Cravendale fresh filtered milks (2 litres) stays fresh in the fridge for 7 days opened and about a month unopened - 2 for £2.50 Tesco
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Cravendale fresh filtered milks (2 litres) stays fresh in the fridge for 7 days opened and about a month unopened - 2 for £2.50 Tesco

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Found 12th Aug 2015
Best price around at the moment.

Stays fresh in the fridge for 7 days - and about a month unopened.

Milk Matters!
It nourishes our bodies, it helps us start the day and it makes the perfect cup of tea.

At Cravendale we do everything to make milk even better.
We use ceramic filters to remove more of the bacteria that turns milk sour. All of this keeps Cravendale wonderfully pure and fresh for twice as long as standard fresh milk without additional heat treatment.
You could say it's pretty Marvellous milk.

Arla® is a cooperative owned by dairy farmers for the benefit of dairy farmers.

Pack Size: 2Litres

100% British milk
Filtered to be marvellous - stays fresh for 7 days

98 Comments

I'm a bit fan of Cravendale milk, the cheapest I've ever seen it is 2 for £3. Have some heat!

A month unopened? wow. Heat

ASDA own version £1.25

I've tried this brand and you can really taste the difference in taste. Feels a lot cleaner if that makes sense

cheekychic

ASDA own version £1.25



so the same then?

Great tasting milk this. It always seems crazy to me that milk is usually sold cheaper than fizzy pop, or even bottled water. Little wonder our dairy farmers are protesting.

What kind of milk is that which Stays fresh for 7 days and about a month unopened ???......... Natural fresh milk doesn't stays longer.

andykapa

What kind of milk is that which Stays fresh for 7 days and about a month … What kind of milk is that which Stays fresh for 7 days and about a month unopened ???......... Natural fresh milk doesn't stays longer.


Milk that's had all its natural fresh bacteria filtered out.

Love this milk,well worth the money!

keebb9

I've tried this brand and you can really taste the difference in taste. … I've tried this brand and you can really taste the difference in taste. Feels a lot cleaner if that makes sense


Not unless you're bathing in it.
Isn't it supposed to be sacrilege to add cheap milk, after all the poor farmer stuff of late?

Dodge62

Milk that's had all its natural fresh bacteria filtered out.



​can we stop using the word fresh, especially when it comes to bacteria. There's nothing fresh about bacteria.

Great stuff this, actually stays fresh for much longer if you've got a good fridge that keeps temp at 4° or below.

Our milk is expertly created using ceramic filters to remove the bacteria that turns milk sour, so we end up with purer milk that stays fresher for longer, without additives or preservatives.

Nature’s original sports drink is a source of 17 essential vitamins and minerals and many essential trace elements. Whoop! And you can sleep soundly because Cravendale is as pure as the driven snow (but much tastier, of course) thanks to our unique filtering system to help it stay fresher for longer.

Jinkz

​can we stop using the word fresh, especially when it comes to bacteria. T … ​can we stop using the word fresh, especially when it comes to bacteria. There's nothing fresh about bacteria.


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keebb9

I've tried this brand and you can really taste the difference in taste. … I've tried this brand and you can really taste the difference in taste. Feels a lot cleaner if that makes sense



Reminds me of that experiment where they asked people to rate glasses of water. They were told some were spring, one was an expensive restaurant table water and one was straight from the tap. Guess which one was the head and shoulders conclusive winner? Placebo effect strikes again.

Jinkz

​There's nothing fresh about bacteria.



Guess I should stop eating probiotic yogurt then?

Seriously though, the bacteria in milk is probably good for you.

Not going to be another wasted journey like the last time it was posted.

The fresh filter Milk from Aldi is about £1.40 standard price stays fresh for 7 days too taste great and lasts about a month unopened too

**** the farmers, go for the cheap stuff

Newbold

Stays fresh in the fridge for 7 days - and about a month unopened.



What kind of witchcraft is this??!!!

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keebb9

I've tried this brand and you can really taste the difference in taste. … I've tried this brand and you can really taste the difference in taste. Feels a lot cleaner if that makes sense

Jinkz

​There's nothing fresh about bacteria.



I agree it's good for you, but the word 'fresh' is overused massively, like fresh doughnuts, what's so fresh about something that's fried in oil that makes it fresh? It's a marketing buzz-word we've all picked up on and use to describe all sorts of things.

mcnallyc

**** the farmers, go for the cheap stuff



​it edited out the part where is said this comment was a joke. Wft

andykapa



*Pasteurised

DBO187

The fresh filter Milk from Aldi is about £1.40 standard price stays fresh … The fresh filter Milk from Aldi is about £1.40 standard price stays fresh for 7 days too taste great and lasts about a month unopened too



Aldi (Arla) one is about £1.05 from the Romford branch and has always been this price.

