Fixed chronic hives and dermatitis
Suffered from dermatitis for years. And in recent years started to develop hives all over my body. Have tried everything from steroids to creams to diet changes.
Swapped to A2 and my symptoms were almost gone within weeks. Recently had to drink normal milk because of covid19 and empty shop fridges. And my hives came back within 48 hours. Managed to get more a2 and they’ve almost cleared again.
This stuff has really changed things for me.
Also nice to know they look after our farmers better.
A tastier and best alternative for the gut
I have tried various kinds of milk from normal full cream to soy to goat milk but there is nothing like A2 when it comes to taste and more importantly the gut for people who experience discomfort after drinking normal milk. Initially I was sceptical in getting A2 as it's a bit pricier and also I had tried various types of milk without getting anywhere. But after getting A2 I have not looked back. This is the same for one of my friends too. If spending a couple of extra bucks removes the gut discomfort then it's cheaper in fact
A perfect packaging disaster!! Saving costs on the bottle mouth?
Grab a new 3L bottle and try to pour the milk into your coffee cup. IT SPILLS!! The mouth of the bottle is a tad short in length compared to the other brands and the design isn’t just right. I guess a cost saving stunt? Must be fixed else am looking elsewhere
GREAT MILK, ABSOLUTE FAIL ON PRICE
We have been buying A2 Milk since it was on the shelf. No complaints about quality whatsoever, in fact, its the best milk around these days.
However, according to Aldi, Coles and Woolworths, A2 Milk Co decided to hike the price up last week, so now a 2L full cream is $4.99 at Aldi, $5.50 at Woolworths and $6 at Coles.
Ummm, A2 Greed !.
This milk is solid I buy it from woolies on the regular I recommend it to all milk connoisseurs. It's pretty cheap, at a good price of $2.90 at woolies. Very good, not poisoned! Thank you productreview for giving me a platform to voice my opinion, it means a lot.
Purchased in June 2019 at ashfield woolies for A$2.90.
1 year olds digestive problems gone
A2 milk cured my son's digestive problems with normal cows milk & formulas.He's now sleeping all night with no more tummy pain ,gas, reflux or arching his back in pain.The only thing is I can find the whole A2 version anywhere in Fife Scotland so he's on semi-skimmed & I can't bring myself to put him back on normal whole cows milk as it causes him so much stomach pain & becomes sleep deprived & irritable. He's not overweight so I worry he'll loose weight please stock more A2 whole across Scotland so more little ones can get the nutrients they need
A2 home made ice cream.
A2 milk has allowed me to again enjoy dairy which I avoided for over 15 years because it aggravated my colitis (an auto immune disorder). The colitis preceded and contribute s to a related arthritis ( I go through periods of crippling arthritic flares in my ankle). I make ice cream with A2 and here is the recipe. 5 cups of A2 whole milk, 3 eggs, one tablespoon of vanilla, a pinch of salt and one pint of regular dairy heavy whipping cream (there is no protein in heavy cream making it harmless and I can't find A2 cream or half and half). I can once again have ice cream on my corn flakes for breakfast.
This really is perfect and I can’t live without it.
For many years I have been troubled with severe digestive issues and stayed away from milk. I took one last chance and tried A2, It’s the best thing I could ever have done, I am now looking for a homemade A2 recipe for ice cream and I’ll be ecstatic. Thank you .
Only worth it if you have digestive problems with regular milk
I gave a bottle of A2 milk a try and honestly didn’t notice any difference. Felt the exact same.
With regular milk I don’t get bloated, nor am I lactose intolerant so this may play a part.
If you don’t have problems with regular milk I wouldn’t waste the extra money buying A2.
The BEST milk and cream I've ever had!!!!
SOOO delicious - my 12 yr old can taste the difference and will ONLY drink A2. I am lactose intolerant but can drink A2 with no problems. The A2 cream is just divine and its the only cream i can eat without feeling sick afterwards.
I wish more supermarkets would stock it...its hard to find unfortunately.
A2 FORMULA AND MILK - 5 STARS
My whole family drink A2 milk now since being recommended by a fellow colleague friend. I could never drink a glass of milk without feeling off and having to run to the bathroom. I can finally enjoy a2 milk and glasses of it and still feeling great, I've also read about so many health benefits including making one smarter. My kids are drinking it now and my toddler takes the one and only a2 platinum. You pay a little more than the normal milk but who cares, support our industry A2 and farmers (aussie and NZ). I cannot recommend this milk highly enough.
We have always bought A2 milk, particularly as we give it our toddler. Recently, we bought a bottle of milk and gave it to our toddler. We didn't think twice about smelling or tasting as it was an unopened bottle. In the evening we found the milk to smell like cow dung and it tasted horrible. We were horrified as we had given this to our toddler in the morning. Apology from A2, included a $5 voucher and basically put this down to the transportation etc storage. To me this wasn't good enough so I complained again, and the care team manager (afte...r advising me she was the boss of the team) commented 'Sir off milk isn't going to kill you'...she was rude and condescending throughout the conversation. I didn't care about the $5 voucher or even if it was more. I never would have expected this kind of customer service. I feel the point was missed about a toddler drinking this and won't be buying A2 again!
Questions & Answers
Can u please tell me how many spoon i put a2 milk powder in 1 glass thanx
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