 3.5 pints approx. Asda Aldi and some other supermarkets sell their milk at £1 for four pints...:D

Mark43

Thanks, I'd never really thought to freeze it. Though for me its more … Thanks, I'd never really thought to freeze it. Though for me its more about how long it lasts once opened as I get through milk rather slowly.


What you could do is put half of your four pints in a empty container and then freeze that. When you've nearly finished your milk just take the milk you have in the freezer out the night before you need it, it will be as fresh as when you put it in there...:D

dearley1231

Tesco have Creamfields 2.272litres (4 pints) semi-skimmed or full fat … Tesco have Creamfields 2.272litres (4 pints) semi-skimmed or full fat milk for a pound. Have done for a while. I laugh at the people picking up 1 litre milk for around the same price but I have got toothache and drink it mainly for the calcium. Tesco gets you 13.6% more so cold.


Go visit your dentist...8)
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