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Sainsburys have reduced Bernard Matthews Whole Turkeys, Sainsburys Turkey Breast Rolled joints and Whole Goose

800g frozen Butter Basted Turkey Breast rolled £2.50
Frozen Bernard Matthews Small Turkey Crowns £4
Frozen Bernard Matthews Turkeys from £4 to £10 depending on size
Frozen Goose (whole) 5-6 kg £15.00

all with 6 months or more
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jocksteeluk#1
Absolute bargain
epicvibe321 3 Likes #2
Still haven't got over the awful treatment turkeys were given at one of bernard matthews farms.
Workers played baseball and football with live turkeys :(

Cold.
jocksteeluk 2 Likes #3
epicvibe321
Still haven't got over the awful treatment turkeys were given at one of bernard matthews farms.
Workers played baseball and football with live turkeys :(

Cold.


fair enough point but when you buy a pair of training shoes usually made in some sweatshop, a computer or electronic device again usually manufactured in a sweatshop in china (particularly in the case of Apple laptops and phones) do you apply the same kind of ethical thinking to those kind of deals?
No doubt that Bernard Mathews factory is under heavy scrutiny by the PETA people ensuring that what happend previously does not happen again but I doubt the same can be said for the workers in the factories being treated equally as bad making consumer products.
LongPockets#4
These turkeys are entirely innocent and shouldn't be voted down because of the misbehaviour of some other turkeys.
TheAlien#5
None of these deals in Manchester Denton, beware could be store specific!
allan1954#6
this year turkey realy exspensive compared to last year asda small turkey £12.
siqass#7
jocksteeluk
epicvibe321
Still haven't got over the awful treatment turkeys were given at one of bernard matthews farms.
Workers played baseball and football with live turkeys :(

Cold.


fair enough point but when you buy a pair of training shoes usually made in some sweatshop, a computer or electronic device again usually manufactured in a sweatshop in china (particularly in the case of Apple laptops and phones) do you apply the same kind of ethical thinking to those kind of deals?
No doubt that Bernard Mathews factory is under heavy scrutiny by the PETA people ensuring that what happend previously does not happen again but I doubt the same can be said for the workers in the factories being treated equally as bad making consumer products.

ppl please don't be naive, you think apple product manufacturing is happening in heaven? far from reality
MrPuddington#8
epicvibe321
Still haven't got over the awful treatment turkeys were given at one of bernard matthews farms.
That is sad to hear - but I don't think that buying these at clearance or not makes any difference. Complain and don't buy at full price (when there is a profit to be made), that should have more effect.



Edited By: MrPuddington on Jan 03, 2012 18:27: typo
Mentos#9
jocksteeluk
epicvibe321
Still haven't got over the awful treatment turkeys were given at one of bernard matthews farms.
Workers played baseball and football with live turkeys :(

Cold.


fair enough point but when you buy a pair of training shoes usually made in some sweatshop, a computer or electronic device again usually manufactured in a sweatshop in china (particularly in the case of Apple laptops and phones) do you apply the same kind of ethical thinking to those kind of deals?
No doubt that Bernard Mathews factory is under heavy scrutiny by the PETA people ensuring that what happend previously does not happen again but I doubt the same can be said for the workers in the factories being treated equally as bad making consumer products.


Unfortunately there isnt always as simple an alternative in every case. If there were shoes/electronics/clothes/etc sitting right next to the product I wanted to buy that stated (and I trusted the statement) the person making them or animals which provided the leather etc were more humanely treated, yes I would buy that product.

I'm no saint, I love the occaisional KFC for example and I know they have questionable practices wrt animal welfare.

But when I can get like for like products within a few feet of each other and the only sacrifice I have to make is pay more or eat a little less meat, I feel pretty **** about myself buying the turkey thats been treated like **** for what little life its had.
Mentos#10
siqass
jocksteeluk
epicvibe321
Still haven't got over the awful treatment turkeys were given at one of bernard matthews farms.
Workers played baseball and football with live turkeys :(

Cold.


fair enough point but when you buy a pair of training shoes usually made in some sweatshop, a computer or electronic device again usually manufactured in a sweatshop in china (particularly in the case of Apple laptops and phones) do you apply the same kind of ethical thinking to those kind of deals?
No doubt that Bernard Mathews factory is under heavy scrutiny by the PETA people ensuring that what happend previously does not happen again but I doubt the same can be said for the workers in the factories being treated equally as bad making consumer products.

ppl please don't be naive, you think apple product manufacturing is happening in heaven? far from reality


I think that was the point he/she was making. Have another read of the post.

Although I'd disagree it only applies to Apple. If you follow the chain down of most electronic products, there is often some supplier/manufacturing partner with practices we'd consider dubious. IMO the plausible deniability is a key reason why many companies take small third party partner route.
Nayana#11
There is no such thing as ethical killing, killing is killing. taking the life of a living being.
littlemeglet 1 Like #12
this carrot has been murdered !!!
thedriver 1 Like #13
these turkeys are now dead....

BM have already been paid by sainsburys....

It would be a greater waste for these to be binned now.

Hot from me (but cold cause its frozen).
No8 1 Like #14
Nayana
There is no such thing as ethical killing, killing is killing. taking the life of a living being.


Yes. When my cat brings a mouse to the front door I tell him the same thing... Sorry, but we have evolved to eat meat, you can't do that without killing something! Hot deal, wish we had a bigger freezer!


Edited By: No8 on Jan 03, 2012 19:16: ;-)
LongPockets#15
No8
Nayana
There is no such thing as ethical killing, killing is killing. taking the life of a living being.


Yes. When my cat brings a mouse to the front door I tell him the same thing... Sorry, but we have evolved to eat meat, you can't do that without killing something! Hot deal, wish we had a bigger freezer!



Perfectly ethical to kill animals for food. It says so in the bible, even tells you the right way to go about it.
Mentos 1 Like #16
Nayana
There is no such thing as ethical killing, killing is killing. taking the life of a living being.



No8
Nayana
There is no such thing as ethical killing, killing is killing. taking the life of a living being.


Yes. When my cat brings a mouse to the front door I tell him the same thing... Sorry, but we have evolved to eat meat, you can't do that without killing something! Hot deal, wish we had a bigger freezer!



Doesn't mean you have to torture that "something" for its entire life prior to killing it for food.
LongPockets#17
Mentos
Nayana
There is no such thing as ethical killing, killing is killing. taking the life of a living being.



No8
Nayana
There is no such thing as ethical killing, killing is killing. taking the life of a living being.


Yes. When my cat brings a mouse to the front door I tell him the same thing... Sorry, but we have evolved to eat meat, you can't do that without killing something! Hot deal, wish we had a bigger freezer!



Doesn't mean you have to torture that "something" for its entire life prior to killing it for food.


Two different issues, certainly.
EleanorAbernathy#18
Thanks OP x
Gillian :O) 1 Like #19
Heat from me - this is a site to promote / show good deals - not too debate!!
Naxos#20
realblender
These turkeys are not halal.
I should hope not. Even the most luckless turkey has a better death than being tortured by some Third World system of subjugation-and-abuse-by-fairy-story from the Dark Ages.

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