Dairyland Canada Contest: Win FREE Milk for a Year (5 winners)




Dairyland Contest for Canada.

FREE Milk Contest.

Enter for a chance to Win FREE Milk for a Year (5 winners). 

There are five (5) prizes available to be won in, each consists of fifty-two (52) coupons and each coupon is redeemable for one (1) free Dairyland milk product for one year.

The approximate retail value of each Prize is $520.

To enter this contest, simply fill out the easy online entry form at the link below.

Good Luck!


  • Single entry
  • Open to residents of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba
  • Age of majority

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This Dairyland Contest ends October 04, 2019


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Dairyland Milk

This company has been around for over 90 years, and Canadians still trust them to deliver delicious, high-quality milk and dairy products.

Dairy World Foods is also known as Agrifoods International Cooperative Limited to many. Saputo Dairy Foods Canada now owns and operates the day to day operations of this business.

Where To Buy?

Curious as to where you can purchase this brand name products? Look for it in Canadian Costco, Real Canadian Superstore, Shoppers Drug Mart, Walmart, 7-eleven, IGA, London Drugs, Save On Foods, PriceSmart and more.

You can also purchase Dairyland products and have them delivered right to your home. Select cities only, however.


Some popular products that you might recognize include Milk 2 Go, Buttermilk, Milkshakes, Juice, Yogurt, Cream, Whip Cream, Cottage Cheese, Egg Nog, Baxter Milk(Maritimes) and more.

Cottage Cheese

You cannot speak about the Dairyland brand and forget to mention their delicious Cottage Cheese product. If you like Cottage Cheese than this is one brand that you are going to love.

They come in a wide range of flavours and varieties to suit your needs. From plain to fruit flavours. Low fat to regular fat content as well.

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