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12 Thick Richmond Sausages 681g Half Price £1.75 ( were £3.50) @ Morrisons

£1.75 @ Morrisons
Morrisons large 681g packs of 12 Thick Richmond sausage on offer at £1.75 were £3.50 this week Currently Asda £3.50 or 2 for £6.00 Tesco £3.50 Ocado £3.50 Sainsbury £2.… Read More
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Morrisons large 681g packs of 12 Thick Richmond sausage on offer at £1.75 were £3.50 this week

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Asda £3.50 or 2 for £6.00
Tesco £3.50
Ocado £3.50
Sainsbury £2.00 on offer
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#1
Hot from me, as someone who HAS to buy these for my missus I know how expensive they can be so ill be snatching these up :) thanks OP
#2
Horrible product. Has one of the lowest meat content of any high street brand (including supermarket budget sausages) and a good clutch of E numbers to boot.

Cant fault their marketing strategy though...

TM
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51% meat, strange colour, God knows how much fat. 'No bits' (as stated in advert) meat probably blasted off carcass with pressure washer, think I will pass. Do yourself a favour and save money and buy a decent supermarkets basic sausages/or better.

Edited By: compadre on Jan 12, 2015 10:46
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Well people obviously like them regardless as they are a regular product line in all major supermarkets. They would not waste shelf space or stock them if they didn't sell
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Well people obviously like them regardless as they are a regular product line in all major supermarkets. They would not waste shelf space or stock them if they didn't sell

Yes, true-such a shame. To amend my earlier post I have since found out that meat content is 41%. Looking at the products that kerry group produces, it appears to a large extent to be a compendium of c--p. Apart from the health implications you can save money not buying these products.

Edited By: compadre on Jan 12, 2015 11:15
#6
Absolutely foul product with less meat content than most supermarkets cheap value ranges.
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