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Birds Eye 8 Space Shapes 37p In Store at Tesco

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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
Hey there guys,

Found these in tesco the other day and thought someone might find this a bargain.

8 Birds Eye Space Shapes (Contains Chicken, Pea's & Sweetcorn) for only 37p a box

Not sure if availible online or not
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#1
#Cool
#2
my kids love these - great find :thumbsup:
#3
I thought it might of been a good way of getting kids to eat vegetables aswell :D
#4
feed the vegetables if you want them to eat them, this is just prcessed cr**!
Yeah its cheap, but carrots and peas are cheaper!
#5
sbh
feed the vegetables if you want them to eat them, this is just prcessed cr**!
Yeah its cheap, but carrots and peas are cheaper!


oh ****** off, you obviously don't have an extremely fussy child lmao
#6
Wouldn't eat this rubbish if it were free!
#7
jakenjo
oh ****** off, you obviously don't have an extremely fussy child lmao


If you starve them properly they will eat anything.:thumbsup:
#8
you dont have to starve them. Give them veg from an early age and eat veg in front of them. My kids are fussy - they dont eat sh*&!
#9
sbh
you dont have to starve them. Give them veg from an early age and eat veg in front of them. My kids are fussy - they dont eat sh*&!


Thats good, it would be quite worrying if they did eat sh**
#10
jakenjo
oh ****** off, you obviously don't have an extremely fussy child lmao


Why exactly are you laughing your a*se off?
#11
bad parents with no desire to feed their kids real food vote hot
everyone with brains vote cold

thus is the circle of hotukdeals/life
#12
Excellent deal,
Thanks,
M S M.A. (Hons)
#13
maggiore;5214814
Excellent deal,
Thanks,
M S M.A. (Hons)

Oh, sorry, didn't realise this was appropriate!

Dr. MW BEd



prat!
#14
http://www.birdseye.co.uk/fresh-frozen-food/product/chicken-and-veg-space-shapes/

nutritional info link above.

looks very nitritious to me. chicken breast, vegetables and enough non artificial stuff to make it extra tasty. Perhaps too much salt at worst.

I am sick of the food nazis telling folk that the stuf like this is c##p. Frozen veg is great for you, and chicken breast is a great protein source.

It is not like this stuff has been deep fried in beef dripping or anything else that would be crazy to let your children near. I urge anyone voting this cold to get some kind of perspective on on the dangers that kids today face. One of the dangerst sure as s##t isn't oven cooked chicken and veg nuggets
#15
captain haddock;5215415
http://www.birdseye.co.uk/fresh-frozen-food/product/chicken-and-veg-space-shapes/

nutritional info link above.

looks very nitritious to me. chicken breast, vegetables and enough non artificial stuff to make it extra tasty. Perhaps too much salt at worst.

I am sick of the food nazis telling folk that the stuf like this is c##p. Frozen veg is great for you, and chicken breast is a great protein source.

It is not like this stuff has been deep fried in beef dripping or anything else that would be crazy to let your children near. I urge anyone voting this cold to get some kind of perspective on on the dangers that kids today face. One of the dangerst sure as s##t isn't oven cooked chicken and veg nuggets


WHAT???

look at the figures, and look at the size of the things. Most kids would want 4 or more. Supposing they have 4 then from these alone they get 24% of the rec. daily fat and 20% of rec. salt. Now I'm guessing most parents who feed their sprogs this rubbish will give them a side order of chips and tomato sauce. Do you see where this is heading?

This fat filled convienience food is the very reason so many kids these days are obese and can look forward to heart disease, diabetes and early death.

And we haven't even started on the free range debate yet!

http://www.google.co.uk/images?q=tbn:SSbH6O8sC7hrWM::www.mad-cow.org/00/chicken_head.jpg
#16
woodstock
WHAT???


This fat filled convienience food is the very reason so many kids these days are obese and can look forward to heart disease, diabetes and early death.

And we haven't even started on the free range debate yet!

http://www.google.co.uk/images?q=tbn:SSbH6O8sC7hrWM::www.mad-cow.org/00/chicken_head.jpg


The problem is your argument is based on assumptions. "Ths is cold because they'l eat too much of it, with other bad food bla bla bla".

Moderation is key, overfeeding kids rubbish is obviously bad. But people may buy this to supplement healthy meals every now and again, which is perfectly fine. So as it is, the deal is hot.
#17
Cook your kids some proper food, they don't need this rubbish!!!
#18
accusedgirl
Cook your kids some proper food, they don't need this rubbish!!!


v informative post :thumbsup::whistling::roll:
#19
captain haddock
http://www.birdseye.co.uk/fresh-frozen-food/product/chicken-and-veg-space-shapes/

nutritional info link above.

looks very nitritious to me. chicken breast, vegetables and enough non artificial stuff to make it extra tasty. Perhaps too much salt at worst.

