Archive for the ‘Farmer’ Category

British Doorstep Milk Delivery

Thursday, April 16th, 2009
horse drawn milk float

horse drawn milk float

British milk bottles were first delivered in 1880; four times a day, by horse-drawn carts.

Doorstep delivery is becoming increasingly popular, especially for busy families.

Buying your milk this way ensures a constant supply of fresh milk, helping eliminate breakfast tears and tantrums.

Before milk bottles, milkmen directly filled the jugs of customers.

The National Association of Milk Bottle Collectors provides research and information about milk bottles.

Advertisements began to appear on milk bottles in the 1920 and used sand-blasting techniques to etch them on the glass.

Plastic or Glass milk bottles

Monday, February 2nd, 2009

petJacksons Dairy provides milk in both Plastic and Glass milk bottles to homes and business in the Stockport, Cheshire, Manchester and the North West. However our preference is to keep our provision of milk in the classic glass milk bottle. There is something reassuring about fresh milk (and other dairy products) being delivered to your doorstep. The early morning clinking of milk bottles in crates on the back of the electric milk float, is ingrained in the British psyche. But you want your milk in glass bottles, it seems that your doorstep is too posh for PET. This Jacksons Dairy article looks at Plastic and Glass milk bottles.

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Jackson’s Dairy on the Internet

Tuesday, January 20th, 2009

Jackson’s Dairies has launched an exciting new website to reinforce its message of commitment to local milk and dairy producers, customers and the environment.

Working with marketing consultants, Rija Group, the company is keen to assure customers and suppliers on matters that concern them most; while providing a service second to none.

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