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The Butcher's Market Class A Fresh Chicken Breast Fillets 2kg £8 at Iceland Online and Instore
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The Butcher's Market Class A Fresh Chicken Breast Fillets 2kg £8 at Iceland Online and Instore

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Posted 16th Jan

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Iceland Frsh chicken fillets 2K for only £8 online and instore
Bought these last week bargain price for 2kg of A grade quality .Lovely plump ,fresh breasts
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Oh my god the whingers are out on force today. The chicken is perfectly OK and tastes great if you don't want it then don't Buy it simples!
chimp14uk16/01/2020 14:28

Ooo! What is H5N8?I can't be bothered to Google it.


The time it took you to ask on here you could have googled it by now.
waterloo16/01/2020 14:39

Iceland chicken doesn't taste of nothing except water.


So it doesn't taste of water then?
carolinemarie18816/01/2020 16:26

No red tractor sign so not even basic farming standards-why would anyone …No red tractor sign so not even basic farming standards-why would anyone eat that type of food or give it to their children? I would rather eat less meat and know the animal has been humanely looked after.


I’m going to go out on a limb here, but I’m guessing that people who buy meat like this don’t generally care about tractor signs, disgusting practices and quality.
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With the amount of fresh outbreaks of H5N8 in Poland I think I'd give these a miss!
virgil4716/01/2020 14:21

With the amount of fresh outbreaks of H5N8 in Poland I think I'd give …With the amount of fresh outbreaks of H5N8 in Poland I think I'd give these a miss!


Ooo! What is H5N8?
I can't be bothered to Google it.
chimp14uk16/01/2020 14:28

Ooo! What is H5N8?I can't be bothered to Google it.


The time it took you to ask on here you could have googled it by now.
waterloo16/01/2020 14:31

The time it took you to ask on here you could have googled it by now.


Yeah, I know
Iceland chicken doesnt taste the best,asda or aldi well better.
These are often on offer for 2 for £15
I am sorry but Class A and iceland dont go together
John_Atkin16/01/2020 14:35

Iceland chicken doesnt taste the best,asda or aldi well better.


Iceland chicken doesn't taste of nothing except water.
Ok then will hit buy it.
waterloo16/01/2020 14:39

Iceland chicken doesn't taste of nothing except water.


So it doesn't taste of water then?
Aldi has it on offer at £7.99 for 2kg as well from today.
Oh my god the whingers are out on force today. The chicken is perfectly OK and tastes great if you don't want it then don't Buy it simples!
Is it injected full of saline solloution though?

So maybe they should put 1.5kg chicken and 500g bull***t

I don't know.
wendyak16/01/2020 14:39

These are often on offer for 2 for £15



No They are not I buy from iceland every week !
Farmfoods do 3kg for £10. I normally buy 9kg and use the print out voucher for £2 off. Equates to just over £3 a kilo.

That being said they are frozen but I find them good quality.

Don't buy the diced ones. They are rank and come from a different supplier apparently.
With around 1KG of water , 1KG of chicken
if only it wasn't #veganuary
Argyll6816/01/2020 15:57

Farmfoods do 3kg for £10. I normally buy 9kg and use the print out voucher …Farmfoods do 3kg for £10. I normally buy 9kg and use the print out voucher for £2 off. Equates to just over £3 a kilo.That being said they are frozen but I find them good quality.Don't buy the diced ones. They are rank and come from a different supplier apparently.


Do they have added water at all?
Never bought chicken from farmfoods
spd.x.216/01/2020 16:21

Do they have added water at all?Never bought chicken from farmfoods


I'm not sure but I like them. I used to order my chicken from Westin Gourmet or Musclefood but I find Farmfoods the same quality.
No red tractor sign so not even basic farming standards-why would anyone eat that type of food or give it to their children? I would rather eat less meat and know the animal has been humanely looked after.
carolinemarie18816/01/2020 16:26

No red tractor sign so not even basic farming standards-why would anyone …No red tractor sign so not even basic farming standards-why would anyone eat that type of food or give it to their children? I would rather eat less meat and know the animal has been humanely looked after.


I’m going to go out on a limb here, but I’m guessing that people who buy meat like this don’t generally care about tractor signs, disgusting practices and quality.
Alexcolvill16/01/2020 15:01

Is it injected full of saline solloution though?So maybe they should put …Is it injected full of saline solloution though?So maybe they should put 1.5kg chicken and 500g bull***tI don't know.


