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500g chicken fillets 99p in farmfoods

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500g chicken fillets for 99p in Farmfoods
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1 Like #1
great deal . fill your boots if any left ....:{
2 Likes #2
worst chicken ever full of water and and all slimey try muscle food alot better
#3
Wild goose chase!
2 Likes #4
The chicken farmer makes the chickens smoke. They're so full of chemicals that they grow to 6ft. Aha.

Edited By: brid30 on Oct 25, 2016 19:20
2 Likes #5
suzannelea
worst chicken ever full of water and and all slimey try muscle food alot better


Agree, can you order me 10 packs of the muscle food and I'll transfer £9.90
Thanks muchly
#6
**** quality meats from farm foods I'd rather pay the extra from my local butchers
#7
99p? Image shows 3 for £10, link just goes to their website? :{
Doubt anyone will find chicken at this price unless it's store specific and a one off.
#8
snoopy88
**** quality meats from farm foods I'd rather pay the extra from my local butchers
so what are you doing on this website then
#9
steevieboy4u
99p? Image shows 3 for £10, link just goes to their website? :{
Doubt anyone will find chicken at this price unless it's store specific and a one off.


Definitely 500g 99p, advert in local papers this week with vouchers :)
#10
Treboeth
steevieboy4u
99p? Image shows 3 for £10, link just goes to their website? :{
Doubt anyone will find chicken at this price unless it's store specific and a one off.


Definitely 500g 99p, advert in local papers this week with vouchers :)


what papers are the vouchers in please?
1 Like #11
This is 'machine separated meat', so called goo. Take a look at this link which explains the process:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanically_separated_meat


They are not fresh prime breast fillets. The nutritional information confirms this. Normal chicken breast has protein value in the region 30g per 100g, not 10g. Also fat is very high in keeping with reformed chicken.

Cold from me I'm afraid. Sorry.

I'll get my coat...
5 Likes #12
firstofficer
This is 'machine separated meat', so called goo. Take a look at this link which explains the process:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanically_separated_meat
They are not fresh prime breast fillets. The nutritional information confirms this. Normal chicken breast has protein value in the region 30g per 100g, not 10g. Also fat is very high in keeping with reformed chicken.
Cold from me I'm afraid. Sorry.
I'll get my coat...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fresh-premium-hot-dogs-less-than-half-price-0-50-tesco-2533432
you post a deal for hot dogs and then critique some one else`s deal for chicken breast X)X)X)
#13
Treboeth
firstofficer
This is 'machine separated meat', so called goo. Take a look at this link which explains the process:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanically_separated_meat
They are not fresh prime breast fillets. The nutritional information confirms this. Normal chicken breast has protein value in the region 30g per 100g, not 10g. Also fat is very high in keeping with reformed chicken.
Cold from me I'm afraid. Sorry.
I'll get my coat...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fresh-premium-hot-dogs-less-than-half-price-0-50-tesco-2533432
you post a deal for hot dogs and then critique some one else`s deal for chicken breast X)X)X)

Let's put this into context Mr Trebs..

Everyone knows that sausage meat isn't exactly made from the best meat available in town - that's common knowledge.. They never claimed to be 100% pure pork..

But when things are advertised as pure chicken breast (as in this case), they should mean just that.

Unfortunately, taking a look at the MSM process has made me feel physically sick..seems like even dog food doesn't go through this process any more..

Just on a side note these are actually

3 for £10 as seen on the pic, NOT 99p!!

Many thanks for your input anyway.

Kind regards,

I'll get my coat...


Edited By: firstofficer on Oct 26, 2016 09:15
#14
good price for anyone who buys this sort of chicken, but not for me though no added water or salt.
1 Like #15
firstofficer
Treboeth
firstofficer
This is 'machine separated meat', so called goo. Take a look at this link which explains the process:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanically_separated_meat
They are not fresh prime breast fillets. The nutritional information confirms this. Normal chicken breast has protein value in the region 30g per 100g, not 10g. Also fat is very high in keeping with reformed chicken.
Cold from me I'm afraid. Sorry.
I'll get my coat...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fresh-premium-hot-dogs-less-than-half-price-0-50-tesco-2533432
you post a deal for hot dogs and then critique some one else`s deal for chicken breast X)X)X)
Let's put this into context Mr Trebs..
Everyone knows that sausage meat isn't exactly made from the best meat available in town - that's common knowledge.. They never claimed to be 100% pure pork..
But when things are advertised as pure chicken breast (as in this case), they should mean just that.
Unfortunately, taking a look at the MSM process has made me feel physically sick..seems like even dog food doesn't go through this process any more..
Many thanks for your input anyway.
Kind regards,
I'll get my coat...
Lets put it into context then Coatboy, this is not MRM it is chicken breast go to Farmfoods or email them and ask them if it a reformed meat product.
I have bought chicken breast from Farmfoods and know it is Breast not hot dog style MRM :)
1 Like #16
firstofficer
This is 'machine separated meat', so called goo. Take a look at this link which explains the process:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanically_separated_meat
They are not fresh prime breast fillets. The nutritional information confirms this. Normal chicken breast has protein value in the region 30g per 100g, not 10g. Also fat is very high in keeping with reformed chicken.
Cold from me I'm afraid. Sorry.
I'll get my coat...

