Dairy Crest has announced they will make the milk of human kindness in a long life sterilised form for those who cannot afford reliable refrigeration. Marketing Director Alan James said ‘It’s in keeping with the brand that we reach out to the less fortunate with this vital food for body and soul.’
Now, though, vegan campaigners are demanding a ‘soy milk of human kindness’ arguing a need for ‘tolerance of the lactose intolerant.’
Meanwhile Tesco is understood to be rushing out a giant double chock milk shake of human kindness with one child goes free to Potterland offer for Easter. terms and conditions apply.