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12 Eggs for 80p @ Farm Foods

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banned8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
spotted these, good deal, don't know if in all stores
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1 Like #1
i would never buy these eggs , just think how those poor chickens have been kept to beable to sell at these prices
#2
I don't know why people are voting this cold... if you don't want to buy non-free range eggs that's your choice but for what these are, it's a hot deal.

OP never claimed them to be free range.

H&R added
#3
More heat added. Ignore the free range/organic snobs
#4
It's snobbery, it's people not wanting to buy something that involves cruelty to animals. No one mentioned organic.
#5
This thread is becoming a yolk
#6
I'll check it out my local shop, HOT!!!
#7
deanos
This thread is becoming a yolk



Egg...sactly..;-)
#8
OK, they may not have much room, but at this time of the year they are probably grateful to be huddled together...it's a bit parky out there.
#9
:whistling: I will have to side with the chickens too.

Chickens are kept in barbaric conditions so that you can save a few pence on your full english. I would not buy out of principle

*ducks (excuse the pun because duck eggs are lovely) to avoid low flying insults :p
#10
Foxy102
OK, they may not have much room, but at this time of the year they are probably grateful to be huddled together...it's a bit parky out there.


Mushroom omelette.. ;-)
1 Like #11
I'm not voting either way on this because it is a bargain price for a dozen eggs.
But eggs are only this cheap because of the inhumane miserable life that battery chickens suffer. Its obscene in this day and age to make animals suffer like this.
Also the taste of these eggs will be immersurably inferior to free range eggs..... and myself personally would rather pay the extra for better tasting food and to promote better treatment of farm animals.
#12
Biker Jeff;3339599
I'm not voting either way on this because it is a bargain price for a dozen eggs.
But eggs are only this cheap because of the inhumane miserable life that battery chickens suffer. Its obscene in this day and age to make animals suffer like this.
Also the taste of these eggs will be immersurably inferior to free range eggs..... and myself personally would rather pay the extra for better tasting food and to promote better treatment of farm animals.


To be honest, sod the chickens, lets promote better treatment for refugees in the DR of the Congo.
#13
It is an excellent price.
You'd normally be paying £1.50 for 15 for these type of eggs.
On the basic of that.....Voted Hot
On huminatarian grounds it would be very cold, but that isn't what this deal is about.
#14
I wonder how many uses these eggs will occour tonight! *Honey! SHUT THE WINDOWS! :O*
#15
It's not just about the chickens' "feelings" tho'.

To get eggs to retail this cheaply they will have been fed utter cra*p - probably literally. People will then be eating what the chickens have produced from ingesting such muck. Finally to compound this, the same people will probably end up eating the knackered chickens in some way, shape or form.

Bargain? My ars*e:p
#16
Its a fact that tramps eat eggs laid from caged hens :whistling::p
#17
As sure as eggs is eggs this debate won't be resolved
#18
Ditto etc and proud to see people speaking up. Deffo not a bargain for the birds...
#19
Lets face it, alot of people dont like "shelling" out on free range eggs
#20
starsparkle2311
I've never heard of farm foods!


:oops:
#21
If its good enough for Carol Vorderman its good enough for me

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=8154yI13a-o
#22
This offer is for the Trickle Treaters so they can egg people's houses with them. Quite obvious
#23
Flimber
Ditto etc and proud to see people speaking up. Deffo not a bargain for the birds...


I've spent all my money on free range eggs and organic chicken, and now can't afford the gas for heating, but hey, at least the chickens had a nice life :whistling:
#24
peodude
I've spent all my money on free range eggs and organic chicken, and now can't afford the gas for heating, but hey, at least the chickens had a nice life :whistling:


Jeez, you must eat a heck of a lot of eggs and chicken. Try eating some fresh fruit and vegetables as well to supplement your diet.

Then stop buying "bargains" that you see posted on websites like these and you'll be alright:p
#25
starsparkle2311
I've never heard of farm foods!


http://www.farmfoods.co.uk/

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Farmfoods are frozen food specialists. Our roots are embedded in the distribution and handling of frozen food. We firmly believe in the benefits of frozen food and take great care to bring it to you in the best possible condition. In short, we take frozen food very seriously.

Farmfoods originated in Aberdeen in 1955 and has around 300 shops throughout Great Britain.

Today you'll find your local Farmfoods selling a wide range of frozen food of the best quality at prices you'll find nowhere else!


Mmmmm... Frozen Eggs.

Yum:p
#26
Maybe these are old stock Easter Eggs :thumbsup:
#27
cheapskate58
It's not just about the chickens' "feelings" tho'.

