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24 Large Free Range Eggs Class 'A' (2x12 pack) £3.00 @ Iceland
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24 Large Free Range Eggs Class 'A' (2x12 pack) £3.00 @ Iceland

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Posted 2nd NovEdited by:"batista"
£1.79 a pack or 2 packs for £3 good value imo, usually around £1.79 in aldi and lidl too

great for a hot traditional brekkie now the days are getting coolder
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Result....here is to omelette galore.
my heads scrambled
I might just spring for these next time I'm buying eggs. Dunno about 24 though, I like them fresher.
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£1.55 for 12 in Aldi, take a look at the difference -- Aldi a least 20% larger throughout not taking into account the abysmal fresh chicken from Poland that Iceland retail - maybe these are from an alternative source
clubfoot3302/11/2019 17:25

£1.55 for 12 in Aldi, take a look at the difference -- Aldi a least 20% …£1.55 for 12 in Aldi, take a look at the difference -- Aldi a least 20% larger throughout not taking into account the abysmal fresh chicken from Poland that Iceland retail - maybe these are from an alternative source


you measured them have you ?

how ?

size of the shell or the contents ?
clubfoot3302/11/2019 17:25

£1.55 for 12 in Aldi, take a look at the difference -- Aldi a least 20% …£1.55 for 12 in Aldi, take a look at the difference -- Aldi a least 20% larger throughout not taking into account the abysmal fresh chicken from Poland that Iceland retail - maybe these are from an alternative source


You my friend are sorely deluded as to the quality and freshness of Aldi products
Looked like a Sodimm memory offer at first glance!
tinca02/11/2019 17:44

You my friend are sorely deluded as to the quality and freshness of Aldi …You my friend are sorely deluded as to the quality and freshness of Aldi products


how quaint but an obvious response - provide a link any link that shows Aldi eggs being inferior to Iceland, no link - how predictable - the obviously deluded one accusing someone of being deluded
batista02/11/2019 17:32

you measured them have you ?how ?size of the shell or the contents ?



tinca02/11/2019 17:44

You my friend are sorely deluded as to the quality and freshness of Aldi …You my friend are sorely deluded as to the quality and freshness of Aldi products

tinca02/11/2019 17:44

You my friend are sorely deluded as to the quality and freshness of Aldi …You my friend are sorely deluded as to the quality and freshness of Aldi products



how quaint but an obvious response - provide a link any link that shows Aldi eggs being inferior to Iceland, no link - how predictable - the obviously deluded one accusing someone of being deluded
clubfoot3302/11/2019 20:18

how quaint but an obvious response - provide a link any link that shows …how quaint but an obvious response - provide a link any link that shows Aldi eggs being inferior to Iceland, no link - how predictable - the obviously deluded one accusing someone of being deluded


what are you on about

I or anyone else never claimed that Aldi eggs are inferior, no one even mentioned ALDI

you were the first to mention Aldi, in your claim that their eggs are 20% larger and superior

I asked you how do you know this, did you carry out experiments ?, do you have any proof, evidence, information to back up your claim ? It is you who should provide links because only you are disputing / claiming
Edited by: "batista" 3rd Nov
All food should be organic and at the very least free range. Got me ten pence worth in
Edited by: "Tanni4play" 3rd Nov
batista02/11/2019 17:32

you measured them have you ?how ?size of the shell or the contents ?


Weighed them?
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