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Morrisons in Leominster are selling their own free range eggs in boxes of 4 priced at 50p a box, so if you buy 3 boxes, a dozen, rather than the 12 egg box which is priced at £2.48 you are saving yourself 98p. As they say every little helps.

FREE RANGE.
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2 Likes #1
Worth adding "free range" to the title. There are two reasons to buy free range:

1. They taste better
and
2. Animal welfare standards are higher

The order you prioritise those two points is entirely up to you :-)
1 Like #2
Also bigsty they are usually fresher .
Supermarket normal eggs tend to be old even before they get there.
I have a stomach ulser and when i eat normal eggs i throw up but not with free range from the farm near us.
Anyone explain that?
Pete
1 Like #3
Totally agree with Bigsky. Particularly on the animal welfare point...
#4
Using the Tesco slogan for a Morrisons deal... ;)

I like it.

Morrisons in Leominster are selling their own free range eggs in boxes of 4 priced at 50p a box, so if you buy 3 boxes, a dozen, rather than the 12 egg box which is priced at £2.48 you are saving yourself 98p. As they say every little helps.


Edit: Forgot to mention, Heat added (:

Edited By: Gamekidgeorge on Aug 06, 2010 14:24: Heat added
#5
Is this nationwide, does anyone know? Bit of a long way to go otherwise...
#6
Home Bargains now do free range eggs at a quid for a half dozen. They are large ones too.

EDIT: oops! Read £2.47 as price

What size are these ones?

Edited By: piginabox on Aug 06, 2010 14:42: a
#7
I saw this in Bolton store, can't confirm if nationwide though...
1 Like #8
cracking deal for free range,
its going to get hot - might even eggsplode
#9
peterdarlison
Also bigsty they are usually fresher .
Supermarket normal eggs tend to be old even before they get there.
I have a stomach ulser and when i eat normal eggs i throw up but not with free range from the farm near us.
Anyone explain that?
Pete

Psychosomatic?
#10
Eggsactly what I was going to say :)
THE GAFFER
cracking deal for free range, its going to get hot - might even eggsplode
#11
eggzelant value
#12
'animal welfare'
when animal are fed to be eaten, what's the difference between a 'good life' and a bad life'? the difference is the price tag on the shelf edge.
#13
got to be yoking, couldnt help myself lol
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some1l8
'animal welfare'
when animal are fed to be eaten, what's the difference between a 'good life' and a bad life'? the difference is the price tag on the shelf edge.


Idiot.

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