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buy 2 fresh medium whole chickens @ sainsbury's for £7.00

£7.00 @ Sainsbury's
as title says really 2 whole chickens for £7. or £3.99 for 1 chicken. Read More
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as title says really 2 whole chickens for £7. or £3.99 for 1 chicken.
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#1
You can get these in Tesco for less. £6 for 2.
#2
OK - I dont really eat meat - but can it be possible to spend less than 6 or 7 quid on two chickens for their entire lives and then to deliver them to the shops?
1 Like #3
hhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmm.

i think I'd rather speed more and get something that's been looked after, well treated, tastes of chicken and isn't pumped full of water and god knows what else.
sorry but COLD!
1 Like #4
I think everyone should watch the reruns of Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall's TV programme about battery chickens before they rush out to Sainsburys and Tesco. I know that not everyone can afford free range but if that was the case I would choose not to eat chicken.
#5
loobyloo;2531970
I think everyone should watch the reruns of Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall's TV programme about battery chickens before they rush out to Sainsburys and Tesco. I know that not everyone can afford free range but if that was the case I would choose not to eat chicken.


The problem is we all like a bargain and its generally in our nature to get the cheapest/best value within reason. The big problem is big organisations thinking they can think for us. we never asked for cheapest of the cheap food, they just gaves us it and lowered standards because of it.

The other problem in this country is low wages. some companies pay so poor that the can barely stay in business if they pay more. And this country is such a state what with **** governments letting all our manufacturing collapse.

So people on low wages barely make ends meet so get the cheapest they can, so cheap chicken is a bargain for some.
#6
I'm working on a prototype which won't enhance the miserable short existence of battery hens' lives one iota...but it will mask their mistreatment to consumers - it's shinpad type device which will stop their legs getting being burnt by the acidic ground they walk on.
#7
HankMcSpank;2532172
I'm working on a prototype which won't enhance the miserable short existence of battery hens' lives one iota...but it will mask their mistreatment to consumers - it's shinpad type device which will stop their legs getting being burnt by the acidic ground they walk on.



It is sad that they are treated so badly I agree. I buy good free range chickens when I have a meal with chicken but get the cheap breast and thighs if making kebabs which are marinated as it dont taste and different to me like that.

The choice needs to be taken out of our hands really. Just rear free range and stock free range. we will pay a bit more but it will be better. Its big supermarkets forcing farmers to do it this way so if the so called men in charge banned it , it would be sorted.
#8
Boring deal of the day!!!! :whistling:
banned#9
waj1234;2532222

The choice needs to be taken out of our hands really. Just rear free range and stock free range. we will pay a bit more but it will be better. Its big supermarkets forcing farmers to do it this way so if the so called men in charge banned it , it would be sorted.


Not going to happen...
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/tesco-shareholders-reject-tv-chefs-chicken-welfare-call-855751.html

27th June 2008

Tesco shareholders today voted against a resolution from TV cook Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall which called for the retail giant to improve its chicken-rearing standards.




The star of Channel 4's River Cottage series put forward a resolution at the company's annual general meeting requesting that the supermarket upgrade its minimum conditions to the RSPCA's "Freedom Food" marque.

[COLOR=red]The resolution, which needed the approval of at least 75 per cent of shareholders to be passed, won just under 10 per cent of the vote.[/COLOR]
1 Like #10
Hot....
#11
N20Y1D;2532251
Not going to happen...
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/tesco-shareholders-reject-tv-chefs-chicken-welfare-call-855751.html

27th June 2008

Tesco shareholders today voted against a resolution from TV cook Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall which called for the retail giant to improve its chicken-rearing standards.




The star of Channel 4's River Cottage series put forward a resolution at the company's annual general meeting requesting that the supermarket upgrade its minimum conditions to the RSPCA's "Freedom Food" marque.

[COLOR=red]The resolution, which needed the approval of at least 75 per cent of shareholders to be passed, won just under 10 per cent of the vote.[/COLOR]


The greed of humans never ceases to amaze me.
#12
waj1234
The greed of humans never ceases to amaze me.


Give it time. It makes no odds anyway as new legislation comes into effect in a few years so all chickens will be 'free range'.
#13
Shengis
Give it time. It makes no odds anyway as new legislation comes into effect in a few years so all chickens will be 'free range'.


Unfortunately this is not the case. You must be thinking of the legislation pertaining to eggs, not meat. This will outlaw the keeping of battery hens - the ones that lay eggs in cages that they're never let out of. Sadly this will not affect meat production, and will not even guarantee that the laying hens will be truly free range - farmers will be able to keep them indoors in "enriched" environments. Still better than cages, though.
#14
loobyloo
I think everyone should watch the reruns of Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall's TV programme about battery chickens before they rush out to Sainsburys and Tesco. I know that not everyone can afford free range but if that was the case I would choose not to eat chicken.


Agreed.
#15
white_hart
You can get these in Tesco for less. £6 for 2.


agreed
#16
£1.99 for a large one in lidl
#17
Chia
Unfortunately this is not the case. You must be thinking of the legislation pertaining to eggs, not meat. This will outlaw the keeping of battery hens - the ones that lay eggs in cages that they're never let out of. Sadly this will not affect meat production, and will not even guarantee that the laying hens will be truly free range - farmers will be able to keep them indoors in "enriched" environments. Still better than cages, though.


Ah so we will still be seeing cheap chicken deals. Good news.
1 Like #18
I wish people wouldnt buy these cheap chickens. Cold. Cold. Cold.
#19
Must every meat thread turn into a debate on ethics? :x
#20
[QUOTE=LJM]I wish people wouldnt buy these cheap chickens.

To each its own.
#21
LJM
I wish people wouldnt buy these cheap chickens. Cold. Cold. Cold.


You’re absolutely right you should keep these cold otherwise you risk food poisoning :whistling:

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