As good as Cravendale before someone asks is it the same. I believe it is of equal quality.
And you don't have this 'buy two to get a deal' rubbish..

Jinkz

but the word 'fresh' is overused massively, like fresh doughnuts, what's … but the word 'fresh' is overused massively, like fresh doughnuts, what's so fresh about something that's fried in oil that makes it fresh? It's a marketing buzz-word we've all picked up on and use to describe all sorts of things.



I agree, it's an almost meaningless word and well overused although to be fair most people would equate fresh to being "not rotten" or at least not pathogenically harmful.

Now on another point, I've just noticed this:

Arla® is a cooperative owned by dairy farmers for the benefit of dairy … Arla® is a cooperative owned by dairy farmers for the benefit of dairy farmers.



Things might have changed but I though Arla was a big if not the biggest UK milk processor and supplied most if not all of the "big four" supermarkets, including those who were targets of the recent protests. So if the supermarkets say they are paying a fair price to the processors and one of them is Arla® a "cooperative owned by dairy farmers for the benefit of dairy farmers" then what's going on?
Edited by: "LandOfConfusion" 12th Aug 2015

DBO187

The fresh filter Milk from Aldi is about £1.40 standard price stays fresh … The fresh filter Milk from Aldi is about £1.40 standard price stays fresh for 7 days too taste great and lasts about a month unopened too



So it's more expensive at Aldi than Tesco and Asda. What is the point of your post anyone can post a more expensive price.

It's good stuff, never had any off milk with the filtered milk. Unlike the regular milk, once had a carton that was still in date and ended up pouring cottage cheese onto my cereal

I must admit I like cows milk so do drink in it , but there is a school of thought that says we should avoid all dairy products and use coconut, soy, rice, oat based milks instead.

African/black people should not take cows milk because it causes fibroid tumours.
Leukaemia was found in 30% of dairy cows and white children drank cows milk , some developed leukaemia. Leukaemia was unheard of in African black countries until they came or adopted a western diet, including ice cream, butter , cheese and milk.

So you pays your money and takes your chances. Whilst on the subject of carcinogens, I might as well mention plastic bottles, flavour enhancers such as sodium nitrate in meat and msg added to lots of foods. Then of course Aspartame that excotxins used as an artificial sweetener in solft drinks a sugar free squashes, which diet Pepsi have relaunched with bottle stating no longer contains aspartame!

I might finish with you never see a thin cow, milk is also a factor in making you fat.

mcnallyc

​it edited out the part where is said this comment was a joke. Wft



Possibly because it wasn't funny?

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CL3mVjUXAAETEDQ.jpg

Yes true, this is a deals site and we're all permitted to post whatever we like. But is it fair to post a deal on milk, with farmers being squeezed to the bone day in and day out? I also saw this 'deal' but decided not to post it given the current context.

HotUKDeals, let's make a stand and discourage the posting of deals on milk - the embattled British dairy farmer deserves better!!

hcc27

HotUKDeals, let's make a stand and discourage the posting of deals on … HotUKDeals, let's make a stand and discourage the posting of deals on milk - the embattled British dairy farmer deserves better!!



That's true, but then so do meat producers, and by extension, so do all the Apple factory workers sleeping on the factory floors overnight, and the 8 year olds making clothes and trainers for half the clothes and trainers deals. So make a stand and don't visit HUKD if you want to make a stand.

Edited by: "Elevation" 12th Aug 2015

There used to be quotas on milk production, to keep the price stable. Dairy farmers wanted those quotas removed so they could sell more milk and make more money. The quotas were removed - and guess what? The price fell. Simple supply and demand. Standard economics now dictates that the less efficient producers will fail, until the supply falls and the price rises to a sustainable level for the remaining producers (sadly the big, efficient, megaproducers) to be able to sell at a profit.

Can't have half a free market. If you don't have quotas, you can't expect to be able sell at a profit unless you're one of the more efficient producers.

Proveright

I must admit I like cows milk so do drink in it , but there is a school … I must admit I like cows milk so do drink in it , but there is a school of thought that says we should avoid all dairy products and use coconut, soy, rice, oat based milks instead.



The PETA school of thought?

Proveright

African/black people should not take cows milk because it causes fibroid … African/black people should not take cows milk because it causes fibroid tumours.



Source please.

Proveright

Leukaemia was found in 30% of dairy cows and white children drank cows … Leukaemia was found in 30% of dairy cows and white children drank cows milk , some developed leukaemia.



