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Class A Fresh Chicken Breast Fillets 500g £2.00 @ Iceland

£2.00 @ Iceland
The Butcher's Market Class A Fresh Chicken Breast Fillets 500g £2.00 (£4 kg) @ Iceland Max 4 per customer - sdaviso2 Read More
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The Butcher's Market Class A Fresh Chicken Breast Fillets 500g £2.00

(£4 kg) @ Iceland

Max 4 per customer
- sdaviso2
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52 Likes
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!

Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent
23 Likes
Strange comments,
I'm sure most people on here eat ready meals, take away Curry's etc. , or eat in restaurants, and have no idea where the Chicken they are eating comes from. So baffled why it matters now. Also the majority of the frozen chicken portions sold in our shops is also foreign yet there seems to be a mass market for that.


Edited By: goldy12 on Jan 11, 2017 11:06: .
15 Likes
MisterSkinflint
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!
Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent
Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?
Making overgeneralised derogatory comments towards people who originate from a certain place? There's a word for that...
14 Likes
The same ones whinging about the country of origin are the same ones who immediately drop their standards in the kebab house at 3am after a skinfull.
13 Likes
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!

Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent


Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?

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1 Like #1
Good price. Is it British chicken?
2 Likes #2
markandbridget
Good price. Is it British chicken?
Nope, its packed in Poland so will be chicken from the EU.
1 Like #3
ndksamb
markandbridget
Good price. Is it British chicken?
Nope, its packed in Poland so will be chicken from the EU.
Oh okay, thanks for that. Would have preferred British but I might get a pack.
#4
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!
52 Likes #5
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!

Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent
1 Like #6
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!


Not the greateat chicken ive ever had but chicken nonetheless
#7
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!
Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent

:|X)
13 Likes #8
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!

Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent


Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?
2 Likes #9
i usethe fresh chicken from iceland regardless off country and is fresh , and plump better than some of the supermarkets and this is a good price as it works out £4 a kilo
#10
Does it taste different to British chicken then as it's from Poland?
1 Like #11
I'm unsure why British supermarket chicken would be used as a benchmark unless this place is full of Farage/Robinson cronies.

Sadly it's just supermarket chicken and therefore I vote cold although as a bargain, I guess this hot. Quandary
1 Like #12
this deal seems to have ruffled a few feathers
5 Likes #13
Not British? No thanks!
7 Likes #14
markandbridget
Good price. Is it British chicken?
Why? Are you taking it for a date? X)
1 Like #15
dereklogan7
markandbridget
Good price. Is it British chicken?
Why? Are you taking it for a date? X)


Hahaha
15 Likes #16
MisterSkinflint
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!
Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent
Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?
Making overgeneralised derogatory comments towards people who originate from a certain place? There's a word for that...
2 Likes #17
thecresta
MisterSkinflint
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!
Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent
Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?
Making overgeneralised derogatory comments towards people who originate from a certain place? There's a word for that...


Populism.
23 Likes #18
Strange comments,
I'm sure most people on here eat ready meals, take away Curry's etc. , or eat in restaurants, and have no idea where the Chicken they are eating comes from. So baffled why it matters now. Also the majority of the frozen chicken portions sold in our shops is also foreign yet there seems to be a mass market for that.


Edited By: goldy12 on Jan 11, 2017 11:06: .
#19
thecresta
MisterSkinflint
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!
Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent
Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?
Making overgeneralised derogatory comments towards people who originate from a certain place? There's a word for that...
.... Patriotism!
People asking what is it like. I bought three packs last time it was on offer and whichever way I cooked it it ended up tough.and hard to chew
I asked my mother who keeps and kills her own chickens. She said it was most likely an old cock or retired layer rather than a chicken reared for meat


Edited By: nougat on Jan 11, 2017 09:23
6 Likes #20
thecresta
sJohnson23
thecresta
MisterSkinflint
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!
Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent
Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?
Making overgeneralised derogatory comments towards people who originate from a certain place? There's a word for that...
Populism.
"Populism is a political style of action that mobilizes a large alienated element of population against a government seen as controlled by an out-of-touch closed elite that acts on behalf of its own interests."
Please elaborate?


Racism has had a rebrand.
14 Likes #21
The same ones whinging about the country of origin are the same ones who immediately drop their standards in the kebab house at 3am after a skinfull.
1 Like #22
nougat
thecresta
MisterSkinflint
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!
Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent
Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?
Making overgeneralised derogatory comments towards people who originate from a certain place? There's a word for that...
.... Patriotism!
You honestly believe that is patriotism?
4 Likes #23
I care about country of origin due to welfare standards. Also other countries use far more growth hormones etc. A lot of iceland food comes ready packaged straight from Asia. I worked in import control at Southampton docks!
1 Like #24
thecresta
MisterSkinflint
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!
Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent
Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?
Making overgeneralised derogatory comments towards people who originate from a certain place? There's a word for that...


