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Just been into the Royston (Herts) Tesco branch and they are offering whole sea bream for £1 each. As you can imagine they are going like hot cakes. I've no idea if this is store specific but, either way, stocks are not likely to last long.
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#1
I bought 2 on Friday reduced from £5 each to £2.50 each and I thought that was ok. This is an excellent price. They are beautiful too. A lovely fish.
#2
Might depend on size? If it's a 6oz fish it would not be a good deal!
#3
I bought 2 at the weekend for a fiver. Absolute bargain - nice big juicy fish.....gonna go down and grab a few more at this price.!!!!!!
1 Like #4
Gilt-heads? Farmed? Greek imports? This addiction to ever cheaper food sources churns my stomach. At what point, if any, would your suspicions be aroused? 50p a fish? 10p a fish? The supermarkets will do for the fish industry as they have done for dairy farmers....but enjoy your fish while you can :-)
#5
God there is always a moaner isn't there?! It's not an "addiction to ever cheaper food sources" it is vast becoming a necessity for some. People will always be attracted to bargains while prices continue to clime. Where it is sourced from and who loses out isn't the concern of the end user. If someone has to feed their family, why should they be forced to feel guilty about obtaining cheaper food, even if it does have an effect on the fishing industry. I'm from a fishing family and live in a town where fishing has now become extinct where as up until the early 90's it was the main stable of this town. Things and demands change, and if the big bad supermarkets are forcing that change by helping less fortunate families have fresh produce at cheaper prices rather than processed goods, I'm all for it.
#6
This fish's life was worth £1
A chicken's life is worth £3

I wonder what the cheapest life you can buy in the supermarket is? I reckon it's prawns or something, dunno the actual cost per life though.
I'm not a bleeding heart or anything and as long as I can imagine that the animal had a nice life before I eat it I can eat anything. I'm just genrally curious.

Hot but I can never be bothered preparing a whole fish, I'm just lazy I guess.

Edited By: RoBad on Nov 29, 2010 21:34
#7
looks like a pirranah
#8
looks like a pirranah
#9
I bought 2 of them today for 1.25 each. Heat
#10
I'd eat one! can some-one fillet it please?
1 Like #11
good little stocking filler. cheers
#12
RoBad
This fish's life was worth £1 A chicken's life is worth £3I wonder what the cheapest life you can buy in the supermarket is? I reckon it's prawns or something, dunno the actual cost per life though. I'm not a bleeding heart or anything and as long as I can imagine that the animal had a nice life before I eat it I can eat anything. I'm just genrally curious.Hot but I can never be bothered preparing a whole fish, I'm just lazy I guess.

Do you know the price of a Human life? Far less than this my friend.
#13
Not sure tbh, smells a bit fishy to me :D
#14
Hot

eatmorefish
Gilt-heads? Farmed? Greek imports? This addiction to ever cheaper food sources churns my stomach. At what point, if any, would your suspicions be aroused? 50p a fish? 10p a fish? The supermarkets will do for the fish industry as they have done for dairy farmers....but enjoy your fish while you can :-)


Or maybe its just a loss leader product. If the price was permanently £1 then you could have a point but as someone said this product is normally being sold for as much as £5 each.
suspended#15
Fintastic :)
#16
all the tesco stores ive been to have fishmongers that cant scale so cold from me sorry
banned#17
dilmx
all the tesco stores ive been to have fishmongers that cant scale so cold from me sorry

What a muppet! do it yourself then or are you just plain lazy?
#18
americanonpurpose
God there is always a moaner isn't there?! It's not an "addiction to ever cheaper food sources" it is vast becoming a necessity for some. People will always be attracted to bargains while prices continue to clime. Where it is sourced from and who loses out isn't the concern of the end user. If someone has to feed their family, why should they be forced to feel guilty about obtaining cheaper food, even if it does have an effect on the fishing industry. I'm from a fishing family and live in a town where fishing has now become extinct where as up until the early 90's it was the main stable of this town. Things and demands change, and if the big bad supermarkets are forcing that change by helping less fortunate families have fresh produce at cheaper prices rather than processed goods, I'm all for it.


Moaner? Moi? I suggest you re-read the post. It might just be that I take a different opinion to yourself. '..who looses out isn't the concern of the end user..' ?? Well, that may indeed reflect your own personal lack of morals and feelings of impotence in relation to the world at large, however I put it to you that what you spend your money on, where it ends up, who it benefits is of some, albeit secondary, value.

