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20 eggs for £1.80 or 10 for £1 at Iceland

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Posted 11th AugLocal
This deal has been going for months now and is usually just inside the main door on my two local branches

10 eggs for a £1 is a decent enough deal
But can be had in a few places like Aldi BUT 20 eggs for £1.80 is very cheap.

No end date is stated and as said above, this has been their standard deal for some time now.

Not free range so might not be your thing.
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Nattie11/08/2019 07:06

Not Free Range so cold for me


Well said!

In addition to this, large eggs are painful for hens to lay, they also lack the flavor of a normal egg.

Cruelty all round in these types of eggs, those poor hens kept in squalid conditions being forced into painful actions.

When will someone with a bit of power do something about this?!

We have a few rescued hens, when we got them they had almost no feathers and looked so poorly. After quite a while they settled in a coop in our garden and they are quite healthy now. They are very sweet creatures, they come bombing up the garden to see us. They also like to follow us around, clucking and chatting away with themselves.

Hmmm, think I've waffled on a bit there!
Edited by: "Broc_Mudflap" 11th Aug
Not Free Range so cold for me
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Not an offer been this price for years.
Not Free Range so cold for me
sim1111/08/2019 07:04

Not an offer been this price for years.


Agreed and have said as much in my post, thanks for just repeating what I already clearly stated.

Feel free to show me a better price though.
Edited by: "jouster" 11th Aug
Never said there was a better price, simply stated that it's not an offer it's a long term on going price.
Home Bargains ......89p for 10 good size eggs !
sim1111/08/2019 07:13

Never said there was a better price, simply stated that it's not an offer …Never said there was a better price, simply stated that it's not an offer it's a long term on going price.


As did i.
tomharris7965611/08/2019 07:19

Home Bargains ......89p for 10 good size eggs !


Good size, Is that the equivalent of large?
Edited by: "jouster" 11th Aug
Nattie11/08/2019 07:06

Not Free Range so cold for me


Well said!

In addition to this, large eggs are painful for hens to lay, they also lack the flavor of a normal egg.

Cruelty all round in these types of eggs, those poor hens kept in squalid conditions being forced into painful actions.

When will someone with a bit of power do something about this?!

We have a few rescued hens, when we got them they had almost no feathers and looked so poorly. After quite a while they settled in a coop in our garden and they are quite healthy now. They are very sweet creatures, they come bombing up the garden to see us. They also like to follow us around, clucking and chatting away with themselves.

Hmmm, think I've waffled on a bit there!
Edited by: "Broc_Mudflap" 11th Aug
10 Large eggs 99p Lidl and Aldi.
sim1111/08/2019 07:04

Not an offer been this price for years.


jouster11/08/2019 07:11

Agreed and have said as much in my post, thanks for just repeating what I …Agreed and have said as much in my post, thanks for just repeating what I already clearly stated. Feel free to show me a better price though.



sim1111/08/2019 07:13

Never said there was a better price, simply stated that it's not an offer …Never said there was a better price, simply stated that it's not an offer it's a long term on going price.



jouster11/08/2019 07:31

As did i.



You guys are starting to crack me up.
Broc_Mudflap11/08/2019 07:51

Well said!In addition to this, large eggs are painful for hens to lay, …Well said!In addition to this, large eggs are painful for hens to lay, they also lack the flavor of a normal egg. Cruelty all round in these types of eggs, those poor hens kept in squalid conditions being forced into painful actions. When will someone with a bit of power do something about this?!We have a few rescued hens, when we got them they had almost no feathers and looked so poorly. After quite a while they settled in a coop in our garden and they are quite healthy now. They are very sweet creatures, they come bombing up the garden to see us. They also like to follow us around, clucking and chatting away with themselves.Hmmm, think I've waffled on a bit there!


What's the difference between the free range eggs and large eggs. Doesn't it taste the same
Isn't this a deal site and this isn't a deal it's the normal price and no discounts added on this deal, it's a eggcellent deal and I always eggcite myself buying these eggs from my local Iceland. I love these eggs and also some are cracked up so please open the box to check before you buy
19DembaBa1911/08/2019 08:34

What's the difference between the free range eggs and large eggs. Doesn't …What's the difference between the free range eggs and large eggs. Doesn't it taste the same


They don't taste as rich, you can generally tell by the colour if the yoke,it should be a golden yellow colour.

