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British Pork Loin Joint 900g only £3.00 (normally £6.50) and you can freeze it!!

Crackling deal.
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#1
Just got one this evening~great deal :)
#2
me too: part of the mothers' day meal deal but worth a shout in itself methinks! :)
banned#3
http://www.morrisons.co.uk/Offers/Mothers-Day-Meal-Deal/

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#4
huggychair
me too: part of the mothers' day meal deal but worth a shout in itself methinks! :)


I agree and pork alone is a cracking deal and all I wanted:thumbsup:
#5
crackling deal!
#6
If you don't have a Morrisons near, Sainsbury's have the same price/deal but it's 800g.
#7
Reens
If you don't have a Morrisons near, Sainsbury's have the same price/deal but it's 800g.


Sainsburys ones have the crackling left on,unlike Morrisons.

Even though this is part of Morrisons £6 meal deal,you can buy items separately,you don't have to buy the complete meal deal
The seasonal veg pack had a couple of parsnips,some white spuds and some Chantenay carrots
#8
^^re above^^

The signage stated you did but i noted this time when i purchased the deal, the items went through one by one the reduced price, last time they went through at full then when you got the "pack" the discount came off.

Anyone else get the same?
#9
i went yesterdeay and just bought 3 joints nothing else as they are individually priced at £3 and thats what i paid for them ... u dont have to buy all of the deal as they are all individually price to make up to the £6 if u bought them all

going back today for a few more as they freeze great and make a great meal
#10
Misses bought the 'meal deal' yesterday so I think I will go and get some more pork on its own today. Thanks for letting me know you can get them individually.
#11
31nurseflo
i went yesterdeay and just bought 3 joints nothing else as they are individually priced at £3 and thats what i paid for them ... u dont have to buy all of the deal as they are all individually price to make up to the £6 if u bought them all

going back today for a few more as they freeze great and make a great meal


Hi,
You were lucky you could have 3. Unfortunately restricted to 2 per customer (Hartlepool) branch.
#12
Picked up 2 today. Hot. Thanks.
#13
Can't believe this isn't hotter - these are large joints of pork, a decent cut and plenty of stock; as per above we got 2 more today and each will feed 4 of us comfortably.
#14
British Pork aswell:thumbsup:
#15
Well at least Morrisons have agreed to label Pork with clearer description of its true origin!

Though I don't know if it already applies to this HUKD product (ie is it really "British meat" born/reared/slaughtered here, or was the joint simply created by processing foreign meat "in Britain")

http://www.fwi.co.uk/Articles/2010/02/23/120064/NFU-2010-Supermarkets-back-better-pork-labelling.htm

I gather the voluntary code starts in April.

MKD
#16
Thanks - just nipped to my local and got three joints. :D
#17
picked one up today
#18
mk-donald
Well at least Morrisons have agreed to label Pork with clearer description of its true origin!

Though I don't know if it already applies to this HUKD product (ie is it really "British meat" born/reared/slaughtered here, or was the joint simply created by processing foreign meat "in Britain")

http://www.fwi.co.uk/Articles/2010/02/23/120064/NFU-2010-Supermarkets-back-better-pork-labelling.htm

I gather the voluntary code starts in April.

MKD


think you'll find all meat sold at morrisons is british :)
#19
Agree, good deal, I got one of these and a chicken for a fiver! Looking forward to Sunday lunch....bad thing is I have to cook it as it's Mothers day.
#20
mk-donald
Well at least Morrisons have agreed to label Pork with clearer description of its true origin!

Though I don't know if it already applies to this HUKD product (ie is it really "British meat" born/reared/slaughtered here, or was the joint simply created by processing foreign meat "in Britain")

http://www.fwi.co.uk/Articles/2010/02/23/120064/NFU-2010-Supermarkets-back-better-pork-labelling.htm

I gather the voluntary code starts in April.

MKD


Morrisons own and operate 2 abattoirs in the UK.

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