Marigold Full Cream Milk – UHT

Oh no, it is yet another little review on milk. Probably the most boring thing you have ever read. You must be wondering why someone is bothered to review milk, especially...

Oh no, it is yet another little review on milk. Probably the most boring thing you have ever read. You must be wondering why someone is bothered to review milk, especially UHT ones. First of all, I have to state that I am not paid by anyone to do these kinds of review. Neither do I receive the milk for free. If I were to do a paid review, I will tell you readers that this is a paid review. But this is not. I bought this milk from NTUC but sadly, I forgot to take photos of the receipt yet again. Anyway, for some of the previous  “reviews” I have taken photos of the “proof of purchase”. I definitely don’t want to be accused of being “bought” by supermarket chains or distributors. Furthermore, it is not like I get tens of thousands of readers per day right?

The Marigold Full Cream Milk pack can be found in almost ALL supermarkets in Singapore. I have seen them in NTUC, Sheng Siong, Giant, Shop N Save and even Cold Storage. Well, Marigold is a very popular brand in Singapore. Everyone seems to like Marigold here. We have Marigold fruit juices, yogurt, acidophilus drinks, jelly, pudding and many many more! Actually the Marigold Brand is part of Malaysia Dairy Industries Pte Ltd. Their logo is a tiger and a kangaroo. However, from what I know, the Australian partner is no longer with them. So it is just yet another local company. So if you buying Marigold products, you are supporting Singaporean companies. But it is not like Singaporean companies treat their workers (Singaporeans or foreigners) any better or anything, so it is up to you.

Awww…so cute. Look at that cow on the Marigold packet, it is winking at you!  Don’t you love winking cows? It is seducing me! I think I have fallen in love with the cow, it’s big tits and I can’t bare to drink it’s milk. Lol!

Yup, the milk is from New Zealand! Hooray! No China imported milk for all of us! And it does not come with any preservatives. Wait, doesn’t most milk come with no preservatives? I have yet to see any milk that comes preservatives which by the way, is not good for you. I try to avoid stuff with preservatives nowadays. Milk comes with a healthy dose of Calcium, Protein and Vitamin D.

1 litre of delicious milk. This product contains no added preservatives. Contents have been Ultra Heat Treated to ensure freshness. Okay, cool. They are also telling us to drink about 500ml of milk per day. However, I really doubt that most Singaporeans can drink 500ml of milk per day and don’t have any side effects from the milk consumption. A better alternative would be yogurt rather than milk.

The ingredients are fresh milk and Vitamin D3!

Wooohooo, this is one long lasting milk. The best before date is 15 October 2009! Slightly less than a year!

Okay, all done. Tomorrow, I may be reviewing an organic milk from Australia. It was on offer so I took the opportunity to have a taste of my first organic milk drink! Ciao and best of health to you guys!