Alpro Soya Original Milk Reviews
Product Type: Alpro Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... fresh and even a little creamy and mixes beautifully in my tea. I do not drink coffee, so cannot say whether it splits or ... more
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Alpro Soya Original Flavoured Milk 1 Litre (Pack of 12)
100% plant goodness Packed with protein Naturally low in saturate ...
Last Update 22.05.2013 22:51
Customer Alpro Soya Original Milk Reviews (13)
by - written on 18/11/10 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Alpro Soya Original Milk Being lactose intolerant has meant that I have tried and tasted a lot of alternatives to regular cow's milk, some I really like and others are not so nice. One of my favourites, especially for breakfast cereal is Alpro soya original. This Alpro soya milk is a made from a blend of soya beans mixed with water and fortified with added vitamins and calcium. Particularly, it is important to make sure that you get enough calcium if you don't eat that much dairy product and this goes a long way in helping me to reach my daily recommend amount. Initially, when you pour this into a glass you will notice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Alpro soya milk can be found conveniently in supermarkets, there is no need to look in specialist health food shops for this product. It usually costs around £1.27. Currently Tesco has it on offer: 2 FOR £2.50 which is valid until: 24/07/2010. Alpro soya milk is a mix of soya beans, water with added calcium and vitamins. It comes in a 1 litre carton. It's easy to open just unscrew the top and pull the ring up. It has to be kept in the fridge like normal milk and has to be used within 5 days of opening and also before the best before date. I usually just drink this rather then serve it with cereal, so I get through it in about 3 to 4 days anyway. It appearance ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I don't really drink milk at all, let alone milk from a cow, goat or sheep. Soya milk I discovered a few years back and I like to return to it every now and then, when I am in a milky mood. I buy it as a drink, rather than to go on cereal or have it tea or coffee, but obviously you can use it for whatever you want to. Soya milk does seem to be quite pricey still. I had hoped the price might have come down in the last year or so, but it remains firmly stuck around the pound mark for a litre. I have tried a few varieties including Tesco's own, So Good and the Alpro range. Alpro is a good make, a trusted brand and usually well stocked in Tesco. You will find it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/01/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
My only other experience with soya milk is Alpro Organic milk, for which I have already written a review. Because the Organic was not nice in tea, I thought I'd try a few different types before having to give up tea altogether! So I found Original soya in my local shop. I had decided not to buy another Alpro product for ethical reasons, but this was the only one available and I needed something! I paid 1.39 for 1 litre - I don't know if that is anywhere near its regular price as I have only bought it locally. The packaging has changed from the picture above, as mentioned by other reviewers. It is now a shorter, wider carton, like a juice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/12, updated on 23/02/13 (Very useful, 603 readings)
I started using Alpro soya milk about 10 years ago, when my digestion became unable to cope with what most British would consider average amounts of fat in my diet. I have continued using it as my main source of milk since then. == Versions == Alpro Original comes in two versions - fresh and long-life. Fresh is the one that I use, as it tastes better than the UHT long-life version, just as fresh cow's milk tastes superior to that long-life version. Fresh comes in a tall 1 litre carton. UHT comes in 1 litre, 500 ml and 250 ml versions, in dumpier shaped cartons. Fresh should be keep refrigerated, used ... Read the complete review
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