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Make eating breakfast a resolution which sticks, with milk&more

Starting the day with breakfast is a great resolution for a healthy 2017 and milk&more’s breakfast deliveries direct to your door could be the solution to making it stick.

The secret to turning a resolution into a habit lies in making it easy to maintain, and what could be more convenient than having your favourite breakfast essentials delivered directly to your door by your very own local milkman or woman?

Experts agree that eating breakfast is an important part of a healthy lifestyle[1], so adding it to your routine is definitely worthwhile.

Whatever your preferred morning meal, milk&more can deliver it direct to your door. From free range eggs and glass bottled juices in flavours including orange, fruit cocktail and grapefruit to granola, yogurt, porridge or bread – as well as of course, milk; whether bottled in glass or plastic - milk&more’s extensive range ensures your breakfast bowl need never be empty.

With milk&more’s help, you will be able to make your resolution to start the day with breakfast, as much of a tradition as the regular delivery from your local milk&more milkman itself!  

Milk & More breakfast essentials include:

Country Life Semi Skimmed Milk

Glass Bottled Juices: Orange, Apple, Fruit Cocktai;, Grapefruit and Cranberry Juice

Quaker Oat So Simple Original

Fresh Large Free Range Eggs

Kingsmill 50/50 Medium

Yeo Valley Organic Natural Yoghurt

Jordans Crunchy Oat Granola Raisin and Almond

Available from milk&more your local milk delivery service. www.milkandmore.co.uk

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