It would legally have to be listed on the packaging if it had added water. People think every meat has added water what they fail to realise is that meat is made of water so of course when you cook it water is going to be released.
Are these vegan?
Alexcolvill16/01/2020 15:01

Is it injected full of saline solloution though?So maybe they should put …Is it injected full of saline solloution though?So maybe they should put 1.5kg chicken and 500g bull***tI don't know.


Saline solution is made out of WHAT?
That does not sound sanitary at all.
Sympha16/01/2020 16:42

It would legally have to be listed on the packaging if it had added water. …It would legally have to be listed on the packaging if it had added water. People think every meat has added water what they fail to realise is that meat is made of water so of course when you cook it water is going to be released.


So how come when buying from butcher there is hardly any water released during cooking. Also I don't remember that amount of water released during cooking back in the 70s 80s.
Sympha16/01/2020 16:42

It would legally have to be listed on the packaging if it had added water. …It would legally have to be listed on the packaging if it had added water. People think every meat has added water what they fail to realise is that meat is made of water so of course when you cook it water is going to be released.


Not necessarily. It’s a grey area. If the meat still resembles the named product, they can get away with saying the water was added in preparation without listing it.
without doubt, awful - in fact on the awful scale only Farmfoods comes close and unsurprisingly also from Poland
chimp14uk16/01/2020 14:28

Ooo! What is H5N8?I can't be bothered to Google it.


H5N8 is a subtype of the Influenza A virus. Although H5N8 is considered one of the less pathogenic subtypes for humans, it is beginning to become more pathogenic. H5N8 has previously been used in place of the highly pathogenic H1N1 in studies
What's Costco prices?
drtongue16/01/2020 19:16

H5N8 is a subtype of the Influenza A virus. Although H5N8 is considered …H5N8 is a subtype of the Influenza A virus. Although H5N8 is considered one of the less pathogenic subtypes for humans, it is beginning to become more pathogenic. H5N8 has previously been used in place of the highly pathogenic H1N1 in studies


Thanks for that.
from what i can gather it is not a legal requirement to list water as an added ingredient
in fact what is not widely known is that defrosting and cooking Farmfoods chicken is contributing to a rise in sea levels, ask Greta
clubfoot3316/01/2020 20:02

what is not widely known is that defrosting and cooking Farmfoods chicken …what is not widely known is that defrosting and cooking Farmfoods chicken is contributing to a rise in sea levels, ask Greta


Not if you drink the water after thawing!
carolinemarie18816/01/2020 16:26

No red tractor sign so not even basic farming standards-why would anyone …No red tractor sign so not even basic farming standards-why would anyone eat that type of food or give it to their children? I would rather eat less meat and know the animal has been humanely looked after.


Great if you can afford to be fussy. Many families cannot.
Freshly frozen.
georgesvalch17/01/2020 06:11

Freshly frozen.


Its not frozen


Really rank polish chicken though and disgusting animal welfare standards
Argyll6816/01/2020 20:35

Great if you can afford to be fussy. Many families cannot.


It’s hardly about “affording to be fussy”, I am cautious about what I buy and give to my children. I would prefer to buy food with higher welfare standards and buy less of it. I often buy decent meat when it’s been reduced and freeze it. I worry about antibiotic resistance etc where animals are pumped with antibiotics- I think we are heading for a crisis due to people eating this sort of rubbish because it’s cheap.
carolinemarie18818/01/2020 08:43

It’s hardly about “affording to be fussy”, I am cautious about what I buy a …It’s hardly about “affording to be fussy”, I am cautious about what I buy and give to my children. I would prefer to buy food with higher welfare standards and buy less of it. I often buy decent meat when it’s been reduced and freeze it. I worry about antibiotic resistance etc where animals are pumped with antibiotics- I think we are heading for a crisis due to people eating this sort of rubbish because it’s cheap.


As I said it's great to be in a position where you can afford to be fussy. Many can't.
Argyll6818/01/2020 10:37

As I said it's great to be in a position where you can afford to be fussy. …As I said it's great to be in a position where you can afford to be fussy. Many can't.



No reason for ANYONE to buy this rubbish, whatever their circumstances!

So much British poultry available only pennies more expensive (If you can't afford breast, use thigh, simples!!) or use less meat and make the meal go further with more vegetables, use chickpeas, or similar!
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