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15 Free Range Eggs for £2.00 @ ASDA In Store

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15 Mixed wieght Free Range Eggs for £2 @ ASDA In Store
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Roll on the 2012 EU Battery Cage ban, free range eggs are getting cheaper and the ethical choice more persuasive.
#2
LOL !! How much ?
Ultra cold
#3
Bargain for FREE RANGE
#4
gizmouk
LOL !! How much ?
Ultra cold

????
banned 2 Likes #5
cicobuff
Roll on the 2012 EU Battery Cage ban, free range eggs are getting cheaper and the ethical choice more persuasive.

Very well put.

I have 6 ex-battery hens and I think it is deporable that hens are kept in cages.

If anyone can give ex-battery hens a home they would really be helping hens that have had nothing but suffering on their lives.

http://www.bhwt.org.uk/

I always check the ingredients of cakes and any other products that contain eggs that they are free-range.

Edited By: DLM on Apr 27, 2011 12:43
#6
I agree for mixed size eggs it's not such a good deal, in Iceland they have 6 large free range for £1
#7
gizmouk
LOL !! How much ?
Ultra cold


Please can you let us all know here then where free range eggs can be gotten cheaper? Other than a farm I pass when visiting my parents that do them for a bargainous 75 pence per half dozen, 6 at Aldi are 89 pence per half dozen, I think 15 for £2 is a good deal.
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DLM
cicobuff
Roll on the 2012 EU Battery Cage ban, free range eggs are getting cheaper and the ethical choice more persuasive.


Very well put.

I have 6 ex-battery hens and I think it is deporable that hens are kept in cages.

If anyone can give ex-battery hens a home they would really be helping hens that have had nothing but suffering on their lives.

http://www.bhwt.org.uk/

I always check the ingredients of cakes and any other products that contain eggs that they are free-range.


With the greatest of respects for you, I wish I had the same amount of outside area to do the same...it will be fantastic to have a generation of kids in the future that will look at you in disbelief that such farming practices went on.
banned 2 Likes #9
cicobuff
DLM
cicobuff
Roll on the 2012 EU Battery Cage ban, free range eggs are getting cheaper and the ethical choice more persuasive.

Very well put.

I have 6 ex-battery hens and I think it is deporable that hens are kept in cages.

If anyone can give ex-battery hens a home they would really be helping hens that have had nothing but suffering on their lives.

http://www.bhwt.org.uk/

I always check the ingredients of cakes and any other products that contain eggs that they are free-range.

With the greatest of respects for you, I wish I had the same amount of outside area to do the same...it will be fantastic to have a generation of kids in the future that will look at you in disbelief that such farming practices went on.

If we treated any other animal with such contempt the RSPCA would be involved.

My hens have brought me so much joy and I am glad they now have good coats and can roam freely round my garden for several hour's per day.
#10
Good deal, though my local Morrisons (Basingstoke) had four-packs of free-range eggs for 50p yesterday.
#11
cicobuff
gizmouk
LOL !! How much ?
Ultra cold


Please can you let us all know here then where free range eggs can be gotten cheaper? Other than a farm I pass when visiting my parents that do them for a bargainous 75 pence per half dozen, 6 at Aldi are 89 pence per half dozen, I think 15 for £2 is a good deal.


Your parents local farm are charging the going rate.
All of them round here charge £1.50 for 12. All of them have the chickens running round free - not wired up in boxes. All of them have a farm shop where you can buy veg that's fresh and always cheaper than the supermarkets.

Folk might also want to look up the definition of "Free Range" - it's more marketing BS than anything else
#12
I thought Morrisons do 4 free range eggs for 50p?
#13
gizmouk
cicobuff
gizmouk
LOL !! How much ?
Ultra cold


Please can you let us all know here then where free range eggs can be gotten cheaper? Other than a farm I pass when visiting my parents that do them for a bargainous 75 pence per half dozen, 6 at Aldi are 89 pence per half dozen, I think 15 for £2 is a good deal.


Your parents local farm are charging the going rate.
All of them round here charge £1.50 for 12. All of them have the chickens running round free - not wired up in boxes. All of them have a farm shop where you can buy veg that's fresh and always cheaper than the supermarkets.

Folk might also want to look up the definition of "Free Range" - it's more marketing BS than anything else


Is that a reason to vote this cold, strangely enough not everyone lives where you do that has a cheap farm shop...and on my travels into the countryside from the fringes of the city I do notice that farms that sell eggs regularly do advertise them for considerably more than 75 pence, so how do you know it is the going rate?!

PS...it sounds lovely where you live.
#14
@gizomouk

If this deal is "ultra cold" because you deem that everyone in your local experience should be paying £1.50 for 12 free range eggs then I am puzzled.

15 eggs for £2 = 13.3p per egg
12 eggs for £1.50 = 12.5p per egg

15 x 12.5 = £1.86, meaning you pay 14 pence less where you live from your farm shop, my Asda is a lot nearer than any farm shop, meaning it would cost far more in fuel to get to a farm shop (of which I would prefer to support, but not all of us live in rural areas)
#15
yes 50p for 4 at morrisons, medium sized, amazing how this deal got any heat
#16
kurv
yes 50p for 4 at morrisons, medium sized, amazing how this deal got any heat


Morrisons are 12.5 pence an egg in comparison to 13.3p per egg, my nearest Morrisons is 5 miles away, nearest Asda 1 mile, hardly a deal breaker is it!
#17
Couldnt find any at my local asda - West Bridgford but they were doing 2 for £2 on medium free range 'Bitt...something farm free range farm eggs, which isnt too bad. No farm shops near us but we have a farmers market twice a month and if i remember correctly they usually sell 6 for about £1.50.
#18
georgia2006
Couldnt find any at my local asda - West Bridgford but they were doing 2 for £2 on medium free range 'Bitt...something farm free range farm eggs, which isnt too bad. No farm shops near us but we have a farmers market twice a month and if i remember correctly they usually sell 6 for about £1.50.


The eggs are usually on bulk in the beginning of the Isle - Look out
#19
At my farmer's market 6 extra large FR is £1
#20
I got 4 free range eggs for 50p at Morrisons yesterday!
#21
Just to say these eggs are sub-par and are the ones that are not good enough for full price. These eggs taste the same and all but do have massive air pockets and are not exactly big to start with,

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