Large eggs are, of course, larger than a normal egg, but are diluted.

Happy and well fed hens lay the tastiest eggs. They lay eggs when they need to, rather than being forced to. The type of egg we are looking at here is laid by a poor bird pressured into it. They are kept only to mass produce eggs and only given the nutrition to do so.
Sainsbury’s 15 for 1.25 barn eggs
Broc_Mudflap11/08/2019 08:44

They don't taste as rich, you can generally tell by the colour if the …They don't taste as rich, you can generally tell by the colour if the yoke,it should be a golden yellow colour. Large eggs are, of course, larger than a normal egg, but are diluted. Happy and well fed hens lay the tastiest eggs. They lay eggs when they need to, rather than being forced to. The type of egg we are looking at here is laid by a poor bird pressured into it. They are kept only to mass produce eggs and only given the nutrition to do so.


Whilst I sympathise with keeping hens humanely, I've never seen such a load of uninformed codswallop! The colour of the yoke is dictated by the type of food, not the living conditions of the hen. Large eggs have large contents (a combination of breed and the life cycle of the hen) not more water. All hens moult their feathers at various points in their lifecycle, even free range ones. The number of eggs produced is dictated by the amount of light they are exposed to. And finally, for anyone wanting to eat eggs who doesn't have a suitable garden space - how do they know that the commercially produced eggs in the box labelled more expensively as "free range" really come from hens that live the "Good Life", especially in winter when hens naturally rarely lay due to lack of daylight? Keep them as lovely pets, but get real and learn some facts!
supersue11/08/2019 09:11

Whilst I sympathise with keeping hens humanely, I've never seen such a …Whilst I sympathise with keeping hens humanely, I've never seen such a load of uninformed codswallop! The colour of the yoke is dictated by the type of food, not the living conditions of the hen. Large eggs have large contents (a combination of breed and the life cycle of the hen) not more water. All hens moult their feathers at various points in their lifecycle, even free range ones. The number of eggs produced is dictated by the amount of light they are exposed to. And finally, for anyone wanting to eat eggs who doesn't have a suitable garden space - how do they know that the commercially produced eggs in the box labelled more expensively as "free range" really come from hens that live the "Good Life", especially in winter when hens naturally rarely lay due to lack of daylight? Keep them as lovely pets, but get real and learn some facts!


I think you need to read what I said again. After you have calmed down!
Never buy eggs from caged birds,always free range,I know the end is the same,but let them have some quality if not much
Nice came here to check a deal and went away with egg lesson thanks
To quote Viz, as sure as eggs is eggs, eggs ain't eggs!
shatteredpaul11/08/2019 09:22

Never buy eggs from caged birds,always free range,I know the end is the …Never buy eggs from caged birds,always free range,I know the end is the same,but let them have some quality if not much


You can never trust caged birds
Edited by: "Gollywood" 11th Aug
tomharris7965611/08/2019 07:19

Home Bargains ......89p for 10 good size eggs !


good tasting eggs and often double yokers. As for colour this is dictated by the supermarkets request and the required supplement added to their feed to tweak it.
Iceland portray themselves to be an pro eco/welfare company but yet they still sell and use eggs from caged hens in the products. Iceland are removing palm oil from their recipes which is seen as great news but their good intentions are undone by their use of caged eggs. Iceland have said they will no longer use/sell eggs from caged hens but no until 2025!!
If they're caged birds, I certainly won't be buying them, I don't care if anyone says the hens are better fed better looked after and live longer yhan they would be in the wild... Exactly the same argument was put forward supporting slavery, doesnt make the practice any more acceptable.
It shouldnt be anyones thing. Glad its cold.. Freezing cold
There’s no need to be buying eggs from caged hens, you can get 15 mixed free range eggs from M&S for £1.50 so it’s not more ex
A lot of thought went into that trademarked "Plastic Free" logo.
I personally say it's about choice, if everyone stopped buying them then sure it's not viable to sell them.

You could say even free range is bad, breeding chickens for the sake of their eggs. You could say meat is bad causing a huge amount of pollution breeding animals for the sake of food when we could feed more people with veg.

To top it off chickens are apparently happy in cages, Google it.
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