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Local delivery of milk

 
 
On 5 Sep 2012 at 1:12pm Catherine wrote:
Dairy Crest who deliver milk to Lewes residents seem to be now only obtainable through a massive call service centre in the Phillipines. You can no longer just call up to order a couple of extra pints without a lot of account questions and being put on hold! Can anyone help with finding a local based delivery of milk that would be great!
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On 5 Sep 2012 at 2:34pm Punky Wally wrote:
Rats grobarisation 4 U.
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On 5 Sep 2012 at 7:12pm sjep76 wrote:
I use Milk and More. You can either order over the internet or call them. I've only ever spoken to British people when they have phoned me.
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On 5 Sep 2012 at 7:59pm Sussex Jim wrote:
Dairy Crest forced our local friendly milk roundsman out of business, and I would not use them on principle. Give them the boot.I now buy my milk from the supermarkets, despite the fact that they screw the farmers. Is there anywhere north of Lewes where we can get milk direct from the farm? I am prepared to drive there (s*d the Greens)
 
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On 14 Sep 2012 at 9:27pm Scary Portas wrote:
Downsview Farm, on Laughton Road near Ringmer sells fantastic pasteurised and non-homogensied milk through a few places in Lewes- support your local business -milk is worth the extra pennies, and say FU to TESCO -or you can condone their treatment of UK dairy farmers by believing that such a labour and resource intensive process and product such as milk costs 40p a pint. You all get the life/ Lewes you pay for.


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