Milka Alpine Milk or White Chocolate Bar 100g 50p @ Morrisons
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Milka Alpine Milk or White Chocolate Bar 100g 50p @ Morrisons

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Found 15th Feb 2016
Milka Alpine Milk or White Chocolate Bar 100g half price 50p @ Morrisons
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I think it would be more newsworthy when it's NOT 50p at Morrison's
This has been the standard price for some time (months/years), but it is fair to say that they are really nice.
yum yum
do you think this would be good to use for chocolate fountain
Yep, they are good, but people on the thread are right, it's more often 50p than not.

Also have a 10% discount card, so 45p a bar is superb value.
They are 50p at local asda store
Is it true they add animal enzymes or whatever in these?
Or is that just a myth? (If so, where did it come from?)
I hope it's not true as I'm a vegetarian.oO
CONFECTIONERY (retail only)
Milka Milk chocolate with pieces of crunchy Daim Caramel 45g (contains calf rennet)
Milka Milk Chocolate with Alpine Milk 45g, 135g (3x45g) (contains calf rennet)
Milka Cream 100g (contains calf rennet)
Milka Hazelnuts 100g (contains calf rennet)
Milka Alpine Milk 100g

Milka Alpine Milk Caramel 100g (contains calf rennet
Milka with Alpine Milk and White Chocolate 100g (Happy Cows) (contains calf rennet
Milka & Daim 100g (contains calf rennet)

Hope that helps!
I like this chocolate because it's nice
FirmColdheart

CONFECTIONERY (retail only)Milka Milk chocolate with pieces of crunchy … CONFECTIONERY (retail only)Milka Milk chocolate with pieces of crunchy Daim Caramel 45g (contains calf rennet)Milka Milk Chocolate with Alpine Milk 45g, 135g (3x45g) (contains calf rennet)Milka Cream 100g (contains calf rennet)Milka Hazelnuts 100g (contains calf rennet)Milka Alpine Milk 100gMilka Alpine Milk Caramel 100g (contains calf rennetMilka with Alpine Milk and White Chocolate 100g (Happy Cows) (contains calf rennetMilka & Daim 100g (contains calf rennet)Hope that helps!



No idea if your right Morrisons web site says its suitable for Vegetarian's thou


Edited by: "oscarcat" 16th Feb 2016
theTrueFocus11

Is it true they add animal enzymes or whatever in these?Or is that just a … Is it true they add animal enzymes or whatever in these?Or is that just a myth? (If so, where did it come from?)I hope it's not true as I'm a vegetarian.oO



Sadly yes, when I emailed them, they stated the standard Alpine Milk is suitable for vegetarians, the rest wasn't.
Yet what I found weird was the Alpine Milk does not state suitable for vegetarians anywhere.
Edited by: "UnknownConcept" 15th Feb 2016
Unfortunately Cadbury own this brand now so they've cut corners.Made with powdered milk.50P is probably too much for it.Sooner just buy a bar from Aldi these days
The US food giant Kraft bought the Swiss Milka brand in 1990 at a time when it was sold in only two countries. It is now a global brand, mainly manufacuted in Germany. Kraft bought Cadbury in 2010, reportedly for it's distribution capability in India. Despite assurances otherwise, Kraft immediately closed the Cadbury factory in Bristol and moved production to Poland. There are fears the same could happen to the main Cadbury factory in Birmingham and the Cadbury brand buried.
theTrueFocus11

Is it true they add animal enzymes or whatever in these?Or is that just a … Is it true they add animal enzymes or whatever in these?Or is that just a myth? (If so, where did it come from?)I hope it's not true as I'm a vegetarian.oO


Animal enzymes, yum yum, my favourite.
Elevation

I think it would be more newsworthy when it's NOT 50p at Morrison's



:-)
My son likes these. Even better value are the Morrisons' (I suppose the apostrophe goes after the 's' as Morrisons styles itself with an 's' and is a proper name?) own brand bars for 30p (both with lots of animal enzymes, my favourite).
Edited by: "othen" 16th Feb 2016
othen

Animal enzymes, yum yum, my favourite.


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Ooh - -It's such a relief there aren't any animal enzymes in milk

- Oh - - - hang on a minute - - -
Angri

Ooh - -It's such a relief there aren't any animal enzymes in milk- Oh - - … Ooh - -It's such a relief there aren't any animal enzymes in milk- Oh - - - hang on a minute - - -


I don't think that's comparable. Just adding unknown animal enzymes vs what's already in milk.
Also, the enzymes are dead in pasteurised milk. (Well not dead, but denatured.)
It's quite a different animal in my view.
Excuse the pun. oO
Edited by: "theTrueFocus11" 16th Feb 2016
Your observations are, indeed, the milk of human kindness.

However, as you will be aware, unpasturised milk enzymes aren't denatured, and similarly those in many soft cheeses

There are so many food scares that cycle from age (see what I did there?) to age.
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