Milk dispenser

Milk dispenser

Fill up a glass milk bottle from our Jersey Dairy milk vending machines

As an ethical and responsible retailer with sustainability at our heart, we are always looking at ways we can reduce the amount of single use packaging in our stores.

The newest addition in our commitment to providing islanders with more sustainable ways to shop are our new self-serve milk vending machines, offering fresh Jersey Dairy milk in your Grand Marché St Helier and St Peter.

The milk vending machines dispense fresh Jersey Dairy 2.5% fat milk into 1 litre reusable glass bottles.

We are excited to work alongside local producer, Jersey Dairy as we lead the way in reducing single-use packaging, as well as championing the very best of local produce.

Try the milk vending machines in store today.   

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How do the milk dispensers work?

  1. Pick up your glass milk bottle from Grand Marché St Helier or St Peter.
  2. Fill your 1 litre glass bottle with fresh pasteurised milk.
  3. Pay for both your bottle (£2.50) and milk at the checkout (only pay for your bottle once).
  4. The next time you come in to the store bring your clean bottle with you and refill at the milk dispenser.
  5. You will now just need to pay for the milk at the checkout.

Why are we doing this?

Reducing the amount of single use packaging in our stores is something we take very seriously.

By introducing milk dispensers and offering you the option to buy your milk in glass bottles, we are reducing single use packaging consumption and protecting the environment.

We have set ourselves a target of making sure all our own brand packaging is easy to recycle or reuse by 2023. We also aim to eliminate single-use own brand plastic products and packaging by 2023.

Protecting our environment, supporting sustainability, connecting with others and working with local producers are hugely important to us, which is why we are championing this initiative with Jersey Dairy.

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