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HALF PRICE BEEF AND PORK JOINTS @ ASDA £4.00

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Silverside and topside rump steaks are £4 a kilo at Asda until Saturday with dates until 2 January 2009. I just bought a 2kg joint for £8. They had joints avalable up to about 3.5 kg.

Pork (i think was £3 kg) not sure about this as I don't eat it but you can get a massive joint for £8.
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#1
Nothing wrong with Irish beef !!!!!! Get your facts right.
#2
stevemac1
Nothing wrong with Irish beef !!!!!! Get your facts right.


Are you sure about that?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/ireland/3690743/Irish-beef-contaminated-with-same-chemical-as-pork.html
#3


Yes, from this very article,

Maria Jennings, deputy director for the Food Standards Agency in Northern Ireland, said none of the cattle affected in Northern Ireland had made it into the food chain and the relevant herds were now under restriction.

She said: “The beef that is on sale in Northern Ireland is entirely safe, there is no problem with that meat on sale on the supermarket shelves."
#4
...you can get a massive joint for £8.


Not a bad deal... but surely not allowed!

I do like the photo you chose to illustrate this deal with. That deservers a bit of rep.
#5
Got a big bit of silverside for £15, well chuffed.
#6
stevemac1;3785125
Yes, from this very article,

Maria Jennings, deputy director for the Food Standards Agency in Northern Ireland, said none of the cattle affected in Northern Ireland had made it into the food chain and the relevant herds were now under restriction.

She said: “The beef that is on sale in Northern Ireland is entirely safe, there is no problem with that meat on sale on the supermarket shelves."


that applies to the Republic of Ireland in what way?
#7
it also says the beef sold[U][/U] in Northern Ireland is not affected in any way. Not the beef produced in Ireland. Very careful wording me thinks!
#8
I don't know what is a matter with this board at the moment!
#9
Got a big bit of silverside for £15, well chuffed.


Well I am glad I was able to help someone lol!

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