Chicken thighs & drumsticks 720 grams - 2 packs for £3 - Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Great price in the climate of rising prices for everything. Ideal for a BBQ or put them in the freezer for winter stews :)
Also 400 grams Cathedral City lighter cheese - 2 for £3.97
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#1
I will go to my Tescos tonight and I will put a pack in my freezer as requested. Its a good offer.
How much is the weight of the cheese. Ive recently bought 400g of normal Cathedral City from Somerfield for £2 per packet.

Heat added tho :) xx
#2
TamaraKnight
I will go to my Tescos tonight and I will put a pack in my freezer as requested. Its a good offer.
How much is the weight of the cheese. Ive recently bought 400g of normal Cathedral City from Somerfield for £2 per packet. Heat added tho :) xx


http://dreammail.edgesuite.net/EMEA/Tesco/2008/AW/wk27/images/wk27Fi_c.jpg :thumbsup:
#3
Chicken stew? :shock:
#4
Voted cold, because the low prices Tescos are paying for these chickens (as little as 5p a chicken) is putting farmers under pressure financially meaning worse quality of life for the chickens. Don't buy these.
#5
Voted red hot.
#6
Mmmm, intensively farmed chickeny goodness. No thanks.
#7
Its been this price for ages. I think these are on a permanent bogof.
#8
This type of low-cost meat is dreadful for the animals and your insides. COLD.
#9
Darthchaffinch;2832931
This type of low-cost meat is dreadful for the animals and your insides. COLD.

Does that mean I can have your serving then:whistling:
banned#10
Stubeauty;2832728
Voted cold, because the low prices Tescos are paying for these chickens (as little as 5p a chicken) is putting farmers under pressure financially meaning worse quality of life for the chickens. Don't buy these.

its actually 1p per chicken to the farmers. Nice profit margin. Hot for price but I wouldnt touch these having seen how the chickens in battery farms live not to mention the amount of chemicals / hormones they are fed in their short lives.
#11
csiman;2833047
its actually 1p per chicken to the farmers. Nice profit margin. Hot for price but I wouldnt touch these having seen how the chickens in battery farms live not to mention the amount of chemicals / hormones they are fed in their short lives.

how would it be possible for farmers to sell a chicken at 1p?
not saying your lying but dont see how they could possibly make it pay
banned#12
phil001;2833099
how would it be possible for farmers to sell a chicken at 1p?
not saying your lying but dont see how they could possibly make it pay

because they have 100,000+ in each barn and replenish them every 6 weeks. They just get fed growth hormones and cannot move at all (25 per square metre).

I try to buy free range chicken but can be expensive. I would never dream of eating anything but free range eggs as the price difference isnt so great and they really do taste so much better.

As for chicken mcnuggets.......................they are just made from ground down carcasses and skin :w00t:

Chicken ready meals are mainly poor standard too as imported chicken meat is imported from Brazil & Thailand where there are no standards whatsoever.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/food_matters/chicken.shtml#bargain_birds?
#13
phil001
how would it be possible for farmers to sell a chicken at 1p?
not saying your lying but dont see how they could possibly make it pay


HFW reckons intensively farmed chickens can sell for a profit to the producer of little as 3p a bird. I can't see how they SELL for 1p.
#14
bodderz;2833220
HFW reckons intensively farmed chickens can sell for a profit to the producer of little as 3p a bird.

Any links to where I can buy chickens wholesale? Now if someone posted that as a deal that would be hot!!!
banned#15
harlzter;2833293
Any links to where I can buy chickens wholesale? Now if someone posted that as a deal that would be hot!!!

Just go to your local battery farm. They often sell direct to the public for a bulk purchase.
#16
Voted hot!
#17
csiman;2833308
Just go to your local battery farm. They often sell direct to the public for a bulk purchase.

Cool just gotta build me a CO2 chamber to euthanase them in first!
#18
Debate about intensive farming aside this is a good price, I've just paid £4 for the same items in Asda with no clubcard points. Voted hot!
#19
A lot of posters here are missing a point. These chickens are surplus to the farmer's requirements.

They are purely egg producers and the farmer mainly wants to get them out of his sheds and a new lot in as quickly as possible. ANY money he receives for these worthless (to him) birds is a bonus.

Speaking from a food perspective, I would say these would make a great soup when boiled up with some hearty vegetables.
#20
Love chicken especially Free-Range Organic Corn Feed but quite expensive. :p
#21
harlzter
Cool just gotta build me a CO2 chamber to euthanase them in first!


Just put 'em in your garage with the car engine running.

JOKING!!!!! :p
#22
http://www.chickenout.tv/
Decide for yourself whether you want to feed your family battery farmed chicken :thumbsup:
http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:VCH2cbMJPSIteM:http://icons.iconarchive.com/icons/flameia/aqua-smiles/feel-sick-icon.jpg
#23
dink;2833760
Just put 'em in your garage with the car engine running.

JOKING!!!!! :p


1) I dont have a garage
2) I dont have a car either:whistling:
#24
Before you buy these...read this from the Chicken out website.......

"Poultry scientists have bred chickens which grow fast. As they grow, their living space – smaller than an A4 piece of paper for each bird – gets more and more cramped as they near the end of their short lives. With around 17 birds packed into each square metre they have barely enough space to walk, preen themselves, stretch their wings or even turn around.

Such cramped conditions and rapid growth cause severe welfare problems. Chronic lameness is common – one third of chickens have difficulty walking without pain. The stress on their hearts and lungs can cause heart failure. About 5% die or have to be culled prematurely.

