Surely cows still have to give up their milk ?
I am 92 years old,I have not seen any milk for many days. How can I get it from home delivery? I have been buying Tesco filtered milk for some time now but now being isolated and unable to hang onto a trolley at my local Warndon Tesco,which was difficult enough,I guess I must stick to water.I live alone,and have been proud in the past ,to cope without a carer. No Milk ? any sort would do.
very good semi skimmed milk
Iam disabled persons need milk
Iam disabled persons I need milk thank you
More bad Tesco packaging, but good stuff inside
Filtered milk is a real godsend to people living solo, but not wanting to shop too often. It's good to have an 'own-brand' too. The only issue is that the deeper caps have a foil seal which is extremely difficult to remove - knives, scissors and broken nails all feature in my struggles to get to the milk. The thinner caps with the plastic seal are so much easier and probably essential for the elderly or anyone with arthritic hands, but these are stocked so often.
Good milk, annoying foil top
Milk is perfectly fine. However, the aluminium foil top is always very awkward to get off. Countless times I have bought this with the same issue. Will revert back to the basic milk from now on
Very difficult silver seal on Tesco Filtered Milk.
Pleased with this milk but didn't give it 5 stars due to it being so difficult to get the silver inside lid off, but the previous week it had obviously been supplied by someone else as lid was a lighter shade of green and inside seal was really easy to remove and I thought at last it had been changed, but unfortunately my last delivery was back to the old silver seal and it is so tough that it is easy to cut yourself trying to get it off. Very bad design.
difficulty opening bottles
this milk is great value for money and has a longer sell by date which is great for bulk buying. my only problem is the foil seal on the top. I have arthritis and find it very difficult to remove the seal. I end up the majority of times using a knife to open the milk. I have had some bottles which have a different seal, which is great. It would be great if the seals were changed. no other problems apart from this .
Sure its semi skimmed milk what is there to say - actually it is great, long dated before opening and once open bottle keeps about a week, so much better than the standard one for cutting waste. Only snag - there are two different lids, a deep one with a metal seal inside which is very difficult to remove and sharp, and a shallow one with a peel off polystyrene seal - if you can get this one and avoid the metal seal.
Curdled 3 days after it arrived says 7 days on pac
Curdled 3 days after it arrived says 7 days on packet
The product's fine, the packaging not so much
Milk is milk, the product is no better or worse than other brands. However, the reason I get filtered milk; because it's longer lasting is so I don't have to buy it so often. This means I'm going to buy more of it. This means I'm going to have to lie some of the bottles down in the fridge because I don't have space in the door to keep them all upright. The problem I find with all Tesco filtered milk, is that if I buy it, I'm playing Russian Roulette with my fridge contents - half the time it'll be fine, but the other half, the seal won't be sealed well enough to hold back the milk inside and neither will the cap be screwed on tightly enough, resulting in a flooded fridge shelf. Never have this problem with Cravendale and I only buy Tesco filtered milk if there's no Cravendale available for this very reason!