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Sainsbury's 1% Fat Fresh Milk 2.27L ( 4pint ) - Save 44p was £1.44 now £1.00
Sainsbury's 1% Fat Fresh Milk 2.27L ( 4pint )  - Save 44p was £1.44 now £1.00

Sainsbury's 1% Fat Fresh Milk 2.27L ( 4pint ) - Save 44p was £1.44 now £1.00

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Sainsbury's 1% Fat Milk 2.27L ( 4pint )
Save 44p was £1.44 now £1.00

9 Comments

Good Deal... and i think its on until late october!
We always get this stuff now and i cannot tell the difference between it and semi skimmed.

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Seems a bit too hot for a 44p saving?

Alright if you already shop there I guess

Jakejakejake;2959342

Good Deal... and i think its on until late october!We always get this … Good Deal... and i think its on until late october!We always get this stuff now and i cannot tell the difference between it and semi skimmed.voted hot



Same here, which is really good considering it's 50% less fat.

Skimmed just tastes like water, so this is a great compromise.

Yeah I got some today, thank you.

44p, well, 44% cheaper and milk has shot up so much recently. We go though about 5 pints a day, so this'll save me about £15 a month (till it lasts!!)

I'm just a bit confused how this compares with other milks. I go by colours - it this more blue top, green or red? The orange colour has thrown me!!

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it was full price at the sainsburys we went to earlier :-(

hussaifa;2961340

I'm just a bit confused how this compares with other milks. I go by … I'm just a bit confused how this compares with other milks. I go by colours - it this more blue top, green or red? The orange colour has thrown me!!



Well, according to the taste testers on here (I can't speak from experience as I haven't tasted it) it would fall between green top and red top, but closer to green top in terms of taste.

Great find as Tesco doing a similar offer but bottles are only 2lt and not 4 pints. Just been in with my mum and got some. I prefer skimmed milk but family prefer semi so great compromise.

Should be around £1.00 mark anyway - have seen this price in a number of local shops (North London) on a regular basis. Considering these supermarkets haven't passed on the increase ( from around £1.00 to £1.40'ish) to the farmers it is about time they dropped the price, me thinks! sorry cold for me.

local shops are a pound for 2 litres not 4 pints=2.27 litres...
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