Cravendale Pure Whole / Semi Skimmed / Skimmed Milk (2L) - Only £1 (Rollback Deal) @ Asda...
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Cravendale Pure Whole / Semi Skimmed / Skimmed Milk (2L) - Only £1 (Rollback Deal) @ Asda...

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Found 7th Jul 2016
Great price for great milk...

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Always buy this milk usually £3 for 2 offer. brilliant price and great taste. Nice one
rachaelwalker1991

Always buy this milk usually £3 for 2 offer. brilliant price and great … Always buy this milk usually £3 for 2 offer. brilliant price and great taste. Nice one



​I agree it's a great buy for a great tasting milk... X)
wa hay. thanks
good find, thanks.
Aldi do filtered milk for 99p
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deleted512593
wow 50p a litre
Fantastic deal
got 3 this morning only because I was with the scooter, counting to go back with the lorry.
Anyway, it can easily be frozen
Do you think tesco will price match this?
Saro

wa hay. thanks



ssgczc

good find, thanks.


You're welcome guys... X)
plodging

Aldi do filtered milk for 99p


Good to know for future reference... X)
miaomiaobaubau

got 3 this morning only because I was with the scooter, counting to go … got 3 this morning only because I was with the scooter, counting to go back with the lorry.Anyway, it can easily be frozen


A lorry load, how much freezer space do you have? X)
KiKai

A lorry load, how much freezer space do you have? X)


I was thinking to buy a freezer warehouse
Sheepsdeviant

Do you think tesco will price match this?


No reason why they shouldn't as long as you fulfill their Brand Match criteria... X)
miaomiaobaubau

I was thinking to buy a freezer warehouse


Ha funny... X)
KiKai

No reason why they shouldn't as long as you fulfill their Brand Match … No reason why they shouldn't as long as you fulfill their Brand Match criteria... X)


best to see currys, they will price match and will also give 10% cashback on the reminder
There's a children's version of this cravendale milk anybody know if that's on the offer too?
adamg64

There's a children's version of this cravendale milk anybody know if … There's a children's version of this cravendale milk anybody know if that's on the offer too?


this one is made for everybody especially children. Full fat full cream is always the best. Do not give watery milk to children
bobo53

best to see currys, they will price match and will also give 10% cashback … best to see currys, they will price match and will also give 10% cashback on the reminder


Curry's don't sell milk! X)
adamg64

There's a children's version of this cravendale milk anybody know if … There's a children's version of this cravendale milk anybody know if that's on the offer too?


I did not know there was a children's version and certainly did not see it... X)
not trying to be rude, genuinely trying to understand why to buy cravendale milk over, say, asda milk which is much cheaper. It is all milk

is it just to show support for farmers?
KiKai

Curry's don't sell milk! X)



Yes I was thoroughly disappointed when I travelled to my nearest Currys and couldn't find a vindaloo.
fileexit

not trying to be rude, genuinely trying to understand why to buy … not trying to be rude, genuinely trying to understand why to buy cravendale milk over, say, asda milk which is much cheaper. It is all milkis it just to show support for farmers?



I buy normal milk too as yes its cheaper , on the rare occasion I buy cravendale (like when this offer is on) there is a noticeable difference in taste and imo it is better.
Also , if you have a 4 pint bottle open for more than 3 days then the smell deteriorates quite quickly with normal milk. You just don't get that with Cravendale milk , it can be open 5 days and still smells and tastes perfect ..... there is a difference

Edited by: "rooney10" 7th Jul 2016
No roll back at my store grrrr £1.50!
Just normal milk filtered
I do that at home for nothing!
miaomiaobaubau

got 3 this morning only because I was with the scooter, counting to go … got 3 this morning only because I was with the scooter, counting to go back with the lorry.Anyway, it can easily be frozen



Especially in sub-zero temperatures.
rooney10

I buy normal milk too as yes its cheaper , on the rare occasion I buy … I buy normal milk too as yes its cheaper , on the rare occasion I buy cravendale (like when this offer is on) there is a noticeable difference in taste and imo it is better.Also , if you have a 4 pint bottle open for more than 3 days then the smell deteriorates quite quickly with normal milk. You just don't get that with Cravendale milk , it can be open 5 days and still smells and tastes perfect ..... there is a difference



They filter out the bacteria hence the 'pure' term but by doing so the product becomes more sterile and its not as natural and it means your immune system isn't being tested which is both good and bad. Young children really should be allowed to develop their immune system with such bacteria I would of thought.

Great price and product though and saves waste by not having to throw out off milk.
fileexit

not trying to be rude, genuinely trying to understand why to buy … not trying to be rude, genuinely trying to understand why to buy cravendale milk over, say, asda milk which is much cheaper. It is all milkis it just to show support for farmers?


Filtered milk is filtered through ceramic plates to eliminate more bacteria , etc . But tesco pure £1.25 is filtered and aldi filtered is 99p ..not sure if asda do it of just sell cravendale which is overpriced when not on offer.
bonzobanana

They filter out the bacteria hence the 'pure' term but by doing so the … They filter out the bacteria hence the 'pure' term but by doing so the product becomes more sterile and its not as natural and it means your immune system isn't being tested which is both good and bad. Young children really should be allowed to develop their immune system with such bacteria I would of thought.Great price and product though and saves waste by not having to throw out off milk.



All milk is pasteurised though which gets rid of most of the bad stuff anyway, which is arguably somewhat unnatural regardless. It won't test or be easy on your immune system because you're constantly exposed to bacteria everywhere, there's not much that is sterile, and your stomach acid will do most of the work.

Missing out on a glass of unfiltered milk won't compromise or hinder your child's immunity so I wouldn't worry. There'll be far more bacteria to help develop their immunity on their hands.
Can't believe I'm the first to say but cravendale is disgusting. Good deal if you like it though.
Does this include Arla 'Big Milk' ?
Good price so voted Hot as its a good offer, but for me it's far too filtered and upmost unnatural. I like mine straight from the cow and chilled, obviously risky but so rich and creamy, you can't beat it
stevehankey

No roll back at my store grrrr £1.50!


I find difficult to believe that this is on rollback, I must say that there was not even a proper ticket in the shelf but I remember last time it was £1.50 for one. Surely a misprice unless the OP or someone can confirm if the price is at £1 on the shelf
Edited by: "miaomiaobaubau" 7th Jul 2016
stevehankey

No roll back at my store grrrr £1.50!


It's on roll back everywhere, maybe they haven't changed the label... X)

groceries.asda.com/sea…ilk
KentishLad

Does this include Arla 'Big Milk' ?


No but that's on offer for £1.50 @ Sainsbury’s at the moment... X)
m4rc

Good price so voted Hot as its a good offer, but for me it's far too … Good price so voted Hot as its a good offer, but for me it's far too filtered and upmost unnatural. I like mine straight from the cow and chilled, obviously risky but so rich and creamy, you can't beat it


Best way to have milk... X)
miaomiaobaubau

I find difficult to believe that this is on rollback, I must say that … I find difficult to believe that this is on rollback, I must say that there was not even a proper ticket in the shelf but I remember last time it was £1.50 for one. Surely a misprice unless the OP or someone can confirm if the price is at £1 on the shelf


Sometimes the labels haven't been changed but it's definitely £1 everywhere. Always scan it if in doubt to check... X)

groceries.asda.com/sea…ilk
Bought two today with weekly shop before I saw this, so can confirm brilliant price.
Stop stealing baby cows food!
Don't get the heat on this.. Filtered milk is 99p in aldi and £1.25 in Tesco .
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