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18 free range British eggs 18 for £2.00 at ASDA

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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Not sure whether this one is available online, but it was available instore yesterday, and a couple of weeks ago too. Could well be a semi-permanent special offer.

Just about the cheapest free range eggs available, I reckon. Even beats our local farm by some margin.
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#1
top deal. sainsbury are doing 6 eggs for more or less this price. hooootttttttt
#3
hi people no offense but im a butcher and we sell the best eggs u can get 12for 99p so 24 1.98
#4
aaronliggins
hi people no offense but im a butcher and we sell the best eggs u can get 12for 99p so 24 1.98


free range?
#5
aaronliggins
hi people no offense but im a butcher and we sell the best eggs u can get 12for 99p so 24 1.98


Why would that be offensive? :?
#6
monkeybrains
free range?


Heh i don't think so...it's normal advertising these days that everything is Best and Best Ever. To me it just means it's one step up from the Smart Price / Basic sh*t.

I voted this deal hot, got some myself. However interestingly enough on the box they only claim that the hens are free to roam outside...but they don't say anything about the feed. So they might be in a concrete yard eating the usal GM modified hormone packed feed.

But hey, the hens are still "free to roam"!!! :w00t:
#7
hi all i didnt want people thinking im being cocky etc . there not free range but barn kept in my eyes better people seem to think free range is better. my copmany has private farmers; how they explain it on tv at times is stupid publicity stunts. cut the **** lol our barn birds are kept separate in cages n looked after where as is a free range they run around to gether and if bird is ill the rest catch it .
#8
mystik
Heh i don't think so...it's normal advertising these days that everything is Best and Best Ever. To me it just means it's one step up from the Smart Price / Basic sh*t.

I voted this deal hot, got some myself. However interestingly enough on the box they only claim that the hens are free to roam outside...but they don't say anything about the feed. So they might be in a concrete yard eating the usal GM modified hormone packed feed.

But hey, the hens are still "free to roam"!!! :w00t:


your right it is an area of concern. the hens might be getting fed on drugs which make them lay tons of more eggs and all sorts.

suppose the best way to go is organic eggs. if you can afford them every week or so
#9
aaronliggins
hi all i didnt want people thinking im being cocky etc . there not free range but barn kept in my eyes better people seem to think free range is better. my copmany has private farmers; how they explain it on tv at times is stupid publicity stunts. cut the **** lol our barn birds are kept separate in cages n looked after where as is a free range they run around to gether and if bird is ill the rest catch it .


Well in my opinion there is nothing better than a bird running about with the freedom to scratch, eat grubs etc. Hens like this will have a stronger immune system and it is more difficult for them to cach an illness (I'm not speaking about bird flu here)

But as you say free-range does not automatically equal better. It really depends on the feed they are given. And unfortunaely, very few farmers are not tempted to add hormones + antibiotics to cheap GM feeds so that they can significantly increase the number of egg output for the same capital expenditure.

These are tough times for good food! :?
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aaronliggins
hi all i didnt want people thinking im being cocky etc . there not free range but barn kept in my eyes better people seem to think free range is better. my copmany has private farmers; how they explain it on tv at times is stupid publicity stunts. cut the **** lol our barn birds are kept separate in cages n looked after where as is a free range they run around to gether and if bird is ill the rest catch it .


Poor chickens stuck in a cage, id rather buy free range.
#11
kool but hey every one diff to me really egg n egg
#12
Monkeybrains
your right it is an area of concern. the hens might be getting fed on drugs which make them lay tons of more eggs and all sorts.

suppose the best way to go is organic eggs. if you can afford them every week or so


I have to agree-that is one of my major concerns-what rubbish are they feeding them-'cause whatever it is,it's gonna end up in my system if I eat it.
I am lucky enough to be able to afford organic food at the moment-with the way prices are going though-I'll be VERY lucky to for much longer........................Don't know what I'll buy then:?
#13
your

YOU'RE!!!!!
#14
BristolDeal
Credit to pinkleponkle for posting this earlier.

I can't really take the credit

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/205108/18-free-range-eggs-instore-at-asda-/
#16
18 free range British eggs 18 for £2 at ASDA

Does that mean you get 324 eggs for £2? HOT! ;-)

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