I am sorry to hear about the loss of fishing industry in your town.
#19
jojogogo
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eatmorefish
Gilt-heads? Farmed? Greek imports? This addiction to ever cheaper food sources churns my stomach. At what point, if any, would your suspicions be aroused? 50p a fish? 10p a fish? The supermarkets will do for the fish industry as they have done for dairy farmers....but enjoy your fish while you can :-)


Or maybe its just a loss leader product. If the price was permanently £1 then you could have a point but as someone said this product is normally being sold for as much as £5 each.


Yeah, maybe just a loss leader. But why loose money on a product? Doesn't seem like a level playing field for any local fishmongers. 'Loss leaders' are bulling tactics by huge wealthy supermarket chains. They take away livelihoods and destroy communities....at some point in the future your town, yes your town will have one shop. Just the one. In fact it won't be a town...it will be a shop. No town. Just a shop. One.
#20
Breeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
#21
The £5 one is most likely to be bigger than the £1 offer one. I went instore at 9pm lastnight after gym and doh forgot to check this....
#22
csiman
dilmx
all the tesco stores ive been to have fishmongers that cant scale so cold from me sorry

What a muppet! do it yourself then or are you just plain lazy?

csiman
dilmx
all the tesco stores ive been to have fishmongers that cant scale so cold from me sorry

What a muppet! do it yourself then or are you just plain lazy?

youre the muppet buying goods from places that dont give a full service X)
#23
eatmorefish
americanonpurpose
God there is always a moaner isn't there?! It's not an "addiction to ever cheaper food sources" it is vast becoming a necessity for some. People will always be attracted to bargains while prices continue to clime. Where it is sourced from and who loses out isn't the concern of the end user. If someone has to feed their family, why should they be forced to feel guilty about obtaining cheaper food, even if it does have an effect on the fishing industry. I'm from a fishing family and live in a town where fishing has now become extinct where as up until the early 90's it was the main stable of this town. Things and demands change, and if the big bad supermarkets are forcing that change by helping less fortunate families have fresh produce at cheaper prices rather than processed goods, I'm all for it.


Moaner? Moi? I suggest you re-read the post. It might just be that I take a different opinion to yourself. '..who looses out isn't the concern of the end user..' ?? Well, that may indeed reflect your own personal lack of morals and feelings of impotence in relation to the world at large, however I put it to you that what you spend your money on, where it ends up, who it benefits is of some, albeit secondary, value.

I am sorry to hear about the loss of fishing industry in your town.


There's no lack of morals here, I'm just a realist
banned#24
dilmx
csiman
dilmx
all the tesco stores ive been to have fishmongers that cant scale so cold from me sorry

What a muppet! do it yourself then or are you just plain lazy?

csiman
dilmx
all the tesco stores ive been to have fishmongers that cant scale so cold from me sorry

What a muppet! do it yourself then or are you just plain lazy?

youre the muppet buying goods from places that dont give a full service X)

at a quarter of the cost you probably pay. DOH!
#25
americanonpurpose
eatmorefish
americanonpurpose
God there is always a moaner isn't there?! It's not an "addiction to ever cheaper food sources" it is vast becoming a necessity for some. People will always be attracted to bargains while prices continue to clime. Where it is sourced from and who loses out isn't the concern of the end user. If someone has to feed their family, why should they be forced to feel guilty about obtaining cheaper food, even if it does have an effect on the fishing industry. I'm from a fishing family and live in a town where fishing has now become extinct where as up until the early 90's it was the main stable of this town. Things and demands change, and if the big bad supermarkets are forcing that change by helping less fortunate families have fresh produce at cheaper prices rather than processed goods, I'm all for it.


Moaner? Moi? I suggest you re-read the post. It might just be that I take a different opinion to yourself. '..who looses out isn't the concern of the end user..' ?? Well, that may indeed reflect your own personal lack of morals and feelings of impotence in relation to the world at large, however I put it to you that what you spend your money on, where it ends up, who it benefits is of some, albeit secondary, value.

I am sorry to hear about the loss of fishing industry in your town.


There's no lack of morals here, I'm just a realist


Err, yes there is a lack of morals....'..who looses out isn't the concern of the end user'..your words, not mine. This lack of concern for whomever looses out, unseen, far away, perhaps even in another country reveals to all here the moral vacuum in which you live. But, of course, you are welcome to call it realism....:-)

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