We’ve reduced the price of our MilkMarch 7, 2014 by The Co-op Observer
We have announced today that we are reducing the price of our British Milk.¬† As part of our commitment we will not be asking our milk producer group to contribute to the price reduction.
Andrew Mann, Customer Director, The Co-operative Food, said:
“The Co-operative has today re-affirmed its commitment as the UK‚Äôs leading community retailer by reducing the price of its own-brand bottles of one pint and two pints of milk, to 45p and 85p respectively.
“This move makes a Co-operative pint of milk, the lowest priced convenience pint in the UK. ¬†It also¬†supports the practical needs of millions of Co-operative customers, who are shopping conveniently and locally every day, for high quality fresh milk in portable sizes.”
Terms and conditions: Available In selected stores, excluding Isle of Man. Only 1 pint available in Northern Ireland. To fi nd your nearest participating store, please call us free on 0800 0686 727.¬†Varieties as stocked. Subject to availability whilst stocks last. See in store for details. Prices correct for the 1.136litres (2 pint) and 568ml (1 pint) at time of publish.