Birds Eye Crispy Chicken was £2.09 NOW £0.52P at co-op
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Birds Eye Crispy Chicken was £2.09 NOW £0.52P at co-op

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Found 28th May 2014
Just been to my local co-op and seen this on offer

best ive seen before was £1 from asda

23 Comments

hum cheaper then the 4 one from tesco , heat added!

Suspect this is local only deal as I'm sure they'd advertise if it was 75% off.

Original Poster

Just been to my other local and that's the same price

Both in west bridgford notts

Wild chicken chase !! X)

Monkeybumcheeks

Wild chicken chase !! X)



Oh pluck off...

I'm off to feather my nest....

How can they do it so cheap?

clearance line..limited availability. differentstores.
going back to mine to reduce all clearance lines by 75%!

It's mostly water, reformed chicken, and all the transfats and antibiotics they can muster to get its weight up. If I had kids I certainly would never feed them this.

shak

How can they do it so cheap?



You mean "cheep" ?

shak

How can they do it so cheap?

Why u interested voz its harm!

af191

Why u interested voz its harm!

It's haram

seems a good deal these taste great with some BBQ sauce standard. Gotta check if this is nationwide, heat reserved until confirmed

dancedar

It's mostly water, reformed chicken, and all the transfats and … It's mostly water, reformed chicken, and all the transfats and antibiotics they can muster to get its weight up. If I had kids I certainly would never feed them this.



Bah humbug! lol

2 pack was 86p in tesco the other week. Now they have removed them and are doing a deal on the 4 pack but I've forgotten the price of that.

af191

It's haram



What the heck is that?

shak

What the heck is that?

basically it's crap pal!

dancedar

It's mostly water, reformed chicken, and all the transfats and … It's mostly water, reformed chicken, and all the transfats and antibiotics they can muster to get its weight up. If I had kids I certainly would never feed them this.

Not all of use can farm our own chickens and i suppose you have your own farm for everything you eat?

Niz

Not all of use can farm our own chickens and i suppose you have your own … Not all of use can farm our own chickens and i suppose you have your own farm for everything you eat?



Nope, I just eat real food. Eat all the chemicals you want, I used to, sugar too. But it's not food in the nutritionally-dense, nourishing fuel we need. I'd rather pay financially now than pay with my health later. And it's a test to justify spending more, but I feel it's worth it in the long run.

dancedar

Nope, I just eat real food. Eat all the chemicals you want, I used to, … Nope, I just eat real food. Eat all the chemicals you want, I used to, sugar too. But it's not food in the nutritionally-dense, nourishing fuel we need. I'd rather pay financially now than pay with my health later. And it's a test to justify spending more, but I feel it's worth it in the long run.

my point was that you wouldn't know if the "real" food you're buying also contains antibiotics, chemicals and other things you find unacceptable.

Banned

shak

How can they do it so cheap?



It's not cheap.

Do you have any grasp at all how cheaply supermarkets buy food for? The markups and profit margins are extremely high. Even at this price the profit is decent.

Was it priced at that price?

Mine was still at £1.75 with no stickers.

And it's not "mostly water" otherwise they'd be called "Birds Eye Crispy Water".

If you read the ingredients you'll see the meat part (i.e. not the coating) is 100% chicken breast.
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