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15 FREE RANGE EGGS FOR £2.00 FROM ASDA

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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
I was in my local store yesterday, and saw these on a promo stand in the provisions aisle.

They are mixed weight (but mine were mostly medium & large) and are British Free Range. Normally 6 x Free Range eggs costs approx £1.40 from ASDA.

Normally deals like this in ASDA are reserved for eggs from barn/caged hens. And without wanting to cause a huge debate about free range vs caged hens eggs, heres a deal for those of you who insist on only buying free range. Feels like all those years of paying a premium has paid off!

Sorry but I dont know when the offer is ending, I assume it ends when the stock runs out!
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#1
That's a good price as 15 eggs from caged hens are £1.50
Wish other stores did this sort of a deal for free range
Voted hot
#2
Not going to vote,

We get trays of 30 eggs for this price direct from the farm, much better quality and the chickens are treated better!
#3
good shop price, i also get organic free range eggs in trays of 30 direct from farm.

hot and rep because not everyone will get eggs direct.
banned#4
at the end of the day and egg is a bleeding egg
#5
I Have A Farm Of Chickens, 19 To Be Precise And They Give Me 14 Eggs A Day Each And They Can All Sing The British National Anthem In Tune And Unison While They Lay There Eggs For Me!!!#

Beat That Asda!!!!!!!
banned#6
starsparkle2311
ditto:p


but u know that a load of smart arses will claim that free range ones taste better , well i`ll bet them a milion quid they cannot tell the difference , they just think they are elitest
#7
Well i have 4 chickens in the garden that keeps us going on eggs .

Not bought any eggs for ages :thumbsup:
#8
aberfal
but u know that a load of smart arses will claim that free range ones taste better , well i`ll bet them a milion quid they cannot tell the difference , they just think they are elitest



Err no, it's just nice to think you are not buying eggs from the horrific battery hen setup. And in a perfect world if everybody stopped buying them then all eggs might be free range.

But you are probably right, I get so happy thinking about the way these battery hens live, it makes me feel all warm inside :roll: I'm assuming you will still go and buy the caged eggs for 50p less than these! Good work.
#9
gram333uk
Not going to vote,

We get trays of 30 eggs for this price direct from the farm, much better quality and the chickens are treated better!


What makes you think they are treated any different on the farm you get them to the farms that produce and sell free range eggs to the supermarket? I actually know a farmer who produces free range eggs for a well known supermarket and his chickens are treated extremly well.
#10
its a good price for free range eggs but since investing in 5 little friends we have no need to buy anymore :)
#11
A lot of things in supermarkets have been made using battery caged eggs, do you check these out too?


I dont buy any pre-prepared foods, so no, don't have to worry about free range there, and it means I know what goes into the meals my family eat because I put it there. I can make a meal/sauce/whatever that has 8 ingredients, or buy it from a shop in a box/jar that has 30!! Not elitist, just care about the health and well being of those that I feed, and the health and well being of the food they are going to eat.

And yes, free range does taste better. VOTED HOT!!
#12
I'm not sure if it's national, but in my area, the Co-op have 50% extra free packs of 6 medium free range eggs, making it £1.36 for 9 eggs.

ClashInDevon
#13
aberfal
but u know that a load of smart arses will claim that free range ones taste better , well i`ll bet them a milion quid they cannot tell the difference , they just think they are elitest


which is what i thought until i was educated a few months ago.

caged chickens lay eggs which are made up with greater of water as the chicken get 2 hours per day to eat what they can in that 2 hours, the rest of the time they only have water.
free ranged chickens scratch around and eat when they want throughout the day.

crack open a free range egg and a caged egg and you will instanly see the difference in the yolk and the white, the caged one will most certainly be watery in comparison, they also contain less protein than free range.

for price only caged are better and before i got the eggs direct i would normally have gone with the caged so it isnt snobbery, im taking advantage of where i live and the local produce which is cheap.
#14
Anyone else think that 'free range' eggs are just from the same old chickens kept in barns but they leave the doors open so they have 'access' to the outdoors?
#15
this isn't hot - tesco do 15 free range eggs for £2 as well, on the website. they're called Farm Pride, and i wouldn't be surprised if the ASDA ones were the same. The only thing that really bothers me about them is that it comes in plastic packaging - would be much nicer if it was in a cardboard container.

and yes, free range eggs definitely look different, and are nutritionally better - i can't honestly say i notice much of a taste difference, but i do my bit where i can to get free range eggs. Hellmans Mayo is now made exclusively with free range eggs, which is nice.
#16
How do you get the 15 free eggs for £2?
#17
I've just been & purchased a tray of these...Def hot!
#18
Spoodz
I dont buy any pre-prepared foods, so no, don't have to worry about free range there, and it means I know what goes into the meals my family eat because I put it there. I can make a meal/sauce/whatever that has 8 ingredients, or buy it from a shop in a box/jar that has 30!! Not elitist, just care about the health and well being of those that I feed, and the health and well being of the food they are going to eat.

And yes, free range does taste better. VOTED HOT!!


wow a real life chef, how i envy your cooking skill's,
wish someone would have taught me so i didn't have to buy pre-packed food from the supermarket as it must have dulled my sense of taste because i can't tell the difference between free range food and non free range food,
oh well too late to reverse the change that its done so i'll continue to look up at those who know best.
#19
starsparkle2311
A lot of things in supermarkets have been made using battery caged eggs, do you check these out too?


As above, we don't buy pre-prepared food, and I have my own chickens in my garden so use their eggs for making things, and if not I will always buy free range eggs.

Am I right in thinking some people on here actually believe battery farming is ok?! :shock:
#20
Bondinho
As above, we don't buy pre-prepared food, and I have my own chickens in my garden so use their eggs for making things, and if not I will always buy free range eggs.

Am I right in thinking some people on here actually believe battery farming is ok?! :shock:


Im sure some people couldnt care less, its not that i dont care as i personally i dont like any animals etc being treated badly ,its the people on here that preach that get to me. Its individuals choice and im sure most adults in this day and age know about these issues so do not need to be preached to about free range etc.

Even those who never ever buy premade (few and far between) must still eat out at some point surley and i bet they dont check all the ingredients etc or know where all the ingredients meat etc come from so unwittingly maybe eating something they wouldnt usually buy. Each to thier own i say, so no need for the constant preaching.
#21
ZedEx
Im sure some people couldnt care less, its not that i dont care as i personally i dont like any animals etc being treated badly ,its the people on here that preach that get to me. Its individuals choice and im sure most adults in this day and age know about these issues so do not need to be preached to about free range etc.

Even those who never ever buy premade (few and far between) must still eat out at some point surley and i bet they dont check all the ingredients etc or know where all the ingredients meat etc come from so unwittingly maybe eating something they wouldnt usually buy. Each to thier own i say, so no need for the constant preaching.


Fair enough, I can understand about the preaching comment. But on the other hand, irrelevant comments like "at the end of the day and egg is a bleeding egg" is also quite provocative towards these 'preachers'. :) I personally wouldn't have commented on this thread if someone hadn't made a statement such as that, and there was no preaching prior to that comment if you look at the thread.
#22
samc
voted cold - i can get free range egss for 89p a half dozen in brixton


That works out more expensive. 15 eggs at that price would cost roughly £2.25
#23
aberfal
at the end of the day and egg is a bleeding egg


LOL. No it really really isnt. What a silly thing to say. . Eggs layed in different ways taste different and look different. And eggs layed by happy chickens most definately taste better. Just like free range chicken meat tastes way better. I suggest you pluck up an extra 20p and find out for yourself.

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