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Good deal thanks
Good price and long use by dates on these.
Good price, thanks
Anyone know how long this deal is on?
Shame they closed all the Manchester City centre ones miss them can't stand coop
Thanks for posting, heat added
So they do this as Skimmed or just semi skimmed/whole?
ghow00717/07/2019 12:18

So they do this as Skimmed or just semi skimmed/whole?


Looking on the Waitrose website there is just semi-skimmed and whole milk available.

They do, however, have goat's milk waitrose.com/eco…740
remember... 4 pints is more than 2L
good price though
I thought all milk was filotered?
Edited by: "soldierboy001" 18th Jul
Wonder how much the farmer gets from that 90p! :/
Lovely price
spufmonkey17/07/2019 21:30

Wonder how much the farmer gets from that 90p! :/


More than most other supermarkets, probably a loss leader.
soldierboy00117/07/2019 21:18

I thought all milk was filotered?


Sales of "Raw" (not heat treated) or unprocessed milk, i.e. Straight from a cow, is banned in Scotland & limited in England, Wales & NI.

UK Milk is "processed" (I think you are confusing filtering with processing) in 4 main steps of pasteurisation, separation, standardisation, and homogenisation. Google for more details.

Filtering is an optional additional process to reduce the number of bacteria which cause the milk to go sour quicker, which extends its shelf life.

Hope that helps.
jdbigguy18/07/2019 05:48

No milk is filotered.


I think you need to look up google.
davej171018/07/2019 07:23

Sales of "Raw" (not heat treated) or unprocessed milk, i.e. Straight from …Sales of "Raw" (not heat treated) or unprocessed milk, i.e. Straight from a cow, is banned in Scotland & limited in England, Wales & NI. UK Milk is "processed" (I think you are confusing filtering with processing) in 4 main steps of pasteurisation, separation, standardisation, and homogenisation. Google for more details. Filtering is an optional additional process to reduce the number of bacteria which cause the milk to go sour quicker, which extends its shelf life.Hope that helps.


Filtering extracts the various size molecules and produces different types of milk. Google is milk filtered for proof.
soldierboy00118/07/2019 14:10

Filtering extracts the various size molecules and produces different types …Filtering extracts the various size molecules and produces different types of milk. Google is milk filtered for proof.


Not sure what you mean by that or where you got that info from.

By "different types of milk", do you mean Whole, semi-skimmed & skimmed, in which case that's the "standardisation" stage & involves re-blending differing quantities of fats?

Feel free to check with The Dairy Council / www.milk.co.uk.

They have a booklet on it too.

milk.co.uk/hcp…pdf

Looks like pages 3 & 4 cover it.
davej171018/07/2019 19:35

Not sure what you mean by that or where you got that info from.By …Not sure what you mean by that or where you got that info from.By "different types of milk", do you mean Whole, semi-skimmed & skimmed, in which case that's the "standardisation" stage & involves re-blending differing quantities of fats? Feel free to check with The Dairy Council / www.milk.co.uk.They have a booklet on it too. https://www.milk.co.uk/hcp/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/woocommerce_uploads/2016/12/Milk_consumer_2016.pdfLooks like pages 3 & 4 cover it.


Googled it m8.
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