Birds Eye 16 Vegetable Nuggets 320G - Was £1.99 Now £1.00 @ Tesco Instore and Online

Birds Eye 16 Vegetable Nuggets 320G - Was £1.99 Now £1.00 @ Tesco Instore and Online

Found 10th May 2013
I am not a fan of frozen foods but as a quickie snack these are lovely, not bad £1 for 16.

Made with field fresh vegetables

No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives

Suitable for vegetarians

Vegetable Nuggets in a crisp breadcrumb coating.

We know a thing or two about veggies. After all we've been growing them for 65 years. We have developed our fast harvesting & freezing process to preserve nature's goodness. Our Field Fresh vegetables are picked and frozen within hours to create the perfect taste.

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Working for a sustainable future

At Birds Eye we care about future generations as much as we do about you and your family today. That's why we're driving consumer awareness of sustainable choices and preference through the Forever Food programme.

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Allergy Information
Contains: Wheat, Eggs

Other Information
Additives: Free From Artificial Colours

Additives: Free From Artificial Flavours

Additives: Free From Artificial Preservatives

Recycling Info: Not Recyclable Inner
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Love their veggie fingers, hope these are just as good

Yay something healthy on offer for a change!
I find them to be really greasy
I didnt find these tasty at all!
I prefer chewy Horse Nuggets !!!

Thanks OP ... Hot
Let the children eat chicken you sickos!!
Mmmmm ..Full of carbs ..
Cover them in gravy and they taste great
Total Vegetable content of Nugget is 38% - hmm, better off just eating some, um, vegetables?
Actual vegetables contain 100% vegetables and £1 buys you quite a lot from your local grocers so people aren't buying this or voting for this on nutritional value for money unfortunately :-(
says they have eggs in them. not for me thanks
Thanks OP. Will make a nice change from chicken nuggets or fish fingers when time is short. The Tesco Meat Free range veg fingers and quarter pounders are very nice. Your ones work out cheaper and a brand name.
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