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Milka Alpine Milk Chocolate 100g was 96p now 50p @ Morrisons
Milka Alpine Milk Chocolate 100g was 96p now 50p @ Morrisons

Milka Alpine Milk Chocolate 100g was 96p now 50p @ Morrisons

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An old favorite back on offer at Morrisons
Milka Alpine Milk Chocolate 100g was 96p now 50p

On Offer until 07/03/17

15 Comments

they have these at 50p so often, i don't know why they don't permanently change the price

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HankHandsome

they have these at 50p so often, i don't know why they don't permanently … they have these at 50p so often, i don't know why they don't permanently change the price


It is quite a regular offer great value thou when they are 50p. These are £1.00 in Tesco & Sainsburys at the moment

These are more often than not 50p at this store, so this is hardly a hot deal is it?
Much better value is the Morrison's own brand chocolate at 30p/bar and perfectly good.

Used to love the Dime version of said bars. Sadly I don't see them around anymore.

othen

These are more often than not 50p at this store, so this is hardly a hot … These are more often than not 50p at this store, so this is hardly a hot deal is it?Much better value is the Morrison's own brand chocolate at 30p/bar and perfectly good.


Cheaper and perfectly good is not really better value. Chocolate is a bit of a luxury and MILKA at 50p is fantastic value and quality for a moreish milk chocolate. Ask the Austrians and Swiss who sell all sorts of variations of this chocolate.

Rufus1

Cheaper and perfectly good is not really better value. Chocolate is a bit … Cheaper and perfectly good is not really better value. Chocolate is a bit of a luxury and MILKA at 50p is fantastic value and quality for a moreish milk chocolate. Ask the Austrians and Swiss who sell all sorts of variations of this chocolate.


I could not disagree more: Milka is mass produced at Lorrach in Germany (not in Switzerland or Austria, but also elsewhere outside Europe) by an American company and is made with powdered milk. It is just mass produced foodstuff (140.000 Tonnes/year) and no better (but probably no worse) than other brands, including the store own brand stuff.

Edited by: "othen" 9th Feb

othen

I could not disagree more: Milka is mass produced at Lorrach in Germany … I could not disagree more: Milka is mass produced at Lorrach in Germany (not in Switzerland or Austria, but also elsewhere outside Europe) by an American company and is made with powdered milk. It is just mass produced foodstuff (140.000 Tonnes/year) and no better (but probably no worse) than other brands, including the store own brand stuff.


but its powdered 'alpine milk'

honestly tho this stuff is better than cadburys, and knocks something like galaxy out of the park

Banned

Love these and what a great price! Omg I got to stop looking at chocolate deals it's killing my diet

lucyjanderson

Love these and what a great price! Omg I got to stop looking at chocolate … Love these and what a great price! Omg I got to stop looking at chocolate deals it's killing my diet


'Looking' at them won't do any harm......;)

Banned

Haha problem is I can't just look

Just bought 80 so I can get delivery.

Whoops oO

bringbring

but its powdered 'alpine milk' :phonestly tho this stuff is better than … but its powdered 'alpine milk' :phonestly tho this stuff is better than cadburys, and knocks something like galaxy out of the park


We will have to agree to disagree. Milka is just mass produced chocolate, made from lots of refined sugar and powdered milk on a gigantic scale in a German industral plant. If people like the taste that is up to them, but it is no better than Cadbury products (I think made by the same American company, buy probably still using fresh milk), nor is it any better (but probably no worse) than own brand products from Morrison's (and other) stores at around 30p/bar.
If people are impressd by the packaging and the picture of a cow producing powdered milk on the packet, and happy to pay 50p to £1/bar (depending on which week it is at the Morrison's store) then that is up to them, but I can't endorse this as being a good deal whilst perfectly good alternatives (in plainer packaging) are available much cheaper.
My opinion doesn't matter much, but even at 50p/bar I can't agree tis is a good deal.

Edited by: "othen" 9th Feb

50p for most of the year these days. Got a 10% card too, so 45p for a bar is value. Not good for the waste line though.

othen

I could not disagree more: Milka is mass produced at Lorrach in Germany … I could not disagree more: Milka is mass produced at Lorrach in Germany (not in Switzerland or Austria, but also elsewhere outside Europe) by an American company and is made with powdered milk. It is just mass produced foodstuff (140.000 Tonnes/year) and no better (but probably no worse) than other brands, including the store own brand stuff.


To be fair i did not say the Austrians and Swiss made it, just sold it.

othen

We will have to agree to disagree. Milka is just mass produced chocolate, … We will have to agree to disagree. Milka is just mass produced chocolate, made from lots of refined sugar and powdered milk on a gigantic scale in a German industral plant. If people like the taste that is up to them, but it is no better than Cadbury products (I think made by the same American company, buy probably still using fresh milk), nor is it any better (but probably no worse) than own brand products from Morrison's (and other) stores at around 30p/bar.If people are impressd by the packaging and the picture of a cow producing powdered milk on the packet, and happy to pay 50p to £1/bar (depending on which week it is at the Morrison's store) then that is up to them, but I can't endorse this as being a good deal whilst perfectly good alternatives (in plainer packaging) are available much cheaper.My opinion doesn't matter much, but even at 50p/bar I can't agree tis is a good deal.



Lindt is also made with powdered milk in a big factory, would you put that in the same category as supermarket brand products?

If you don't like it that's fine, but given the heat its getting people here do. As I stated, personally I think it tastes good, and that's all that matters. Maybe its the hazelnut paste in the original variety?

and for the record Lorrach is dead on the Swiss border, and it is also produced in Austria
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