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Starter pack baby milk 50p @ Asda
Starter pack baby milk 50p @ Asda

Starter pack baby milk 50p @ Asda

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Lots of deals in the reduced section. Training cups from 50p and also dolce gusto pods from 50p a box in the same section.

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which asda please?

Ermmmm I swear this can't be discounted?

Wow, thats a bargain. I'd have cleared the shelf. Would be helpful if the OP could state which store so those close by can check it out as won't be national. Many thanks

Hmmmm, I didn't think that baby formula was allowed to be discounted at all or offered in any kind of promotion?
Not doubting the op, but this is a bit of a strange one.

Great for cold starts,Nice find op, heat added

Perhaps it's an error and should be £5.00. Promotions are not allowed on baby milk (unless it's for 6months + I think)

Yeah there are infant formula and follow on formula regulations which state it can't be promoted or discounted. It's probably an error on the stores part.

@mummycool1986 why is this crap? Yes breast is best however the priority should be that the baby is actually being fed regardless of whether it is by breast or by bottle.

They cannot discount due to not promoting formula as breast is supposed to be best, however i woudnt complain 50p what a bargain!!!!

it might be close to use by date? I once got 4 tubs of formula reduced in a local pharmacy as they were a month from use by date.

and yes they aren't meant to reduce it but surely it's better to reduce it and have it used than throw it away?

It's silly. I don't see milk cheap & think I'm gonna feed my baby that coz its reduced! I've tried to breast feed & failed, hence formula feeding

98% of women can breastfeed. These kits set vulnerable uninformed new mums up to fail

mummycool1986

98% of women can breastfeed. These kits set vulnerable uninformed new … 98% of women can breastfeed. These kits set vulnerable uninformed new mums up to fail



Breastapo at work again. Why comment (troll) on a deal that is of no interest to you? There is so much wrong with what you've written but I'll not rise to it.

I think you just did.

Yes as others have said its against world health organisation laws to discount baby formula (even if close to sell by date) I've seen it in tescos and co-op before and emailed manager to point out the law to them and they've been pulled. I know on a site like this I could get a lot of haters for that but the laws are there for a reason, to protect new mums from being enticed into formula feeding by these offers and then breast milk drying up and then no more offers left and they're stuck using expensive formula.
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