Bernard Matthews turkey ham 340g £2 BOGOF @ Morrisons - HotUKDeals
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Morrison's are doing buy-one get one free on Bernard Matthews turkey ham(340g), works out to £1 a pack.
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#1
Boootiful:) hot
#2
Cheap, in every sense of the word.
Good value, but good value rubbish unfortunately.
#3
Very good price, but strange tasting stuff.
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#4
yuck, doubt my cat would even eat it!
#5
lostscot
yuck, doubt my cat would even eat it!

A cat eats out of the bin, but yes turkey ham is a bit rank
banned#6
wet cardboard

might be tastier to slice up bernard himself
#7
Thanks for posting but I would not eat this if I was paid to, doesnt look like anything resembling meat and doesnt taste of anything resembling human food.
#8
This stuff is absolutely disgusting. I wouldn't eat it if you paid me
#9
Lied about bring bird flu infected birds in from eastern Europe into Britain then got tax payers money to destroyed the birds and tax payer money as compensation?
Not a company I want to buy from... cold,
#10
wolvesinwales
Thanks for posting but I would not eat this if I was paid to, doesnt look like anything resembling meat and doesnt taste of anything resembling human food.


+1
#11
I wouldn't buy anything with that fat liar's name on it..........not only that, but his animals are treated VERY badly! Plus, this stuff tastes like something you'd scrape off your shoe and the meat content is probably 0%
#12
wow the comments, is there documentary on Bernard Matthews I missed? what do you guys put in your sandwiches?

edit: ok jst read about it, but I dont get it their packaging and website says they use british turkeys? hmm, well again what do I put in my sandwiches now, sainsburys own brand?

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