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Meat at Lidl including Whole Turkey £3.99 per kg at Lidl

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Cheapest fresh whole turkey seen was £3.99 a kilo. I know Sainsburys are advertising at £4.50 a kilo. Also saw other reasonably priced meat whole duck 1.8kg £5.99 whole chicken 2kg £4.30 le… Read More
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7m, 3d agoFound 7 months, 3 days ago
Cheapest fresh whole turkey seen was £3.99 a kilo.
I know Sainsburys are advertising at £4.50 a kilo.

Also saw other reasonably priced meat
whole duck 1.8kg £5.99
whole chicken 2kg £4.30
leg of lamb £4.99 a kilo (Some were huge around 3kg)
beef joint £3.95 a kilo
Pork leg joint £2.79 a kilo

They even had whole goose for £39.99 but I wasn't paying much attention to the weight but they were enormous (only two could fit in their slide top fridges)

I didn't see any salmon in my local and know they didn't have it last year but I believe tesco is selling for £4.50 a kilo
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7m, 3d agoFound 7 months, 3 days ago
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Spend a few extra quid on a higher welfare bird. Don't tell yourself you can't afford it while saving up for a new car, bigger house, holidays or whatever else you feel is more important than morals. Just saying.

Edit: Not directed at op, just generalising!

Edited By: mattoligy on Dec 21, 2016 12:05: Clarification
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mattoligy
Spend a few extra quid on a higher welfare bird. Don't tell yourself you can't afford it while saving up for a new car, bigger house, holidays or whatever else you feel is more important than morals. Just saying.


gosh you must have a high horse oO:{
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RSPCA assured
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mattoligy
Spend a few extra quid on a higher welfare bird. Don't tell yourself you can't afford it while saving up for a new car, bigger house, holidays or whatever else you feel is more important than morals. Just saying.

Edit: Not directed at op, just generalising!


a car is more important than the life of a goose duck etc ill buy what I want not what you want me to.
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vale22
RSPCA assured

This doesn't mean the producer was inspected and conforms to welfare standards - it means the producer has paid to be included on the scheme - it's a crock of ****
#6
High welfare food production.... plenty of quality spin and hype.... lots of baffling misinfo ;)
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-18 at 1628hrs - why the cold turkey?
hot vote from me, turning up the oven temperature.
May gobble one up tommorrow along with some of the other aforementioned, ex farmyard animals.
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mattoligy
Spend a few extra quid on a higher welfare bird. Don't tell yourself you can't afford it while saving up for a new car, bigger house, holidays or whatever else you feel is more important than morals. Just saying.
Edit: Not directed at op, just generalising!

that's bullcrap and you're seriously deluded if you think it makes the slightest bit of difference.

even your organic free range turkey is in all but name a mass produced barn raised bird, just because they have a patch of dry dirt to scratch in doesn't make them 'higher welfare'
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eset12345
mattoligy
Spend a few extra quid on a higher welfare bird. Don't tell yourself you can't afford it while saving up for a new car, bigger house, holidays or whatever else you feel is more important than morals. Just saying.
Edit: Not directed at op, just generalising!

that's bullcrap and you're seriously deluded if you think it makes the slightest bit of difference.

even your organic free range turkey is in all but name a mass produced barn raised bird, just because they have a patch of dry dirt to scratch in doesn't make them 'higher welfare'


These are the people supplying by Turkey this year as recommended by Jamie Oliver

http://www.kellyturkeys.co.uk/kellybronze-free-range-turkeys-home.aspx

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