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Moo Milk Limited Edition Choc Fudge Flavour 1% Fat Milk 1 Litre

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£1.10 per 1 litre
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1% Fat Milk (92%), Sugar, ButterMilk Powder, Glucose Syrup, Fat Reduced Cocoa Powder, Stabilisers (Carrageenan, Xanthan Gum, Calcium Sulphate), Cane Molasses, Natural Flavourings, Salt


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Contains: Milk

Typical values per 100ml perr 200ml serving % adult RI* per 200ml serving
Energy 287kJ 574kJ 7%
68kcal 136kcal 7%
Fat 1.2g 2.4g 3%
of which saturates 0.8g 1.6g 8%
Carbohydrate 10.1g 20.2g 8%
of which sugars# 9.8g 19.6g 22%
Fibre <0.5g <0.5g
Protein 4.1g 8.2g 16%
Salt 0.13g 0.26g 4%
Vitamins and minerals
Vitamin B12 0.51µg 1.02µg 41%
Calcium 100.56mg 20.1mg 25%
*RI=Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)
A 1 litre carton contains 5 glasses of a 200ml serving
#Milk contains naturally occurring sugars (lactose) that contribute to the total sugars in this product
Product Information

Moo Milk Limited Edition Choc Fudge Flavour 1% Fat Milk 1 Litre

Moo 1lt Chocolate Fudge Milk Drink

Made with only British milk!



United Kingdom


Keep Refrigerated


Shake well before use.

Further details

Go Explore Devon born explorer Percy Harrison Fawcett is believed to be the inspiration behind the movie character, India Jones. In the early 1900s, Fawcett worked for the Bolivian government to map gold and diamonds. Whilst on the expedition, he claimed to have seen and shot a 62 foot long giant anaconda, seen a giant poisonous spider and spotted dogs with two noses. Later in life, Fawcett explored the Amazon rainforest for years and believed that the jungle concealed a large, secret civilization. He launched an expedition to find the lost city 'Z'. But in 1925 Fawcett vanished without a trace. Pasty Crimping Pasties are Cornish, right? Possibly wrong! Historian Dr Todd Gray is laying claim that the first pasty recipe was created in Plymouth, Devon in the 16th century. That's 236 years before any mention of pasties are found in Cornwall. In Devon the crust runs along the top, but on a Cornish pasty it's around the curved edge. The crust is said to have been created so that miners could hold the pasty when that took a break for lunch underground and avoid getting the main part dirty. How Do you Crimp Yours? The Devon way

Manufacturers Address

The Cow Shed, Crediton Dairy Limited, Church Lane, Crediton, Devon, EX17 2AH.

Return to

The Cow Shed, Crediton Dairy Limited, Church Lane, Crediton, Devon, EX17 2AH. www.moomilk.co.uk

Recycling information

Carton-Widely Recycled at recycling points - check locally for Kerbside

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