Cheap pork chops 250g - £1.25 @ Asda
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Cheap pork chops 250g - £1.25 @ Asda

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Found 22nd Mar 2017
Cracker from Asda..

Juicy pork chops from Asda. Made from prime cuts of meat. 4 pieces supplied.. completely fresh...

Fresh pork used.. 4 day lifespan

Usually £1.50, currently £1.25.

These are very versalite and can be stewed, roasted or deep fried. Free range sourced..

They are also low in fat.

Hurry, while stocks last.

Thanks..
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Neither stated as organic or free range.
Not even a particularly amazing price at £5perkg
How many pieces do u get?
Free range? No such claim made by Asda
Banned
cold.
Original Poster
mooimeid_ash

How many pieces do u get?



4 as stated ..

Kind regards
Original Poster
nihcaj

Free range? No such claim made by Asda



Looks like a beef joint
SuffolkLad222

Looks like a beef joint


It is! X)
False description and false picture!
"Where's the beef?"

MM
Original Poster
Mire.Mare

"Where's the beef?"MM



It's not beef.. It's pork..

Kind regards
Edited by: "firstofficer" 22nd Mar 2017
Original Poster
andyb83

False description and false picture!



The deal actually exists.. click the link. the picture was a stock photo

Kind regards
firstofficer

The deal actually exists.. click the link. the picture was a stock photo … The deal actually exists.. click the link. the picture was a stock photo Kind regards



The "deal" you describe does not though - there are no free range pork chops for that price. For standard pork chops, which is what these are, you can beat that elsewhere eg Morrisons £4.76 /kg, Tesco £3.20 /kg
Original Poster
nihcaj

The "deal" you describe does not though - there are no free range pork … The "deal" you describe does not though - there are no free range pork chops for that price. For standard pork chops, which is what these are, you can beat that elsewhere eg Morrisons £4.76 /kg, Tesco £3.20 /kg



Actually, free range only applied to eggs not pork. Organically sourced may be a better phrase..

i'll get my coat..
firstofficer

Actually, free range only applied to eggs not pork. Organically sourced … Actually, free range only applied to eggs not pork. Organically sourced may be a better phrase..i'll get my coat..



It's hanging up over there! ;-)

Free range certainly can apply to pork too.
firstofficer

The deal actually exists.. click the link. the picture was a stock photo … The deal actually exists.. click the link. the picture was a stock photo Kind regards



​It doesn't. Not as described.
Original Poster
Why so cold in here?
firstofficer

It's not beef.. It's pork.. Kind regards



"Where's the beef?" (an all-purpose phrase questioning the substance of an idea, event or product)

MM
Edited by: "Mire.Mare" 23rd Mar 2017
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Mire.Mare

"Where's the beef?" (an all-purpose phrase questioning the substance of … "Where's the beef?" (an all-purpose phrase questioning the substance of an idea, event or product)MM



Gotcha.. !! Pun ignored..

Kind regards..
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