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Milk Bags & Jugit trial now in 10 Tesco Stores
Milk Bags & Jugit trial now in 10 Tesco Stores

Milk Bags & Jugit trial now in 10 Tesco Stores

Tesco Store Trial of Country Life Milk in a bag with JUGIT

Milk bags 2pints 80p or 2 for £1.50
Jugit £1.98(one off purchase)

Participating stores:

Cirencester Kings Meadow, Cricklade Road GL7 1NP
Newbury Pinchington Lane, Greenham RG14 7HB
Swindon Ocotal Way SN1 2EH
Abingdon Marcham Road OX14 1TU
Amersham 19 London Road HP7 0HA
Oxford Oxford Retail Park OX4 2SL
New Malden 300 Beverley Way KT3 4PJ
Sunbury on Thames Staines Road West TW16 7BB
Aylesbury Bicester Road HP19 8BU
Isleworth Osterley Park, Syon Lane TW7 5NZ

14 Comments

not bad offer , however they are advertising in the national press a 2litre bottle of "creamfields" milk for only 50p, which i think is the real deal, oh and it seems the 3litre bottle is 75p..........sod the environment eh?????

Used to get these delivered by the milkman years ago.
Great idea, easy to store and transport, not sure why they faded away.

they are doing these in our local sainsburys too

Wow, we're catching up with the Latin Americans!
Next thing you know we'll have nice cheap litres of beer in re-usable bottles

Sorry but why is this hot?

80p for 2 pints is only 6p less than a normal plastic 2 pint bottle of milk.
£1.50 for 4 pints is only 3p less than a normal 4 pint bottle of milk.

Plus (assuming you dont already have a suitable jug) you have to spend £1.98 on a jug to take part in a "trial" with no guarantee that the "trial" will ever become permanent. And assuming you buy 2 pints a week, it would take you 33 weeks of saving 6p a week to recoup the cost of the jug. If you buy 4 pints a week, the 3p saving per week would take you 66 weeks to get your money back!

This isn't just chilled, it's FREEZING COLD!

Edited by: "koksy" 23rd Jul 2010

I can't believe they call them "MIlk Bags"! Have they no shame?

Man, milk in a bag has got bad idea written all over it.

The jugs are only 2 pints, so you are refilling the darn thing all the time.
I'm always in a rush in the morning so this would drive me nuts.

I don't notice them putting cornflakes in just a bag

Waitrose have been doing this for some time but never seen the attraction.

I wonder how often during transport home, Milk In A Bag becomes Milk That Used To Be In A Bag but is now Milk In A Puddle In Your Boot?

horsey

I don't notice them putting cornflakes in just a bag



That's because cornflakes are already packaged in something that is very easily re-cycled.

I'm assuming these bags are identical to the Sainsburys ones, so all bags fit the same jug?

freezing cold, bad value for money, I get 6 pints at costco for £1.45, other places sell 4 pints for £1.
Have 1 of these leak on you and it goes everywhere. Not worth taking the risk over. Recycle the normal plastic milk containers, job done.

Original Poster

koksy

Plus (assuming you dont already have a suitable jug) you have to spend … Plus (assuming you dont already have a suitable jug) you have to spend £1.98 on a jug to take part in a "trial" with no guarantee that the "trial" will ever become permanent.



You can get these in Sainsbury's & from Ocado too

Original Poster

rbz5416

Waitrose have been doing this for some time but never seen the attraction.



Waitrose no longer sell them. They discontinued them due to crap sells & wastage last year.

The Sainsbury's I work in, milk bags sell really well

EvilMatt

Man, milk in a bag has got bad idea written all over it.


They have been selling milk in bags for decades in Canada - you usually get 3 x 1 litre bags in a pack. They are easy to transport, easy to store, create less waste, etc, etc
Try to open your mind at bit!
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