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Ye olde oak Ham 375g tin instore at Iceland for £1.00

£1.00 @ Iceland
Just been to Iceland Keighley and got some ham for £1.00 great with salads not sure if it's nation wide best before date is June 2019 wish I got more now hope it helps with your sandwiches Read More
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Just been to Iceland Keighley and got some ham for £1.00 great with salads not sure if it's nation wide best before date is June 2019 wish I got more now hope it helps with your sandwiches
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#1
Makes a very nice sarnie, nice find op, heat added :)
#2
ooooh.....posh spam fritters!
#3
toiletseatlicker
ooooh.....posh spam fritters!


Enjoy :-)
#4
sradmad
Makes a very nice sarnie, nice find op, heat added :)


Nice with a salad :-)
#5
first ingredient is water oO
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Just thought I would share this article with you.
Why sell meat when you can sell water? Some manufacturers have taken the traders' old adage to new heights and are selling ham that is only half meat and a third water, according to tests carried out by the consumer watchdog Which?
Bernard Matthews charges the most for its water, the survey found. A 100g pack of wafer-thin ham costs 89p and contains 28% water, meaning customers pay 25p for the water. Ye Olde Oak ham comes top for selling the lowest percentage of meat in its ham, which is 55% meat and 37% water, with additives including gums and polyphosphates, sugar and salt making up the remaining 8%.
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Just thought I would share this article with you.
Why sell meat when you can sell water? Some manufacturers have taken the traders' old adage to new heights and are selling ham that is only half meat and a third water, according to tests carried out by the consumer watchdog Which?
Bernard Matthews charges the most for its water, the survey found. A 100g pack of wafer-thin ham costs 89p and contains 28% water, meaning customers pay 25p for the water. Ye Olde Oak ham comes top for selling the lowest percentage of meat in its ham, which is 55% meat and 37% water, with additives including gums and polyphosphates, sugar and salt making up the remaining 8%.


Maybe that's why it's a £1 still nice in sandwiches and with salads it may help to keep our weight down
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questionnaire
Just thought I would share this article with you.
Why sell meat when you can sell water? Some manufacturers have taken the traders' old adage to new heights and are selling ham that is only half meat and a third water, according to tests carried out by the consumer watchdog Which?
Bernard Matthews charges the most for its water, the survey found. A 100g pack of wafer-thin ham costs 89p and contains 28% water, meaning customers pay 25p for the water. Ye Olde Oak ham comes top for selling the lowest percentage of meat in its ham, which is 55% meat and 37% water, with additives including gums and polyphosphates, sugar and salt making up the remaining 8%.


who cares
#9
I am old enough to remember their oval and round tins actually contained ham, not that pork luncheon meat they now contain, but it was actually more expensive then, just shows you what continual downgrading a product does.
Could it be against the trade description act to call it HAM.
#10
anthony712
I am old enough to remember their oval and round tins actually contained ham, not that pork luncheon meat they now contain, but it was actually more expensive then, just shows you what continual downgrading a product does.
Could it be against the trade description act to call it HAM.


It's a £1 and it's good to make sandwiches with or with your salad as long as it's fit to eat and you like it there is no harm buying it and eating it
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heatherlaurie98
first ingredient is water oO

Ingredients
62% Pork, Water, Salt, Starch, Sugar, Stabiliser (E451i), Antioxidant (E316), Smoke Flavouring, Preservative (E250)


Read more at http://groceries.iceland.co.uk/ye-olde-oak-ham-375g/p/64862#YWb6TsMGl57e5Eoa.99

Haven't had any of this for 20/30 years, lovely in sandwiches i seem to remember.
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They do a premium ham in tins, think it's about £2 but we used it for sandwiches on a camping trip and it was great, could cut into slices at 'room' temperature it wasn't mushy like most others.

Also took some polish stuff I presume from Aldi/Lidl n had to chuck it away, full of gristle and just mush, not fit for dogfood. :|

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