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3 x 7" Double Pepperoni Thin Crust Pizza £2 @ Heron
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3 x 7" Double Pepperoni Thin Crust Pizza £2 @ Heron

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Posted 19th Jan

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Double pepperoni thin crust pizza.
Not much more to say really except it's about the best price you will find for them.
They are unbranded & have plenty of pepperoni.
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Is this one example of the restaurant leftover items someone mentioned the other day that Heron Foods sell?
andrewworrall119/01/2020 16:00

Is this one example of the restaurant leftover items someone mentioned the …Is this one example of the restaurant leftover items someone mentioned the other day that Heron Foods sell?



No.
SixtyFive19/01/2020 16:00

No.


What does the packaging look like and are the ingredients clearly listed? I personally would buy unbranded foods but only if the ingredients are present. As well as the best before / use by date.
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 19th Jan
Can't beat that on a budget!!
andrewworrall119/01/2020 16:01

What does the packaging look like and are the ingredients clearly listed? …What does the packaging look like and are the ingredients clearly listed? I personally would buy unbranded foods but only if the ingredients are present. As well as the best before / use by date.



They are individually wrapped inside their outer wrapping.
Ingredients shown in image below.
They are dated till September 2020
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Heron is alright (think it will re-brand as BM food imminently though).

Had a few of their pizza's recently & apart from a tikka one (flaming hot) they have been very good for both price, topping & quality overall.

I've definitely eaten worse from mainstream supermarkets.
They are Morrison's mishaped repackage ones
robbie141219/01/2020 16:45

They are Morrison's mishaped repackage ones


Where is it confirmed to be Morrisons?
Do they come with the take-away box like the one in picture?
Heron food pizzas are great, cheap tasty and with plenty of good quality toppings.
robbie141219/01/2020 16:47

[Image] [Image] 346g


Thanks
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 19th Jan
Which branch of Heron? Their stock seems to vary.
These clearly aren't double pepperoni. You can see from the ingredients that pepperoni is only listed once. Rip off Britain!
Pualle19/01/2020 17:23

These clearly aren't double pepperoni. You can see from the ingredients …These clearly aren't double pepperoni. You can see from the ingredients that pepperoni is only listed once. Rip off Britain!


It is actually.
Pepperoni 7%
mini pepperoni 5%
I feel a heart attack coming on...
Mr_Gus19/01/2020 16:19

Heron is alright (think it will re-brand as BM food imminently though).Had …Heron is alright (think it will re-brand as BM food imminently though).Had a few of their pizza's recently & apart from a tikka one (flaming hot) they have been very good for both price, topping & quality overall.I've definitely eaten worse from mainstream supermarkets.


They've already started rebranding some stores. My mums local Herons food is now a B&m Express.
So 3 pizzas or 3 times the pepperoni.?
stevej198219/01/2020 18:38

They've already started rebranding some stores. My mums local Herons food …They've already started rebranding some stores. My mums local Herons food is now a B&m Express.


I wonder how they'll do my local one - it's across the street from an actual B&M.
baladar19/01/2020 19:03

I wonder how they'll do my local one - it's across the street from an …I wonder how they'll do my local one - it's across the street from an actual B&M.


Well, chances are they will just move the freezers over the road to the "B&M food express" & pile more general stuff in the space it made.
baladar19/01/2020 19:03

I wonder how they'll do my local one - it's across the street from an …I wonder how they'll do my local one - it's across the street from an actual B&M.


That'll be interesting to see.
andrewworrall119/01/2020 16:00

Is this one example of the restaurant leftover items someone mentioned the …Is this one example of the restaurant leftover items someone mentioned the other day that Heron Foods sell?


Whats the restaurant leftover items that you refer to.
dcarrigandc19/01/2020 19:30

Whats the restaurant leftover items that you refer to.


I worded it wrong I think. It's actually excess stock

Someone mentioned the other day in a comment on a different Heron Foods deal that Heron Foods buys excess stock from restaurants and sells it on, unbranded in basic packaging
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 19th Jan
andrewworrall119/01/2020 19:32

I worded it wrong I think. It's actually excess stockSomeone mentioned the …I worded it wrong I think. It's actually excess stockSomeone mentioned the other day in a comment on a different Heron Foods deal that Heron Foods buys excess stock from restaurants and sells it on, unbranded in basic packaging


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Need a Heron in deepest darkest Cornwall...
I love Heron. Most of this kind of stuff is a good brand, the fun is figuring out where it's really from. Recent example was the £4.50 Lidl ready meals they were flogging off in Heron for £2. Bargain.
rapid8519/01/2020 21:11

I love Heron. Most of this kind of stuff is a good brand, the fun is …I love Heron. Most of this kind of stuff is a good brand, the fun is figuring out where it's really from. Recent example was the £4.50 Lidl ready meals they were flogging off in Heron for £2. Bargain.


I agree. I'm still trying to figure out where their chicken nuggets come from that have the MacDonalds taste breading but defo not the chicken middle. Too pink and chewy.
Edited by: "robbie1412" 19th Jan
There's no way anything past the promotional photo comes with that much pepperoni on
robbie141219/01/2020 16:47

[Image] [Image] 346g


I have scanned the barcode on the breaded chicken fillets and it came up as a morrisons product on myfitness pal
andrewworrall119/01/2020 19:32

I worded it wrong I think. It's actually excess stockSomeone mentioned the …I worded it wrong I think. It's actually excess stockSomeone mentioned the other day in a comment on a different Heron Foods deal that Heron Foods buys excess stock from restaurants and sells it on, unbranded in basic packaging


Here's where the "XSell" stuff comes from yearsleyfood.co.uk/rep…ck/
dcarrigandc19/01/2020 19:30

Whats the restaurant leftover items that you refer to.


Think he's talking about Xsell and they of course aren't leftovers, they're products what are either mishaped or over supply in factory, the range is really nice because some of the stuff is made for restaurants, I today had a real nice pizza,I don't know if it was made for a business or made for a standard pizza range but it was a quid and really nice,
The nuggets are basically McDonald's rejects either too small/large but a lot look indentical, the pizza was nice, enough topping but shape the slightest bit off,if you get a handmade pizza you want get a perfect circle either

Also I got some chicken burgers 8 for £1, better than other cheap stuff even expensive frozen chicken burgers,they literally tasted and looked like those McChicken mayo burgers from McDonald's, the expensive ones not the 99p ones, idk if they was but probably, even though I didn't use lettuce, I used very cheap smart price mayo, brioche buns, it reminded me of a McDonald's burger
Idc if it is or isn't,try them, but they're small so you'll need two
Edited by: "Norseg" 31st Jan
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