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Cravendale Fresh Filtered Semi Skimmed and Whole Milk (1l) only 75p at Sainsbury's
Cravendale Fresh Filtered Semi Skimmed and Whole Milk (1l) only 75p at Sainsbury's

Cravendale Fresh Filtered Semi Skimmed and Whole Milk (1l) only 75p at Sainsbury's

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1 litre cartons are a good ideal in my household as we do not go through 2 litres a week. Also easier for storage.

Cravendale. Milk Matters.

At Cravendale, we don't just pasteurise our milk. We also finely filter it to make it purer for a fresher taste. And because we remove more of the bacteria that turn milk sour, it lasts a lot longer too.

No additives or preservatives - just the purest freshest milk.

PURE & FRESH 7 DAYS GUARANTEED*

*Cravendale milk stays fresh for 7 days provided it is within the use by date on the top of the carton.

We've made the Cravendale carton white, to protect the milk from UV light and keep it extra fresh. And you can recycle it too.

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We like these, currenlty 86p in ASDA.

Once you open it it lasts no longer than any other milk. Good if you're buying it for next week or the week after, but pointless if you want it for today. In the Summer I had a few cartons of this go off way before the 7 days it states, so I don't take thier claims that seriously. I reckon 4 pints from Iceland @ £1 last longer once opened - usually up to 10 days.

The purple top milk at Tesco is incredibly good value, it's 0.75% fat and you get 3 litres for £1.

3 litres is roughly 5.3 pints, that makes it about 19p per pint!

[size=2]This milk thing where one is siupposedly better than another is a bit of a joke.

Unless things have changed drastically, any milk that is pasturiesed is checked with something called a zero enzyme test. The zero effectively means that everything in it is dead, including most the bacteria. If you really want to know how good milk is for you, try this test.

Take milk fresh from the cow and feed it to a calf - the calf thrives.

Take the same milk fresh from the cow, pasturise and homogenise it and feed it to the calf - the calf dies.[/size]

cibarious;7909108

[size=2]This milk thing where one is siupposedly better than another is a … [size=2]This milk thing where one is siupposedly better than another is a bit of a joke.Unless things have changed drastically, any milk that is pasturiesed is checked with something called a zero enzyme test. The zero effectively means that everything in it is dead, including most the bacteria. If you really want to know how good milk is for you, try this test. Take milk fresh from the cow and feed it to a calf - the calf thrives.Take the same milk fresh from the cow, pasturise and homogenise it and feed it to the calf - the calf dies.[/size]



1st we are not calves
2nd we drink milk for pleasure not for survival
3rd whats your point?

Great milk - I find it tastes fresh a week after opening unlike 'normal' milk that turns after a few days.

tesco had them for £1 clp days ago for 2 litres, i cant belvie for single person i got thro almost 4 in 12 days

they do have some new milk that is Lactofree Whole + semi Milk for £1 atm at tesco and Sainsbury's that gonna try Lactofree >>> An allergy to cows’ milk is often confused with lactose intolerance and it’s important to distinguish between the two. Cows’ milk allergy, which is likely to occur from birth, is a reaction to one or more proteins found in milk triggered by the immune system that in some cases can cause a serious reactions known as anaphylaxis (the whole body is affected, often within minutes of exposure to the allergen).

Lactose intolerance does not involve the immune system, so while it can cause a great deal of discomfort, it won’t produce a dangerous reaction.

Symptoms experienced by people with cows’ milk allergy include:

• Diarrhoea
• Bloody stools
• Vomiting
• Eczema
• Nasal congestion
• Urticaria (hives)
• Angioedema (skin rashes)
• Wheezing
• Swelling of the lips, mouth and tongue
• Growth faltering/weight loss (particularly in children)

i bought one of these and the bottom of the carton was leaking so watch out

i know a good deal when i see one. hot :thumbsup:

as a family, 2 adults and 3 Children 1 Baby we go through 4 litres a day! so I need these deals!!

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cibarious;7909108

[size=2]This milk thing where one is siupposedly better than another is a … [size=2]This milk thing where one is siupposedly better than another is a bit of a joke.Unless things have changed drastically, any milk that is pasturiesed is checked with something called a zero enzyme test. The zero effectively means that everything in it is dead, including most the bacteria. If you really want to know how good milk is for you, try this test. Take milk fresh from the cow and feed it to a calf - the calf thrives.Take the same milk fresh from the cow, pasturise and homogenise it and feed it to the calf - the calf dies.[/size]



I have no idea what your point is - but - this tastes different (better in my opinion) and lasts much longer than normal milk.

jhw;7908726

Once you open it it lasts no longer than any other milk. Good if you're … Once you open it it lasts no longer than any other milk. Good if you're buying it for next week or the week after, but pointless if you want it for today. In the Summer I had a few cartons of this go off way before the 7 days it states, so I don't take thier claims that seriously. I reckon 4 pints from Iceland @ £1 last longer once opened - usually up to 10 days.


Depends on how careful you are to make sure bacteria doesn't get into the bottle. Leave the lid off too long, drink from the bottle, or use in a dirty or dusty environment and it will go off as quickly as normal milk.
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