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15 Chippendale free range eggs class a mixed size £1.20 @ Morrisons
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15 Chippendale free range eggs class a mixed size £1.20 @ Morrisons

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15 Chippendale free range eggs class a mixed size £1.20 @ Morrisons. That is 8p per egg.

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gazdoubleu17/02/2020 08:53

Chippendale? Eggs on steroids?


Nope, they just remove their own shells!
I love the picture on the front. Imagine what the factory actually looks like!
Are these aimed at Hen parties?
gazdoubleu17/02/2020 08:53

Chippendale? Eggs on steroids?


Don't you love it when people who are out of shape assume anyone that is in good shape must be taking steroids!
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Chippendale? Eggs on steroids?
gazdoubleu17/02/2020 08:53

Chippendale? Eggs on steroids?


Nope, they just remove their own shells!
gazdoubleu17/02/2020 08:53

Chippendale? Eggs on steroids?


Don't you love it when people who are out of shape assume anyone that is in good shape must be taking steroids!
I love the picture on the front. Imagine what the factory actually looks like!
andyb8317/02/2020 09:05

Don't you love it when people who are out of shape assume anyone that is …Don't you love it when people who are out of shape assume anyone that is in good shape must be taking steroids!


Yep, but talking of assumptions, I am in very good shape for my age and not naive to the truth.
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spatter17/02/2020 09:07

I love the picture on the front. Imagine what the factory actually looks …I love the picture on the front. Imagine what the factory actually looks like!



That wouldn't sell many eggs.
Eggs are bad
Googled macerator
He's not real!
Are these stored in the wardrobe?
Are these aimed at Hen parties?
scunny17/02/2020 13:17

Are these aimed at Hen parties?


No those are love eggs
Well I thought a Chippendale was some brand of male stripper
Bit confusing this is says FREE range eggs and then £1.20 for 15, so they are not really FREE.
Great price for free range eggs. They had Northumberland ones on display in my Morrisons at 20p per egg yesterday- just take them from trays and put them in a box. But were 20p and didn't see any at the price of the OP. Hope it is nationwide
soldierboy00117/02/2020 16:36

Bit confusing this is says FREE range eggs and then £1.20 for 15, so they …Bit confusing this is says FREE range eggs and then £1.20 for 15, so they are not really FREE.


Like free sugar with “sugar free” sweets, you mean?
Peter_R17/02/2020 16:58

Great price for free range eggs. They had Northumberland ones on display …Great price for free range eggs. They had Northumberland ones on display in my Morrisons at 20p per egg yesterday- just take them from trays and put them in a box. But were 20p and didn't see any at the price of the OP. Hope it is nationwide


Saw the advert in today’s newspapers. So, likely started today...
Well done Morrisons; all Supermarkets should now go free range; so cruel Battery egg farming.
Chicks love ‘em
These are good actually...quite surprised
They always come out hard boiled and incredibly hard to crack.

Chippendale, wood.
Genuine doubt.. may be answer from a farmer would help...

Why any free range egg is bad? I meant where are the opportunities to go steroids or battery farming in case of free range?
FBDT17/02/2020 17:20

Well done Morrisons; all Supermarkets should now go free range; so cruel …Well done Morrisons; all Supermarkets should now go free range; so cruel Battery egg farming.


Free range is just barn raised in crowded conditions. It's not ethical at all. Plus the hens still die at the end and male chicks are still killed.

The only way to truly get near to cruelty free eggs is from pet rescue hens. Even then it's dubious because it puts strain on the hen to lay so many eggs (wild counterparts lay a dozen a year, if that). Eggs are best fed back to the hens to give them some of the energy they lost laying it.
getknk17/02/2020 18:13

Genuine doubt.. may be answer from a farmer would help...Why any free …Genuine doubt.. may be answer from a farmer would help...Why any free range egg is bad? I meant where are the opportunities to go steroids or battery farming in case of free range?


theguardian.com/com…cal
Eggs, they all taste the same to me
A tip for buying mixed weight eggs. Pick a few boxes up one at a time and give them a 'wiggle' from side to side to see how loose the eggs are in the box. If more of the eggs are larger on average, there will be less wiggle. More smaller eggs means more wiggling about in the box. Larger eggs means more egg for your money. Obviously check for any broken ones too.
We keep chickens free range in the garden. Literally just lost our first hen this evening to a fox. This deal has just set me off.
chelonian00017/02/2020 19:27

Free range is just barn raised in crowded conditions. It's not ethical at …Free range is just barn raised in crowded conditions. It's not ethical at all. Plus the hens still die at the end and male chicks are still killed. The only way to truly get near to cruelty free eggs is from pet rescue hens. Even then it's dubious because it puts strain on the hen to lay so many eggs (wild counterparts lay a dozen a year, if that). Eggs are best fed back to the hens to give them some of the energy they lost laying it.


Just buy them from a local farm where you can see the conditions, anything else is just marketing blurb, smoke and mirrors...
Chippendale's, mmm - I heard a rumor that these are made bigger with pumps or something, not sure how true it is.
Edited by: "Wolfylee" 17th Feb
free range is a myth. Buy organic if you must consume chicken menstruation
muon17/02/2020 22:45

free range is a myth. Buy organic if you must consume chicken menstruation


Eww that has just put me off eggs
Mixed size? They're all extra small at best.
FBDT17/02/2020 17:20

Well done Morrisons; all Supermarkets should now go free range; so cruel …Well done Morrisons; all Supermarkets should now go free range; so cruel Battery egg farming.


Don’t kid yourself your doing the hens a favour.

Beak trimming is commonplace in the UK. Almost all young hens have part of their beaks burned off without anaesthetic to stop them pecking at the other hens in their cramped, traumatised flocks. Free range sheds can contain up to nine birds per square metre – that’s like 14 adults living in a one-room flat. Some multi-tier sheds (still “free range”) contain 16,000 hens. So while these poor birds can theoretically go outdoors, they can also be too crammed in and too traumatised to find the few exit holes.
I read this as chipped eggs and was thinking isn't that unsafe.. and not actually that great a price.
Are these organic ?

Kindest regards
Just read this comparison of organic standards on Morrisons' site (under their own brand 'organic eggs'):

05 May 2019 by Quality Rater
"Not free rangeThe best ORGANIC eggs are SOIL ASSOCIATION verified. The 'European leaf' is a LOWER grade of organic with POORER ANIMAL WELFARE standards. These are a poor copy of true organic eggs."
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