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Organic Eggs 6 per pack -  £1.25 @ Morrisons (in-store & online)
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Organic Eggs 6 per pack - £1.25 @ Morrisons (in-store & online)

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Posted 18th Aug

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Half a dozen organic eggs at decent prices.

I think they are similar price at Aldi too, if you fancy them more.

Hope it helps someone.
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I Once ate 6 scrambled eggs in one sitting
Same price as Aldi
hlogan18/08/2019 20:19

Same price as Aldi


Indeed and I say so in the post
The standard price of 6 reasonably sized organic eggs at Aldi has been £1.25 for a long time. They'd been out of stock at my local Aldi for months but have been back for quite a while now. Looks like Morrisons is doing a temporary price match.
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MadeDixonsCry18/08/2019 21:30

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Err... Now that's impressive. I find 4 egg scrambled egg quite sufficient!
Hens in summer can be truly "free range" and therefore cheaper to feed; they lay more with the longer daylight hours too. Hence cheaper to produce :-)
What are organic eggs? Seriously, I don't know. Laid by regular hens instead of cyborg hens or what?
harrythefish18/08/2019 20:22

The standard price of 6 reasonably sized organic eggs at Aldi has been …The standard price of 6 reasonably sized organic eggs at Aldi has been £1.25 for a long time. They'd been out of stock at my local Aldi for months but have been back for quite a while now. Looks like Morrisons is doing a temporary price match.



Been this price in Morrisons for at least the last 6 months.
subbafer19/08/2019 07:23

What are organic eggs? Seriously, I don't know. Laid by regular hens …What are organic eggs? Seriously, I don't know. Laid by regular hens instead of cyborg hens or what?



Why don't I have a look for you...

soilassociation.org/org…gs/

...ah, it's "or what"...
Edited by: "meherenow" 19th Aug
if you really must consume animal products, organic is the only way to go for your sake and the animals
Organic eggs it says. Then states Free Range. Where's the soil association logo to prove they are really 'organic'? There isn't one that I can see, so might as well continue buying at my local farm, or if not available I get a FIFTEEN free range at Sainsbury's for just 2 quid. It's hard when buying eggs, just don't buy the 'caged hens' ones. Simples.

As for dtokez comment, I do consume animal products, always have, that's because we are carnivores or to be absolutely specific, facultative carnivores. That means we eat vegan stuff, vegetarian stuff etc as well as meat. You wanna be a veggie, or even vegan, no problem with me. Just DON'T ask me to.
jnigel2619/08/2019 20:34

Organic eggs it says. Then states Free Range. Where's the soil association …Organic eggs it says. Then states Free Range. Where's the soil association logo to prove they are really 'organic'? There isn't one that I can see, so might as well continue buying at my local farm, or if not available I get a FIFTEEN free range at Sainsbury's for just 2 quid. It's hard when buying eggs, just don't buy the 'caged hens' ones. Simples.As for dtokez comment, I do consume animal products, always have, that's because we are carnivores or to be absolutely specific, facultative carnivores. That means we eat vegan stuff, vegetarian stuff etc as well as meat. You wanna be a veggie, or even vegan, no problem with me. Just DON'T ask me to.


I am pretty sure they can’t sell it under the organic label if they don’t comply, surely someone would have taken them to court by now ?
you can get a chikin for less than that mmm
jnigel2619/08/2019 20:34

Organic eggs it says. Then states Free Range. Where's the soil association …Organic eggs it says. Then states Free Range. Where's the soil association logo to prove they are really 'organic'? There isn't one that I can see, so might as well continue buying at my local farm, or if not available I get a FIFTEEN free range at Sainsbury's for just 2 quid. It's hard when buying eggs, just don't buy the 'caged hens' ones. Simples.As for dtokez comment, I do consume animal products, always have, that's because we are carnivores or to be absolutely specific, facultative carnivores. That means we eat vegan stuff, vegetarian stuff etc as well as meat. You wanna be a veggie, or even vegan, no problem with me. Just DON'T ask me to.