To get eggs to retail this cheaply they will have been fed utter cra*p - probably literally. People will then be eating what the chickens have produced from ingesting such muck. Finally to compound this, the same people will probably end up eating the knackered chickens in some way, shape or form.

Bargain? My ars*e:p



Ultimately everyone is eating Cr*p b'cos plants need Cra* to grow and then the rest of the food web depends upon plants growing off of Cr*p to survive. So whether ur veggie or not we all ULTIMATELY live off *rap, so who gives a C**p what the chickens are fed or how they're treated? C**p is C*ap you can't put a price on that. :x
HOT from me! :thumbsup:

PS If people were as passionate about other people, as they are about animals, this world would be a much better place!
#28
bargain surfer
Ultimately everyone is eating Cr*p b'cos plants need Cra* to grow and then the rest of the food web depends upon plants growing off of Cr*p to survive. So whether ur veggie or not we all ULTIMATELY live off *rap, so who gives a C**p what the chickens are fed or how they're treated? C**p is C*ap you can't put a price on that. :x
HOT from me! :thumbsup:
!


True. That's why we had BSE because farmers to save money were feeding cows **** and mashed up sheep brains. Their natural food is grass FFS!!!! I'm going to wait for the Asda 15 free range eggs for £2 deal.

PS If people were as passionate about other people, as they are about animals, this world would be a much better place

Agree 100%
#29
I am passionate about people as well as animals but as far as i remember the deal didn't involve buying any people and so I choose to be vocal about the animals :p
#30
People that are complaining about the poor conditions the chickens are in to give you this price. I bet most of these people wouldn't think twice about buying a chicken or going to kfc though.

Good price :thumbsup:

ps.I do agree that they shouldn't be kept in these conditions.
#31
:santa:I wouldn't enter a KFC if you paid me
#32
Wouldn't touch a non-free-range egg no matter how cheap they are, assuming these are from battery hens and it's not just a great deal.

Your local farm could well sell eggs for around this price which are free range if you've got the time to stop by instead of getting them from the supermarket.
#33
TGB
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Your local farm could well sell eggs for around this price which are free range if you've got the time to stop by instead of getting them from the supermarket.


Recently discovered that my local farm sell eggs - 6 for £1.20. They taste so much better than the supermarket ones (including their free range ones). If only they did a delivery service, I would get them all the time.

Good deal for those that do not mind buying these eggs
#34
Erm amazing deal! I'm getting my self some! :thumbsup:
But please write at FARM FOODS in the title. It just makes it more convinient than going through the thread to see where the deal is or going on the website to see the deal. :)
#35
I voted hot so people who don't care where their eggs come from get be aware of the deal. I also go "free-range" nowadays but I'm no eco-ranger/captain organic and I will not enforce my views on my peers.
#36
stamfordblue
It is an excellent price.
You'd normally be paying £1.50 for 15 for these type of eggs.
On the basic of that.....Voted Hot
On huminatarian grounds it would be very cold, but that isn't what this deal is about.


Thats definitely not what this deal is about....

Humanitarianism is an active belief in humanism (the idea of the value of human life) whereby humans practice benevolent treatment and provide assistance to other humans, in order to better humanity for both moral and logical reasons.

Dont think even the free range chickens have be classified as humans yet :p

I wouldn't eat these purely for the fact cheap eggs taste of absolutely nothing. Free range eggs taste so much better to me its a bonus that the chicken have a wonderful life.
#37
cold, spend an extra 5p an egg.
#38
cbryanp
Thats definitely not what this deal is about....

Humanitarianism is an active belief in humanism (the idea of the value of human life) whereby humans practice benevolent treatment and provide assistance to other humans, in order to better humanity for both moral and logical reasons.

Dont think even the free range chickens have be classified as humans yet :p

I wouldn't eat these purely for the fact cheap eggs taste of absolutely nothing. Free range eggs taste so much better to me its a bonus that the chicken have a wonderful life.


I think you know what I meant.
Pardon me for using the wrong word.:roll:
#39
Not a hot deal if it promotes cruelty to animals, sorry,
#40
Biker Jeff
I'm not voting either way on this because it is a bargain price for a dozen eggs.
But eggs are only this cheap because of the inhumane miserable life that battery chickens suffer. Its obscene in this day and age to make animals suffer like this.
Also the taste of these eggs will be immersurably inferior to free range eggs..... and myself personally would rather pay the extra for better tasting food and to promote better treatment of farm animals.


Saved me having to type out the same, my thoughts exactly, plus if you can find a local farm, you will usually find that eggs there that you know are free range not only taste better, but you also benefit funding the source instead of the mass marketing supermarket....rubbish in rubbish out.

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