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12 Fresh Eggs - £1 instore @ Poundland
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12 Fresh Eggs - £1 instore @ Poundland

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Posted 21st SepAvailable: National

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Long dated eggs dozen for £1, approx 8p each good for budget downside caged hens but they are fed a nice diet
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Cold for this one. Caged hen eggs should be illegal imo
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Got the exact same for 50p last week,with long date too, didn't post as thought it was store specific
Cold for this one. Caged hen eggs should be illegal imo
Sidavis21/09/2019 14:03

Cold for this one. Caged hen eggs should be illegal imo


'Free range' hens are not that much better off tbh.
Get these eggs all the time...good indication is the yolk...very deep yellow so called free range from tescos, sainsbury's,Iceland etc the yolk is pale yellow...
Sidavis21/09/2019 14:03

Cold for this one. Caged hen eggs should be illegal imo


Free range in The UK has nothing to do with free range. Lived abroad 27 years of my life, my grandparents had chicken, completely different taste, completely different colour. Free range is nothing else, but marketing strategy. But I still prefer to buy free range, the difference in price is not much and this should tell a lot about 'free range'.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 21st Sep
theposter21/09/2019 15:15

Get these eggs all the time...good indication is the yolk...very deep …Get these eggs all the time...good indication is the yolk...very deep yellow so called free range from tescos, sainsbury's,Iceland etc the yolk is pale yellow...


I'm not fussed about free range, but I cannot knock the difference in yolk, free range from Tesco etc do have a darker near orange colour. Iceland caged ones are a pale yellow. Caged are fed grain. Not sure about these ones.

Taste wise I'm none the wise, all the same.
Niz22/09/2019 12:07

I'm not fussed about free range, but I cannot knock the difference in …I'm not fussed about free range, but I cannot knock the difference in yolk, free range from Tesco etc do have a darker near orange colour. Iceland caged ones are a pale yellow. Caged are fed grain. Not sure about these ones.Taste wise I'm none the wise, all the same.


Anything caged usually have pale yellow...but these don't, very strong yellow, and trust me I have tried most free range , probably the best are M&S
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