The norm?
7 Likes #25
thecresta
hamster_2500
I care about country of origin due to welfare standards. Also other countries use far more growth hormones etc. A lot of iceland food comes ready packaged straight from Asia. I worked in import control at Southampton docks!
I wholeheartedly agree.
Unfortunately we are now reliant on these cheap imported goods from disreputable sources.
But if we reverted back to ethical sources the price of goods and food would increase astronomically.
People may complain, but nobody is prepared to be out-of-pocket in order to boycott these sources for the welfare of others and higher quality produce.http://www.the2020group.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/change.jpg

This is a deals site not a moralising one. The only questions you should be asking of this deal are, is it good quality and is it a good price, all else is irrelevant.
3 Likes #26
nougat
thecresta
nougat
thecresta
MisterSkinflint
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!
Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent
Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?
Making overgeneralised derogatory comments towards people who originate from a certain place? There's a word for that...
.... Patriotism!
You honestly believe that is patriotism?
I'm a patriot and make derogatory comments about immigrants along with the other 52%of the British population
No they don't. Don't make the mistake of thinking the majority of the country shares your view.
2 Likes #27
UncleWilly
thecresta
hamster_2500
I care about country of origin due to welfare standards. Also other countries use far more growth hormones etc. A lot of iceland food comes ready packaged straight from Asia. I worked in import control at Southampton docks!
I wholeheartedly agree.
Unfortunately we are now reliant on these cheap imported goods from disreputable sources.
But if we reverted back to ethical sources the price of goods and food would increase astronomically.
People may complain, but nobody is prepared to be out-of-pocket in order to boycott these sources for the welfare of others and higher quality produce.http://www.the2020group.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/change.jpg
This is a deals site not a moralising one. The only questions you should be asking of this deal are, is it good quality and is it a good price, all else is irrelevant.
Would be a fairly boring site if that was the case.
But yes, feel free to disregard your morals for the sake of a good deal.
6 Likes #28
I thought all iceland food came from iceland
1 Like #29
UncleWilly
thecresta
hamster_2500
I care about country of origin due to welfare standards. Also other countries use far more growth hormones etc. A lot of iceland food comes ready packaged straight from Asia. I worked in import control at Southampton docks!
I wholeheartedly agree.
Unfortunately we are now reliant on these cheap imported goods from disreputable sources.
But if we reverted back to ethical sources the price of goods and food would increase astronomically.
People may complain, but nobody is prepared to be out-of-pocket in order to boycott these sources for the welfare of others and higher quality produce.http://www.the2020group.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/change.jpg
This is a deals site not a moralising one. The only questions you should be asking of this deal are, is it good quality and is it a good price, all else is irrelevant.
Sorry. I shouldn't have fell for the bait in post#16 the cresta. I deleted my comments
#30
nougat
UncleWilly
thecresta
hamster_2500
I care about country of origin due to welfare standards. Also other countries use far more growth hormones etc. A lot of iceland food comes ready packaged straight from Asia. I worked in import control at Southampton docks!
I wholeheartedly agree.
Unfortunately we are now reliant on these cheap imported goods from disreputable sources.
But if we reverted back to ethical sources the price of goods and food would increase astronomically.
People may complain, but nobody is prepared to be out-of-pocket in order to boycott these sources for the welfare of others and higher quality produce.http://www.the2020group.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/change.jpg
This is a deals site not a moralising one. The only questions you should be asking of this deal are, is it good quality and is it a good price, all else is irrelevant.
Sorry. I shouldn't have fell for the bait in post#16 the cresta. I deleted my comments
Good idea.
2 Likes #31
goldy12
Strange comments,
I'm sure most people on here eat ready meals, take away Curry's etc. , or eat restaurants, and have no idea where the Chicken they are eating comes from, so bit baffled why it matters now. Also the majority of the frozen chicken portions sold in our shops is also foreign yet there seems to be a mass market for that.


100% agree.Even the so called British chicken is from Poland and Holland. It's how they word it on the packaging.
10 Likes #32
MisterSkinflint
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!
Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent
Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?
No it has as many chicks as possible as young as possible so it can get free housing and state handouts without having to work, then looks down on chickens from other countries and blames them for all of its problems.
2 Likes #33
MisterSkinflint
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!

Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent


Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?


Well... just wonder what you claim judging after level of your comment!
#34
'Packed in Poland' seems a bit vague - why don't they put where they're from?
1 Like #35
Mother clucking good deal, eggcellent price at £4 a kilo. Think I will spread my wings today and and fly to my local as this has made me a very chirpy old cock!
#36
polypolina
MisterSkinflint
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!

Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent


Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?


Well... just wonder what you claim judging after level of your comment!


You wonder then. If it helps....
#37
chegwin
I thought all iceland food came from iceland
I believe the Icelandic government would dispute this
2 Likes #38
We buy the 2kg packs of this and very little water infact we bought a couple packs from our local butcher and had plenty of water come from his chickens
1 Like #39
nougat
thecresta
MisterSkinflint
quasijock
lisaAylesbury
Anyone recommend/not this? Not tried before. Tempted but suspicious..........!!
Its chicken but works very hard and has an accent
Does it claim tax credits for 6 little chicks back home in Warsaw?
Making overgeneralised derogatory comments towards people who originate from a certain place? There's a word for that...
.... Patriotism!
People asking what is it like. I bought three packs last time it was on offer and whichever way I cooked it it ended up tough.and hard to chew
I asked my mother who keeps and kills her own chickens. She said it was most likely an old cock or retired layer rather than a chicken reared for meat

Now I've got this image of your Mother, old cocks and retired brick layers. Urghh
.
#40
Time to stock up the freezer whoop whoop. Thanx for sharing Op. sizzling hot

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