Cravendale Milk 2ltr 2 for £1.50 or 89p each at Fulton Foods
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Cravendale Milk 2ltr 2 for £1.50 or 89p each at Fulton Foods

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Found 12th Aug 2015
Cravendale milk 2ltr bottles are 89p each or 2 for £1.50 at fultons, just seen it listed on here at 2 for £2.50 at tesco so thought it worth putting up.

short dated at 19th august for semi and whole. But worth it if milk only lasts a few days like it does in my house

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Thanks for the deal. I've added the merchant to your title for you

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merci =)

If it only lasts a short time, why buy filtered milk that is designed to last for long periods? It costs the same price to buy 4 pints (so over 2 litres) of fresh milk..

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SirSpanky

If it only lasts a short time, why buy filtered milk that is designed to … If it only lasts a short time, why buy filtered milk that is designed to last for long periods? It costs the same price to buy 4 pints (so over 2 litres) of fresh milk..



To be honest all milk is the same to me, apart from skimmed (that stuff is the work of the devil). But a lot of people grow accustomed to whatever milk they buy and many will prefer cravendale for it's taste. So i guess thats why v

Won't someone think of the farmers!?!? :(:(:(

Good deal. Heat added.

Keep it quiet or else the farmers will be taking their cows into that store to protest next.

Oh heck this won't go down with the cows and their owners..... personally I am sick of the supermarket price fix on Cravendale 2 for £3.00 or silly individual price. Price of milk is far too high!

backinstock

Keep it quiet or else the farmers will be taking their cows into that … Keep it quiet or else the farmers will be taking their cows into that store to protest next.


Yes get there before farmers buy it all up and then give it away.
I Did like all the people interviewed outside Aldi and Lidl saying yes we wouls still buy the milk if it was 20p dearer!!!!!
What!!!! isnt that why you are shopping at ALDI and Lidl to get cheaper food and s*d the growers
end of rant
arthur

Best milk available, worth the extra when not on offer

Where is Fultron Foods? Any webaddress to check their store location?

Sorry but most people pay more for bottled water than they do for Milk.....don't get me started on beer, cola and energy drinks. At least milk is good for you. As for milk being over priced I'm sure your a consumer who doesn't drink anything other than council pop!!!!

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here

Where is Fultron Foods? Any webaddress to check their store location?



Sorry i was asleep :-)

Your text here

Hth.
Edited by: "chezvegas85" 13th Aug 2015

hellsbells74

Sorry but most people pay more for bottled water than they do for … Sorry but most people pay more for bottled water than they do for Milk.....don't get me started on beer, cola and energy drinks. At least milk is good for you. As for milk being over priced I'm sure your a consumer who doesn't drink anything other than council pop!!!!


If it costs 32p per litre to produce and stores are selling it for 60p+ per litre then its expensive.

chezvegas85

Sorry i was asleep :-) Your text hereHth.



Thanks. Just up in North living us in South to mercy of Tesco, Sainsbury and likes!

It's not as simple as just pricing milk a bit higher to save the dairy farmers.
At the moment, supply outweighs demand. An abundance of *anything* drops its value.

Vicar_in_a_Tutu

It's not as simple as just pricing milk a bit higher to save the dairy … It's not as simple as just pricing milk a bit higher to save the dairy farmers.At the moment, supply outweighs demand. An abundance of *anything* drops its value.


If the dairy farmers used their heads, they'd stop producing milk (if its costing them more than they are making then that is common sense anyway) and then, when the supermarkets are complaining of a shortage, try renegotiating their contracts
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