You do know that the Soil Association isn't the ONLY body that certifies organic food?

ofgorganic.org/

ec.europa.eu/inf…_en

Both of those logos are on the box (I just checked in my fridge...)
You lot shouldn’t be eating chicken periods. Also free range is a lie. Land of hope & glory 35:50
jnigel2619/08/2019 20:34

Organic eggs it says. Then states Free Range. Where's the soil association …Organic eggs it says. Then states Free Range. Where's the soil association logo to prove they are really 'organic'? There isn't one that I can see, so might as well continue buying at my local farm, or if not available I get a FIFTEEN free range at Sainsbury's for just 2 quid. It's hard when buying eggs, just don't buy the 'caged hens' ones. Simples.As for dtokez comment, I do consume animal products, always have, that's because we are carnivores or to be absolutely specific, facultative carnivores. That means we eat vegan stuff, vegetarian stuff etc as well as meat. You wanna be a veggie, or even vegan, no problem with me. Just DON'T ask me to.


Wow. How can one person fail basic biology so much?

We are not carnivores and never have been.

We are non obligate omnivores. Please do some proper research on human biology before using such silly excuses again.
muon19/08/2019 20:03

if you really must consume animal products, organic is the only way to go …if you really must consume animal products, organic is the only way to go for your sake and the animals


humanemyth.org/cag…htm

Organic still kills spent hens and male chicks.

If people truly cared about animals they'd avoid it all together. It's just buzz words to make people feel less guilty and make them think they're making a difference.

The only "ethical" eggs are those from rescue hens who live out their natural lifespan being loved and well cared for. Even then there's the whole issue of the toll it takes on the hen to lay the eggs due to humans selectively breeding and genetically engineering them to produce far more eggs than is natural.and other issues.
Edited by: "chelonian000" 20th Aug
chelonian00020/08/2019 06:16

http://www.humanemyth.org/cagefree.htmOrganic still kills spent hens and …http://www.humanemyth.org/cagefree.htmOrganic still kills spent hens and male chicks. If people truly cared about animals they'd avoid it all together. It's just buzz words to make people feel less guilty and make them think they're making a difference.The only "ethical" eggs are those from rescue hens who live out their natural lifespan being loved and well cared for. Even then there's the whole issue of the toll it takes on the hen to lay the eggs due to humans selectively breeding and genetically engineering them to produce far more eggs than is natural.and other issues.


Fully aware, I'm vegan. Just pointing out that if people must consume animal products then organic is the best option.
chelonian00020/08/2019 06:09

Wow. How can one person fail basic biology so much?We are not carnivores …Wow. How can one person fail basic biology so much?We are not carnivores and never have been.We are non obligate omnivores. Please do some proper research on human biology before using such silly excuses again.


Can I just add to this by saying that our bodies are made to eat plant products only and no animal products. No omnivore or carnivore has side to side lower jaw movement, only herbivores. Also the intestines of an omnivore or carnivore is roughly 3-6 times the length of their torso, whereas us humans have intestines that are 12-15 times the length of our torso (just like every other herbivore!)
Also the biggest canines of land animals belong to herbivores (rhinos, hippos etc)
The scientific explanation of what canines are is to hold food in a certain position. Our teeth are short and flat to grind our food.
Alec.A20/08/2019 17:51

Can I just add to this by saying that our bodies are made to eat plant …Can I just add to this by saying that our bodies are made to eat plant products only and no animal products. No omnivore or carnivore has side to side lower jaw movement, only herbivores. Also the intestines of an omnivore or carnivore is roughly 3-6 times the length of their torso, whereas us humans have intestines that are 12-15 times the length of our torso (just like every other herbivore!) Also the biggest canines of land animals belong to herbivores (rhinos, hippos etc) The scientific explanation of what canines are is to hold food in a certain position. Our teeth are short and flat to grind our food.


This. I don't know how people can still stand up and argue with the facts. Animal flesh rots in our intestines, no wonder red meat is cancerous.
Ahh the Aldi effect..
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