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Milk & More What's New

We are always working hard to revive the Great British Milkman and provide a service that you will love now and in the future. From sourcing wonderful suppliers to investing in our eco credentials, find out what we’ve been up to.

Wonderful Products from Great Suppliers

We want to bring you the best produce from local and artisan suppliers across Britain. To do this, we are working with some amazing, high quality suppliers who not only make wonderful products but who also care about the way their products are made. You can find out more about some of our suppliers here.

Electric Milk Floats

Milk & More continues to forge a strong path in eco-friendly deliveries. We now have the UK's largest fleet of electric vehicles, allowing us to make more zero emissions deliveries across the country. Read more about our electric milk floats and their pioneering history.

Environmental Efforts

We care about the environment and are taking steps to become more eco-friendly and sustainable for the good of the communities we serve. Our glass milk bottles, often reused on average 25 times before they are recycled, are a mainstay of our service. We are also working with our suppliers to make sure our packaging is as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible, helping our customers to live more environmentally conscious lives conveniently. You can read more about our commitment to the environment here.

Community Commitment

We're proud to say our milkmen have become an integral part of local communities across Britain. That's why we are opening this year's annual Milkman of the Year award, to give our customers a chance to show their gratitude for any milk man or woman that really went over and above the line of duty this year. 

We are also running extra community projects around the UK. This year, our Grass to Glass project helped to not only teach children about the role of the milkman, but to also encourage a healthy lifestyle using the freshly delivered produce. Find out more about the grass to glass project.

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