Source please.

Proveright

Leukaemia was unheard of in African black countries until they came or … Leukaemia was unheard of in African black countries until they came or adopted a western diet, including ice cream, butter , cheese and milk.



Source please.

Proveright

Whilst on the subject of carcinogens, I might as well mention plastic … Whilst on the subject of carcinogens, I might as well mention plastic bottles, flavour enhancers such as sodium nitrate in meat and msg added to lots of foods.



That's interesting...

Plastic Bottles:

To help assure the safety of our food, the U.S. Food and Drug … To help assure the safety of our food, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration carefully reviews food and beverage packaging materials, including plastics for beverage bottles, before allowing them on the market.Most convenience-size beverage bottles sold in the United States are made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET). PET has become the material of choice for bottled beverages because it is lightweight and shatter resistant, and PET has been extensively tested for safety. Bottles made with PET are widely used for everything from water and fruit juice to soft drinks and even beer.


Source.

Nitrates:

For most people, the highest dietary source of nitrates is from fruits … For most people, the highest dietary source of nitrates is from fruits and vegetables and no studies have conclusively linked nitrates and nitrites to cancer or any other form of diseases. On the contrary, some research has hinted to beneficial properties of nitrites such as lowering blood pressure by slightly expanding arteries.The only reason nitrates and nitrites came under such legal scrutiny is when the US Food and Drug Administration presented a brief report which stated that some adverse effect was observed on mice (“depression of growth”) when their intake of nitrites was up to 90% of daily diet.


Source.
Incidentally Sodium nitrate is a food preservative, not a flavor enhancer.

Monosodium glutamate:

MSG has been used for more than 100 years to season food, with a number … MSG has been used for more than 100 years to season food, with a number of studies conducted on its safety. Consumption and manufacture of high-salt and high-glutamate foods, which contain both sodium and glutamate, stretches back far longer, with evidence of cheese manufacture as early as 5,500BC. International and national bodies governing food additives currently consider MSG safe for human consumption as a flavor enhancer. Under normal conditions, humans can metabolize relatively large quantities of glutamate, which is naturally produced in the gut by exopeptidase enzymes in the course of protein hydrolysis. The median lethal dose (LD50) is between 15 and 18 g/kg body weight in rats and mice, respectively, five times greater than the LD50 of salt (3 g/kg in rats). The use of MSG as a food additive and the natural level of glutamic acid in foods are not toxicological concerns in humans.


Source.

Proveright

Then of course Aspartame that excotxins used as an artificial sweetener … Then of course Aspartame that excotxins used as an artificial sweetener in solft drinks a sugar free squashes, which diet Pepsi have relaunched with bottle stating no longer contains aspartame!



Aspartame:

The safety of aspartame has been studied extensively since its discovery … The safety of aspartame has been studied extensively since its discovery with research that includes animal studies, clinical and epidemiological research, and postmarketing surveillance. Aspartame is one of the most rigorously tested food ingredients. Peer-reviewed comprehensive review articles and independent reviews by governmental regulatory bodies have analyzed the published research on the safety of aspartame and have found aspartame is safe for consumption at current levels. Aspartame has been deemed safe for human consumption by over 100 regulatory agencies in their respective countries, including the UK Food Standards Agency, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and Health Canada.


Source.

Proveright

I might finish with you never see a thin cow



Thanks to animal welfare laws.

Proveright

milk is also a factor in making you fat.



So is anything you consume which contains metaboliseable calories.

Dodge62

Can't have half a free market.



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Cravendale actually lasts much longer than 7 days opened. Not sure if the stores' own versions last beyond what they state on the label so unless you've tested their longevity it might be unfair to claim they're the same as cravendale.

We use Cravendale in the office as it greatly reduces wastage and, more importantly, always ensures we have some in stock for the tea!

Heat!

I buy the supermarket version. Perfect if you are going on hols - fresh milk awaiting your return.

Co-op have always had 2 for £3. My local one has had it for years now.

Voted hot, however when this deal eventually expires check your local co-op

interesting about the production quotas being removed... seems cake and eat it
if my income rose as much as everything else, i'd be happier. got to look after the family

melissa75

I'm a bit fan of Cravendale milk, the cheapest I've ever seen it is 2 for … I'm a bit fan of Cravendale milk, the cheapest I've ever seen it is 2 for £3. Have some heat!



2 for £1.50 at fulton foods (or 89p each) ;-) It is dated 17/19 august though
Edited by: "chezvegas85" 12th Aug 2015

Cold, support the farmers !
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