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The Happy Egg Co. (Happy Christmas) Free Range Large Eggs (6) ONLY 97p @ Asda

£0.97 @ Asda
The Happy Egg Co. (Happy Christmas) Free Range Large Eggs (6) ONLY 97p (The medium are the same price so be careful) (£1.90 all other Big Supermarkets) Read More
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The Happy Egg Co. (Happy Christmas) Free Range Large Eggs (6) ONLY 97p

(The medium are the same price so be careful)

(£1.90 all other Big Supermarkets)

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2 Likes #1
£0.35p back from the shopitize app
#2
hussanLS007
£0.35p back from the shopitize app
Thanks I'm sure folks here will take advantage of that.
2 Likes #3
No thanks I wouldn't buy any eggs from this company . Look on YouTube and you see why .
#4
Good price. I was buying them 2 for £3 at Co-Op.
#5
Happy egg owned by noble foods (happy eggs ,free range in your dreams ) noble foods buy factory's like bilsthorpe an and duckmanton shut them and then build houses do not give a toss about staff
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benny1983uk
No thanks I wouldn't buy any eggs from this company . Look on YouTube and you see why .
I can't see anything on YouTube there's a video on their farm but shows how well the hens are treated, just curious as I buy these eggs and hate to think it's a scam
#7
There's not been an egg deal posted on HUKD without it getting criticism. They could be eggs from the highest rated free range farm in the country but some noggin will still tell people to raise their own in the back garden...

Now just to wait for a photo to be posted of a dishevelled and featherless chicken that's actually just a chicken going through a moult...

Edited By: mamboboy on Dec 29, 2014 19:06
#8
mamboboy
There's not been an egg deal posted on HUKD without it getting criticism. They could be eggs from the highest rated free range farm in the country but some noggin will still tell people to raise their own in the back garden...

Now just to wait for a photo to be posted of a dishevelled and featherless chicken that's actually just a chicken going through a moult...

Wouldn't you want to be informed that what you're buying isn't as advertised with any other product? The problem with free range is that the lines have been blurred where what people are paying a premium for isn't actually helping the animals, and, if like many, you are conscious of the well-being of animals then this is important. If you don't give a **** that why bother looking at free range products?
#9
To be fair.. I get that but the documentary I saw on this was ridiculous. It was sickening how they were torturing the chickens and the conditions they were in. Might aswell buy battery eggs IMO. Must have been taken off youtube, I know they've made a video of their 'new conditions' but I'm inclined not to believe that. They also supply asda etc. the only real super market free range are apparently sainsburys but I'm not expert!
#10
There's still a Sky News article on You Tube which is fairly informative. I've bought these eggs regularly and it's made me think twice. I think if you buy cheap battery eggs you have to take some responsibility for the process. Here you're paying extra for something which promises a tasty egg from a well treated bird, but actually delivers little or no difference.
#11
Im afraid i insist on battery hen eggs
1 Like #13
ewanyengi
Im afraid i insist on battery hen eggs
You sick sob you.
#14
Genuinely amazed at how companies like this are allowed to get away with stuff like “Happy eggs". So misleading.
#15
May as well get 15 from Iceland for £1.35 - they taste the same.
#16
jhw
May as well get 15 from Iceland for £1.35 - they taste the same.
More like 20 for 1.60 :D
#17
Boycott Happy Eggs. Terrible company in my opinion.
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kirstyjane72
Happy egg owned by noble foods (happy eggs ,free range in your dreams ) noble foods buy factory's like bilsthorpe an and duckmanton shut them and then build houses do not give a toss about staff


If it says free range on the box they have to be free range, they wouldn't get away with this. I don't believe most of the stuff in the media never mind a YouTube clip. I always buy free range as if they are treated even slightly better than battery it's worth it and let's be honest it wouldn't be hard.
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rs_tigerblade
To be fair.. I get that but the documentary I saw on this was ridiculous. It was sickening how they were torturing the chickens and the conditions they were in. Might aswell buy battery eggs IMO. Must have been taken off youtube, I know they've made a video of their 'new conditions' but I'm inclined not to believe that. They also supply asda etc. the only real super market free range are apparently sainsburys but I'm not expert!


Morrisons and tesco eggs are also genuine free range.
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I find it amusing when people go all pious about hens' welfare yet they still eat EGGS; i.e. what would have been a hen if you hadn't scoffed it. You've bought a free range egg yet your still funding an industry where male chicks are gassed or minced alive. But my conscience is clear because free range means cruelty free! SMH. Only vegans can justifiably complain about animal welfare (note I buy eggs from caged hens because free range is one of the biggest cons in the food industry).
#21
jase99
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kirstyjane72
Happy egg owned by noble foods (happy eggs ,free range in your dreams ) noble foods buy factory's like bilsthorpe an and duckmanton shut them and then build houses do not give a toss about staff

If it says free range on the box they have to be free range, they wouldn't get away with this. I don't believe most of the stuff in the media never mind a YouTube clip. I always buy free range as if they are treated even slightly better than battery it's worth it and let's be honest it wouldn't be hard.

DON NOT FEED THE TROLL (free range or otherwise)
#22
they sure are tasty regardless of origin!
#23
jase99
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kirstyjane72
Happy egg owned by noble foods (happy eggs ,free range in your dreams ) noble foods buy factory's like bilsthorpe an and duckmanton shut them and then build houses do not give a toss about staff
If it says free range on the box they have to be free range, they wouldn't get away with this. I don't believe most of the stuff in the media never mind a YouTube clip. I always buy free range as if they are treated even slightly better than battery it's worth it and let's be honest it wouldn't be hard.
jase99
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kirstyjane72
Happy egg owned by noble foods (happy eggs ,free range in your dreams ) noble foods buy factory's like bilsthorpe an and duckmanton shut them and then build houses do not give a toss about staff
If it says free range on the box they have to be free range, they wouldn't get away with this. I don't believe most of the stuff in the media never mind a YouTube clip. I always buy free range as if they are treated even slightly better than battery it's worth it and let's be honest it wouldn't be hard.
a few years a go stone gate which is owned by noble foods use to use battery eggs for fr eggs some of the top mangers got the push common knowledge in egg production in noble group then
#24
priced as £1.90 in store but scanned at 97p even though they weren't "happy Christmas" branded ones too.

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