I am sick of the food nazis telling folk that the stuf like this is c##p. Frozen veg is great for you, and chicken breast is a great protein source.

It is not like this stuff has been deep fried in beef dripping or anything else that would be crazy to let your children near. I urge anyone voting this cold to get some kind of perspective on on the dangers that kids today face. One of the dangerst sure as s##t isn't oven cooked chicken and veg nuggets



That would depend on whats been pumped into the chicken breast!
#20
shareef
v informative post :thumbsup::whistling::roll:


It was about as informative as you need to be!
#21
shareef
v informative post :thumbsup::whistling::roll:


shareef
The problem is your argument is based on assumptions. "Ths is cold because they'l eat too much of it, with other bad food bla bla bla".

Moderation is key, overfeeding kids rubbish is obviously bad. But people may buy this to supplement healthy meals every now and again, which is perfectly fine. So as it is, the deal is hot.


It`s quite clear if you look at alot of people today that they don`t excercise moderation with themselves or their kids.
#22
this is hot because - cheap student meal.

i'm not one anymore, but wouldve been well chuffed if someone had posted this.
1 Like #23
The problem is your argument is based on assumptions. "Ths is cold because they'l eat too much of it, with other bad food bla bla bla".

Moderation is key, overfeeding kids rubbish is obviously bad. But people may buy this to supplement healthy meals every now and again, which is perfectly fine. So as it is, the deal is hot.

So the problem with the argument,that this is cr**,is that is based asumption? The assumption was actually an assertation from people saying that this is fed as a way to supliment a diet with something healthy. The problem is not with frozen food, peas for example need to be frozen almost immediately to retain their taste and benefits, but with artifically processed rubbish. Yes this is cheap, but the cost, in terms of health is very high (salt / fat etc)
And for that Im called a Nazi? Not quite Godwins Law, but I know I am right.
#24
sbh
So the problem with the argument,that this is cr**,is that is based asumption? The assumption was actually an assertation from people saying that this is fed as a way to supliment a diet with something healthy. The problem is not with frozen food, peas for example need to be frozen almost immediately to retain their taste and benefits, but with artifically processed rubbish. Yes this is cheap, but the cost, in terms of health is very high (salt / fat etc)
And for that Im called a Nazi? Not quite Godwins Law, but I know I am right.


If you re read the post I quoted, it was all assumption. Again I am not arguing convenience food is the way forward, but equally it is not unhealthy to supplement a healthy diet with something like this sometimes.

So its not the product itself, but the people who use it. Would you call a deal on a set of cheap knives cold because of the rise in stabbings? Of course not! Same principle.
#25
saucymonk
It`s quite clear if you look at alot of people today that they don`t excercise moderation with themselves or their kids.


Thats nothing to do with the product, but peoples attitudes, so why bring it in here?
#26
I have never said this was not cheap, and I doubt you could find it cheaper. My comment was that tat like this is seriously unhealthy. Its marketed at kids, and in my opinion such high salt & calorific content should not be. As I said, it may be cheap, but the cost is much greater.
#27
sbh
I have never said this was not cheap, and I doubt you could find it cheaper. My comment was that tat like this is seriously unhealthy. Its marketed at kids, and in my opinion such high salt & calorific content should not be. As I said, it may be cheap, but the cost is much greater.


Seriously, how are you not getting the point? My point is that it is NOT unhealthy to eat this now and again, whereas you seem to just be assuming its going to be consumed every day and the whole packet in one go. :roll:
#28
Good price, but they do taste a bit bland.
Given it some heat nevertheless.
#29
OMG whats wrong with some people on here!? Making parents feel bad if they feed them these. 24% aint that bad if its part of a balanced diet, if you had these with peas or carrots and chips it would be fine. I think its wrong to feed kids fast food and junk food all the time, but I also think its wrong to feed them nothing but uber healthy stuff. How boring would it be if they never had a happy meal once in a while or never had chicken dippers or a night out at pizza hut. Never had ice cream for pud etc. etc. Life is too short, and far too much time to be boring when you're older.

My kids are both very active, neither are even a little overweight, infact my 6yo daughter needs fattening up a little. 37p is excellent value for a dinner filler and it does have peas and sweetcorn in it, which are fine foods frozen esp the peas - no finer way to have peas!

As for fussy eaters can be trained when they're babies, I used to agree with this. I basically used to force my daughter to eat her greens when she was a tot, and she is soo good with her veg and fruit now, she loves them all (apart from tomotoes), but since having my son (3) I have tried and tried and tried the same tactics but he just wont eat them. I have tried starving him for 2 days - I couldn't do more than that - and he still wont eat his peas or carrots he just leaves them in mouth for about and hour and wont swallow. I resort to veg soup - he'll gulp that down. So its not always the case that you can feed them greens from being babies - some kids are just fussy, so if this got some peas and sweetcorn in it and they eat it - bonus.