Your
Fresh premium hot dogs
are
Made with fresh prime meat cuts
oO

I see you forgot your coat... again...
#17
Treboeth
firstofficer
Treboeth
firstofficer
This is 'machine separated meat', so called goo. Take a look at this link which explains the process:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanically_separated_meat
They are not fresh prime breast fillets. The nutritional information confirms this. Normal chicken breast has protein value in the region 30g per 100g, not 10g. Also fat is very high in keeping with reformed chicken.
Cold from me I'm afraid. Sorry.
I'll get my coat...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fresh-premium-hot-dogs-less-than-half-price-0-50-tesco-2533432
you post a deal for hot dogs and then critique some one else`s deal for chicken breast X)X)X)
Let's put this into context Mr Trebs..
Everyone knows that sausage meat isn't exactly made from the best meat available in town - that's common knowledge.. They never claimed to be 100% pure pork..
But when things are advertised as pure chicken breast (as in this case), they should mean just that.
Unfortunately, taking a look at the MSM process has made me feel physically sick..seems like even dog food doesn't go through this process any more..
Many thanks for your input anyway.
Kind regards,
I'll get my coat...
Lets put it into context then Coatboy, this is not MRM it is chicken breast go to Farmfoods or email them and ask them if it a reformed meat product.
I have bought chicken breast from Farmfoods and know it is Breast not hot dog style MRM :)

I respect your opinion. For me, I won't be going anywhere near this 'chicken'..

Any comments on the price? Seems 3 for £10, not 99p..

Kind regards
#18
GazmoX
firstofficer
This is 'machine separated meat', so called goo. Take a look at this link which explains the process:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanically_separated_meat
They are not fresh prime breast fillets. The nutritional information confirms this. Normal chicken breast has protein value in the region 30g per 100g, not 10g. Also fat is very high in keeping with reformed chicken.
Cold from me I'm afraid. Sorry.
I'll get my coat...
Your
Fresh premium hot dogs
are
Made with fresh prime meat cuts
oO
I see you forgot your coat... again...

Fresh prime meat cuts means just that.. It doesn't say 100% meat, because it isn't. It just means that the mean quantity, however small, that's used in the product is from prime cuts..

I hope that clarifies matters for you and Mr Trebs..

Many thanks.

Edited By: firstofficer on Oct 26, 2016 09:26
#19
Firstofficer read comment no 9 it is 99p for 500g as advertised in my local evening paper and instore,

80% chicken with added salt and water, if you don`t like it don`t buy it simple, some of us appreciate a product for what it is, others should stick to glib comments :)
#20
mmachine
snoopy88
**** quality meats from farm foods I'd rather pay the extra from my local butchers
so what are you doing on this website then


oh sorry I wasn't aware they only sell chicken breast from farm foods on here.... I'll just delete my account now
#21
snoopy88
mmachine
snoopy88
**** quality meats from farm foods I'd rather pay the extra from my local butchers
so what are you doing on this website then
oh sorry I wasn't aware they only sell chicken breast from farm foods on here.... I'll just delete my account now

Rather drastic but if thats what you want, then please go ahead..

Wishing you all the best for your future career..

I'll get my coat..
#22
Treboeth
Firstofficer read comment no 9 it is 99p for 500g as advertised in my local evening paper and instore,

80% chicken with added salt and water, if you don`t like it don`t buy it simple, some of us appreciate a product for what it is, others should stick to glib comments :)

I rest my case.. I needn't say any more..

80% 'chicken'... Hmmm.. Sounds really 'pure' to me..

Like KFC, these guys should not be allowed to label it chicken.. IMHO

Anyway, I'll get my coat..
#23
Ah who gives a crap about the quality, I genuinely ate 200g of farmfoods chicken almost everyday for around 18 months (with rice and usually marinade, and obviously plenty of other varied foods throughout the day), lost 110lbs and never felt better, this crap hasn't killed me yet. I can happily watch the infamous video of the pink chicken nugget goop whilst eat delicious chicken nuggets and not care. They're not filling this stuff with lead and uranium, it's basically reclaimed scrap smushed together. Sure, it doesn't sound appetising put like that, but it tastes good, and works well as simple chicken fillets or in curries or whatever you wanna do with them. If this is the best you can do for chicken rather than paying £14/kg (made up number to over emphasise my point) from your local farmers market, then it ain't too bad. If you're worried about this chicken, then god forbid you ever have to eat something you didn't grow yourself in your own pure, organic garden.
#24
firstofficer
snoopy88
mmachine
snoopy88
**** quality meats from farm foods I'd rather pay the extra from my local butchers
so what are you doing on this website then
oh sorry I wasn't aware they only sell chicken breast from farm foods on here.... I'll just delete my account now

Rather drastic but if thats what you want, then please go ahead..

Wishing you all the best for your future career..

I'll get my coat..


don't know why you even jumped on my comment either but don't forget your coat :p
1 Like #25
I've bought frozen chicken breasts from many supermarkets including farmfoods and they all taste the same and seem to share the same ingredients list. Are people complaining because they don't match the quality of fresh chicken or is it because they feel the farmfoods product is inferior somehow to the equivalent at Asda, Tesco, Lidl, Iceland frozen versions etc? They certainly appear to be chicken breasts in all cases with perhaps a bit extra water and salt added. Freezing stops bacteria dead and as meat goes Chicken is very healthy, can't see the problem.
#26
Is it 99p WITH vouchers or 99p on offer without.
#27
ryouga
Is it 99p WITH vouchers or 99p on offer without.
99p for a single bag buy 26 (over £25) and use a £2.50 voucher (other items are available :) )
banned#28
nice find op
#29
just got a load of these in dover, plenty left as well :{
#30
firstofficer
Treboeth
Firstofficer read comment no 9 it is 99p for 500g as advertised in my local evening paper and instore,

80% chicken with added salt and water, if you don`t like it don`t buy it simple, some of us appreciate a product for what it is, others should stick to glib comments :)

I rest my case.. I needn't say any more..

80% 'chicken'... Hmmm.. Sounds really 'pure' to me..

Like KFC, these guys should not be allowed to label it chicken.. IMHO

Anyway, I'll get my coat..


did you find your coat? why even take it off?

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