Lactofree milk: 96p at Tesco
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Lactofree milk: 96p at Tesco

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Found 9th Mar 2012
If you or a family member is lactose intolerant, this is a great opportunity to stock up. Usually priced between £1.28 - 1.34, this essential is rarely on offer. You're almost getting one free if you purchase three.

The milk is long-lasting (usually slightly longer than a month), and can be frozen for an additional month. So if you go through a couple a week, it'll be worthwhile grabbing your next two months' supply.

This offer also includes the whole milk (blue packaging).

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@ Tesco

Good price but it's even cheaper to buy a bottle of lactase enzyme drops and just convert regular milk as and when you need it.

Good offer. Thanks. Great taste too.

How many pints or should we guess?

Good price. I've just discovered asda online are selling lactofree butter!!!! First time I've seen it and great to have when you're weaning a lactose intolerant tot! If anyone knows other places/ products I should be getting help would be appreciated. Seeing a specialist at the end of the month but otherwise not all that up to speed on it all x

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jonny619447

How many pints or should we guess?


It's the standard 1l bottle.

My wife uses this - it's so much better than soya milk. I don't really like the taste compared to fresh milk but it's a revelation for her.

Hardly ever on offer (it's 2 for £2 online for our Tesco service).

This stuff is a life saver to me. Became lactose intolerant almost two years ago, and I really didn't wanna have soya milk on my cereal. Girlfriend and friends find this to taste the same as regular milk and I agree, which at least means no need for two supplies of milk for girlfriend and me.

Wish it was available in cafes etc as it'd mean I could have proper lattes again when I'm out.

zumi

It's the standard 1l bottle.



Ok, because I know most cats are lactose intolerant even though they love it. So maybe this would be ok for them? Anyone give their cats this type of milk on a regular basis?

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jonny619447

Ok, because I know most cats are lactose intolerant even though they love … Ok, because I know most cats are lactose intolerant even though they love it. So maybe this would be ok for them? Anyone give their cats this type of milk on a regular basis?


This would be okay for them. It's the lactose enzyme they are allergic to, which has been removed in Lactofree
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