Most mums always try their best and we have enough mothers guilt all the time as it is. Give us a break!
#30
supalynz, my wee girl is the same, she wont eat veggies, as a baby she ate everything, I never fed her baby food, always my own cooking and she loved it - but now u ive her a carrot or a pea or anything she just spits it out. They say eating with other kids infuincing them helps, but isnt the case with veg for my wee one.

things like this deal she will probably pick out the veg bits, its so annoying but she eats lots of bread, fruit, pulses, chicken, meat etc so cant have everything.... aslong as they are happy and healthy....

Regarding the debate on the healthiness of these, this is a good deal for the price in comparrison to similar products. Theres nothing wrong giving one or two of these to kids for dinner now and them accompanied with beans or veg and some potatoes./... its so much better than buying them a take away dont u aggree???
1 Like #31
carol123
supalynz, my wee girl is the same, she wont eat veggies, as a baby she ate everything, I never fed her baby food, always my own cooking and she loved it - but now u ive her a carrot or a pea or anything she just spits it out. They say eating with other kids infuincing them helps, but isnt the case with veg for my wee one.

things like this deal she will probably pick out the veg bits, its so annoying but she eats lots of bread, fruit, pulses, chicken, meat etc so cant have everything.... aslong as they are happy and healthy....

Regarding the debate on the healthiness of these, this is a good deal for the price in comparrison to similar products. Theres nothing wrong giving one or two of these to kids for dinner now and them accompanied with beans or veg and some potatoes./... its so much better than buying them a take away dont u aggree???


Definitely, but naughty foods and take away are fine too just not more than once a week!:-D
#32
shareef
v informative post :thumbsup::whistling::roll:


I could be more informative, but I know it would be wasted on you because you obviously don't eat enough nutrients to keep your brain active!!!
#33
accusedgirl
I could be more informative, but I know it would be wasted on you because you obviously don't eat enough nutrients to keep your brain active!!!


LOL...... personal attack, which is so of the mark its unbelievably funny. I study nutrition, as I am a medical student, so my brain is v much active :thumbsup:
#34
I can't believe this post has started all this lol round 2 *ding ding* lol
#35
shareef
LOL...... personal attack, which is so of the mark its unbelievably funny. I study nutrition, as I am a medical student, so my brain is v much active :thumbsup:


The why are you promoting this kind of food? I understand the points you are making and I am not wishing to be critical of any parent on here, I've fed my own children food I'd rather not have in the past. It just annoys me that companies like Tesco subscribe to the Governments so-called healthy eating policies yet practically give away this processed garbage drawing in poorer families where a child especially needs access to healthy fresh food. The sooner people realise we should be cooking from scratch and growing our own stuff, the sooner our children will become healthier as a result, and I don't need to study nutrition to understand that.
1 Like #36
accusedgirl
The why are you promoting this kind of food? I understand the points you are making and I am not wishing to be critical of any parent on here, I've fed my own children food I'd rather not have in the past. It just annoys me that companies like Tesco subscribe to the Governments so-called healthy eating policies yet practically give away this processed garbage drawing in poorer families where a child especially needs access to healthy fresh food. The sooner people realise we should be cooking from scratch and growing our own stuff, the sooner our children will become healthier as a result, and I don't need to study nutrition to understand that.


My point is quite simple, why you lot cant latch on to it I do not know. You all seem to be thinking in extremes, eating too much of this product IS BAD. But who is to say you buy it to eat alot? That is not a reason to rubbish it, as eating it some times, in addition to a healthy meal is perfectly fine. Its a rather simple point tbh.

I agree that poorer families need access to fresh foods at cheaper prices, but this isnt a health campaign website.
#37
I believe I am correct in giving thanks to the OP for posting a good deal, regardless of whether or not I choose to buy it.
Many thanks x
#38
sbh;5216503
So the problem with the argument,that this is cr**,is that is based asumption? The assumption was actually an assertation from people saying that this is fed as a way to supliment a diet with something healthy. The problem is not with frozen food, peas for example need to be frozen almost immediately to retain their taste and benefits, but with artifically processed rubbish. Yes this is cheap, but the cost, in terms of health is very high (salt / fat etc)
And for that Im called a Nazi? Not quite Godwins Law, but I know I am right.


Good post, have some rep.:)
#39
'That's why mums shop at Iceland'

Look at Kerry, she probably eats this stuff and there's not an once of fat on her!

http://www.mrpaparazzi.com/post/609/assets/gallery/images/68efb831-b.jpg
banned#40
voted hot purely cause im a crap parent

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