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Joints of Beef half price ONLY £4.49 a kg instead of £8.98 @ Morrisons

£4.49 @ Morrisons
Until sunday morrisons half there joints of beef on half price. As usual with morrisons offers it is limited to two per customer. But you could do what I did and buy two very large joints and cut them… Read More
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Until sunday morrisons half there joints of beef on half price. As usual with morrisons offers it is limited to two per customer. But you could do what I did and buy two very large joints and cut them up at home into smaller ones. Stock that freezer.
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#1
Alternatively you could save yourself some money by going to your local butcher, Beef that has flavour and costs less than your supermarket.
I am not a butcher but fresh meat should not be wrapped in plastic.
Try your butcher you will be pleasantly surprised
#2
[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]morrisons meat is lovely!![/COLOR]
#3
happychappy
Alternatively you could save yourself some money by going to your local butcher, Beef that has flavour and costs less than your supermarket.
I am not a butcher but fresh meat should not be wrapped in plastic.
Try your butcher you will be pleasantly surprised


Morrisons have there own instore butchers (all i have been into anyway) , and there own slaughterhouses,they cut and pack the meat instore like a local butcher would do, i would usually agree with you but Morrisons meat is by far the best as supermarkets are concerned, and your local butcher wont be selling for £4.49 a kg
#4
deanos;3387486
Morrisons have there own instore butchers (all i have been into anyway) , and there own slaughterhouses


I wasn't aware of any of the big supermarkets having their own slaughtering facilities. Cutting plants possibly.

The lists are here: http://www.food.gov.uk/foodindustry/meat/meatplantsprems/meatpremlicence
#5
nihcaj
I wasn't aware of any of the big supermarkets having their own slaughtering facilities. Cutting plants possibly.

The lists are here: http://www.food.gov.uk/foodindustry/meat/meatplantsprems/meatpremlicence


I don't know about slaughterhouses and cutting plants but I think all Morisson's meat is butchered in store.
#6
nihcaj
I wasn't aware of any of the big supermarkets having their own slaughtering facilities. Cutting plants possibly.

The lists are here: http://www.food.gov.uk/foodindustry/meat/meatplantsprems/meatpremlicence



They do ,one in Scotland and one in Lancashire, but not under the morrisons name

http://www.banffshire-journal.co.uk/news/fullstory.php/aid/2636/Turriff_abattoir_to_rise_from_the_ashes.html

This is the one in Lancashire
http://www.efsis.com/sites/handbook/woodheadbrosmeatcompanycolne_01.php

After digging some more they also own one in Spalding Lincolnshire

http://www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/news/71-jobs-axed-at-George.3813015.jp
#7
thanks for the heads up on this got two large ones 9.00 each will cut up into 4 and put in the freezer for crimbo so I have chccolate and beef for christmas now on the cheap cheap
#8
deanos;3387746
They do ,one in Scotland and one in Lancashire, but not under the morrisons name


I am more out of touch than I thought, although I've not worked in meat inspection since the MHS took over, must be about 16/17 years now!
#9
happychappy
Alternatively you could save yourself some money by going to your local butcher, Beef that has flavour and costs less than your supermarket.
I am not a butcher but fresh meat should not be wrapped in plastic.
Try your butcher you will be pleasantly surprised


you are right but you will find that morrisons cut 95% of meat in store and cut it from primals just like your so called local butcher its wrapped in clingfilm and does that mean it only has flavour when placed in a plastic bag and i doubt any local butcher will beat this price anyway
#10
nihcaj
I wasn't aware of any of the big supermarkets having their own slaughtering facilities. Cutting plants possibly.

The lists are here: http://www.food.gov.uk/foodindustry/meat/meatplantsprems/meatpremlicence


they have there own abbatoirs one in lincolnshire ,one in scotland one in wakefield woodhead brothers and yes they have thereown cutting plant also
#11
Hey tubbies 74 thought I was seeing things when i seen your response:giggle:
#12
cacaroca
Hey tubbies 74 thought I was seeing things when i seen your response:giggle:


great minds think alike and look alike too :whistling::whistling:
#13
missed this one. :x

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