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Sainsbury's 4 Pint (2.27 Litres) 1% Milk - Now only 75p a bottle!
Sainsbury's 4 Pint (2.27 Litres) 1% Milk - Now only 75p a bottle!

Sainsbury's 4 Pint (2.27 Litres) 1% Milk - Now only 75p a bottle!

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Absolute bargain... and it seems as though it will be a long term offer, as the website says For delivery by: 29/12/2009.

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Woohoo! We love this stuff.

Hot deal just got hotter.

Seems all the major supermarkets are finally offering a cheaper 4 pinter....
Let the price war continue ;-)

we got some this morning and noticed it was cheaper but did not know why,

Great price!Got some this morn.

Great milk, great price!!!

All the 1% milks are 25% off by the way.

What's the other 99% ?

:-( Great news for the short term .....wait until every other dairy farmer is bankrupt and then Milk will be imported from Germany at twice the normal price.

Frickin Supermarkets and the power games they play !
Super markets make twice the profit that the farmer gets in returns !

Keep buying and enjoy it while you can afford it. :thinking:

Xrayday;5656841

What's the other 99% ?



Not fat.

Its probably Asda dropping the price of theirs to 73p

Whitedot;5657058

Not fat.


but what is it?

Most (if not all) of that 99% will be water.

This is a great deal, problem is getting there when there are still some on the shelves - as I just found out.

Banned

Its normally £1 so lets face it, its no massive saving but i suppose it all adds up.

Huge dairy in Lincoln gone bust recently, at least the Sainsburys milk has the Red Tractor logo, the Fresh N Lo from Tesco dosent so i guess that is imported

Yessss I love 1% stuff. Just moved back from uni and all my Mum buys is the bloody full fat stuff, urgh!
Will pop down Sainos later

heat added!

Excellent deal!!! Thanks

haven't gone through the thread, so if this has been said before accept my appologies.

if your buying it instore, there is a coupon situated near the 1% milk for an extra 20p off, the coupon is only valid until tomorrow though (04/07/09). an its 20p off per transaction not per bottle

Original Poster

hoocheycoochey;5657137

Its probably Asda dropping the price of theirs to 73p



You have to remember, that the ones in Tesco & Asda are only 2 Litres (about 3.5 pints) whereas the Sainsbury's one is 2.27 Litres, or 4 pints.

what does this stuff taste like ? i'm probably so used to drinking the 0.1% skimmed milk now that anything else will feel like single cream!

janus;5660568

what does this stuff taste like ? i'm probably so used to drinking the … what does this stuff taste like ? i'm probably so used to drinking the 0.1% skimmed milk now that anything else will feel like single cream!


Far nearer to semi-skimmed than skimmed. I can't tell the difference between this and semi-skimmed to be honest, but I can't stand skimmed.

Original Poster

dean_brfc;5660635

Far nearer to semi-skimmed than skimmed. I can't tell the difference … Far nearer to semi-skimmed than skimmed. I can't tell the difference between this and semi-skimmed to be honest, but I can't stand skimmed.



That's exactly how I am too!

My mum drinks the Skimmed (red one), and when we run out, the 1% milk is too creamy for her, so it's probably only an alternative to Semi Skimmed.

Went in to Sainsbury's this morning and this milk is normal price...£1.53!

Reebok Ron;5661343

Went in to Sainsbury's this morning and this milk is normal price...£1.53!



It always has been, you want to look for the 1% milk thats been £1 for several months and now 75p

deanos;5661365

It always has been, you want to look for the 1% milk thats been £1 for … It always has been, you want to look for the 1% milk thats been £1 for several months and now 75p



I'm a bit confused. So it's not the skimmed milk? There's a specific 1% milk which is different?

Reebok Ron;5661464

I'm a bit confused. So it's not the skimmed milk? There's a specific 1% … I'm a bit confused. So it's not the skimmed milk? There's a specific 1% milk which is different?




Yes there is a specific one

barclays;5656871

:-( Great news for the short term .....wait until every other dairy … :-( Great news for the short term .....wait until every other dairy farmer is bankrupt and then Milk will be imported from Germany at twice the normal price. Frickin Supermarkets and the power games they play !Super markets make twice the profit that the farmer gets in returns ! Keep buying and enjoy it while you can afford it. :thinking:



Hear, hear:thumbsup:

Just seems weird to buy milk that is 1% milk. I wouldnt buy meat that was 1% meat.

I'll vote hot since it seems a great price amongst you all but it just seems weird.

We buy the blue milk as we have kids and they are supposed to get the full milk.

Mudslide;5663109

Just seems weird to buy milk that is 1% milk. I wouldnt buy meat that was … Just seems weird to buy milk that is 1% milk. I wouldnt buy meat that was 1% meat.I'll vote hot since it seems a great price amongst you all but it just seems weird.We buy the blue milk as we have kids and they are supposed to get the full milk.



What an odd thing to say 'Full fat' milk is classed as 4%. Is your meat only 4% meat?

MooMa;5663160

What an odd thing to say 'Full fat' milk is classed as 4%. Is your … What an odd thing to say 'Full fat' milk is classed as 4%. Is your meat only 4% meat?



Is it ? didnt know that.

Yeah I agree my comparison is a totally irrelevant one. :oops:

Its just it says 1% milk (doesnt say 1% fat)

Great price-thanks for posting! :thumbsup:

Great deal but i'm a semi skimmed man myself

If 1% is milk what is the rest of the 99% made of?

Where do they get all them eggs and chicken?

I mean like KFC etc where do they get so much chicken etc etc

Products like this are invariably labelled to obfuscate the purchaser. From memory there's just over 40kcal per 100ml. About 9kcal per 100ml are from fat, thereby it's around 20% fat. It equates to around 1g fat per 100ml.

hot... i love this stuff, i tried to make the transition from semi to skimmed but failed.

this stuff is great though.

As for comments about evil supermarkets forcing out dairy farmers, this is true of just about all industries in the UK, not sure why dairy farmers should be any different.

If you really feel strongly you could refuse to shop there and only use your local green grocers, news agent, butchers etc etc and help save them, but i feel you are fighting a losing battle, if UK farmers can not compete with EU farmers, even taking into account transportation costs etc, then there is something wrong somewhere.

Reebok Ron;5661464

I'm a bit confused. So it's not the skimmed milk? There's a specific 1% … I'm a bit confused. So it's not the skimmed milk? There's a specific 1% milk which is different?



It has an Orange top and Orange label saying 1%.

This is a very good deal.
Better than the Tesco one as that is only 2 litres, and this is for 4 pints.
Heat added.

adsldave;5664978

Great deal but i'm a semi skimmed man myself



I was but now I prefer the 1%.
Give it a try, you may find it ok.

hoocheycoochey;5657137

Its probably Asda dropping the price of theirs to 73p



The Asda version is NOT 4 pints (neither is Tesco)
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