A typical chicken shed holds 40,000 birds…

They never set foot outside or see natural light…

They feed around the clock - with as little as one hour of darkness for every 24 hour period.

It’s not nice – but it’s certainly cheap.

And THAT is how Tesco can afford to offer you two whole birds for a fiver…

Or how Asda can sell a whole fresh British chicken for £2."
#25
Please supply an unbiased source, Stubeauty.

Some free range conditions are worse than batteries.
#26
dink
A lot of posters here are missing a point. These chickens are surplus to the farmer's requirements.


Hmm...no offence, but you really don't have a clue, do you?

Voting cold for the many reasons already posted on here.
banned#27
UEF;2834040
Please supply an unbiased source, Stubeauty.

Stubeauty's facts are spot on. See my BBC link further up.
UEF;2834040
Some free range conditions are worse than batteries.

Please supply an unbiased source as I cant believe that for a second.
#28
UEF
Please supply an unbiased source, Stubeauty.

Some free range conditions are worse than batteries.


Out of interest, what colour is the sky on your planet ?
banned#29
bwarb;2834276
Out of interest, what colour is the sky on your planet ?

LOL :thumbsup:
#30
Stubeauty
Before you buy these...read this from the Chicken out website.......

"Poultry scientists have bred chickens which grow fast. As they grow, their living space – smaller than an A4 piece of paper for each bird – gets more and more cramped as they near the end of their short lives...etc etc"


Why do they need all these things ??? :? After their '(short) lives' they are hung up by the feet, electric stunned, have their throats cut, are bled then mechanically plucked, evicerated, packed sold and finally EATEN by us. :thumbsup:

ALL chickens end up this way Free range or not. Eat or not your choice :thinking: . Do you feel sorry for the pork chops or beef steaks in Tesco too ??? :whistling:
banned#31
big-boy;2834365
Why do they need all these things ??? :? After their '(short) lives' they are hung up by the feet, electric stunned, have their throats cut, are bled then mechanically plucked, evicerated, packed sold and finally EATEN by us. :thumbsup:

ALL chickens end up this way Free range or not. Eat or not your choice :thinking: . Do you feel sorry for the pork chops or beef steaks in Tesco too ??? :whistling:

after being stunned then thats the last they know of it. They know a hell of a lot more of whats going on when they're alive mate!
#32
UEF
Please supply an unbiased source, Stubeauty.

Some free range conditions are worse than batteries.


I wish it were biased. Sadly, I have seen it's true.
#33
big-boy
Do you feel sorry for the pork chops or beef steaks in Tesco too ??? :whistling:


How many Cow or Pig battery farms do you know of? Ignorance is bliss!
#34
siren13577
Debate about intensive farming aside this is a good price, I've just paid £4 for the same items in Asda with no clubcard points. Voted hot!


Oh what a great point! The T-shirt I'm wearing was made by an 8yo working in a factory in Asia. They might work for more than 12 hours a day and, if they're lucky, will only get lashed 10 times. Good times.

That ASIDE, it cost £0.50!! What a bargain!! Who wants one? or three? Eh? Eh? :shock:

Honestly...
#35
People moan about the price of stuff going up, and then when they make it cheaper, people STILL moan, get rid off all these battery hens, and triple the price of all chicken products. Is that what you want?
banned#36
peodude;2835384
People moan about the price of stuff going up, and then when they make it cheaper, people STILL moan, get rid off all these battery hens, and triple the price of all chicken products. Is that what you want?

I dont think people were moaning about the price. I certainly wasn't and did not vote hot or cold.

I was just trying to raise awareness of animal suffering. That's no bad thing in my book :thumbsup:
#37
peodude
People moan about the price of stuff going up, and then when they make it cheaper, people STILL moan, get rid off all these battery hens, and triple the price of all chicken products. Is that what you want?


You all act as if we need chicken, it's hardly a necessary or healthy option any more.

The fat content of intensively farmed chickens is quite awsome due to the way they are "grown", they typically consist of well over 20% fat which is quite frightening. Intensively farmed chichen is no longer a healthy option .....

From the Sunday Times April 3rd 2005:
"The study by the Institute of Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition at London Metropolitan University compared samples of chicken analysed over the past 35 years. They found that a chicken contained 8.6 grams of fat per 100 grams in 1970, compared with 22.8 grams in a supermarket bird in 2004. Over the same period, the amount of protein fell by more than 30% from 24.3 grams per 100 grams to 16.5. For the first time since records began in 1870, a typical chicken now has more fat than protein"

Full article:
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article376661.ece
banned#38
bwarb;2838321
You all act as if we need chicken, it's hardly a necessary or healthy option any more.

The fat content of intensively farmed chickens is quite awsome due to the way they are "grown", they typically consist of well over 20% fat which is quite frightening. Intensively farmed chichen is no longer a healthy option .....

From the Sunday Times April 3rd 2005:
"The study by the Institute of Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition at London Metropolitan University compared samples of chicken analysed over the past 35 years. They found that a chicken contained 8.6 grams of fat per 100 grams in 1970, compared with 22.8 grams in a supermarket bird in 2004. Over the same period, the amount of protein fell by more than 30% from 24.3 grams per 100 grams to 16.5. For the first time since records began in 1870, a typical chicken now has more fat than protein"

Full article:
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article376661.ece

That is quite scary.

So most chickens (95%) are actually mutated.

I'll pay the little extra for corn fed organic thanks.

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