Co op Frozen meal deal starts Now Live - £5
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Co op Frozen meal deal starts Now Live - £5

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Pizza, wedges, garlic bread, onion rings and smarties ice cream all for a £5 or £4.50 if you a nuc card holder like me
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It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the health of the poorest in our communities. These meal deals are a disgrace.
For anyone that would like the alternative products, they are:

Pizza: Goodfellas Big Cheese Takeaway 5391520188749 or Italian Cheese Pizza 5391527072690
Wedges: McCain Wedges 5010228078953 or Co-op Crinkle Chips 5000128687492
Garlic Bread: Co-op Garlic Bread & Cheese 5000128683296 or Co-op Garlic Baguettes 5000128887403
Onion Rings: Co-op Onion Rings 5000128836326 or Co-op Straight Chips 5000128687515
Ice Cream: Smarties Tub 5010238016952 or Cadbury Jelly Popping Candy 5010238017119

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aajax4230th Jan

It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the …It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the health of the poorest in our communities. These meal deals are a disgrace.


I'm among the poorest, and I only have the coop supermarket within 100 miles of my house, yet I don't feel at all pressed into eating poorly. This is because I possess such things as free will and common sense.
Supermarkets work on the premise of supply and demand, they sell what people will buy. It's not the job of the supermarkets to make sure people eat a balanced diet.
Even the smallest of coops sell fruit and vegetables, tins of beans, packets of lentils, oats etc.
It's actually very easy to eat a good diet even on a low budget.
MrFlux00126 m ago

Anyone else come in here expecting a Disney meal deal?


Let it go mate
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Ooh nice one... will use my student discount
Carborama. Watch your weight....
Tip: If you have a Santander bank card you MAY also have a % cashback for spending on it at Co-Op in your "My offers - Retailers Offers" - ie that you have to opt into!
eg I've got 5% back again (same as last month).
Edited by: "mk-donald" 30th Jan
Good deal they need to start subbing the onion rings can only eat so many and they seem to be on every deal.
It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the health of the poorest in our communities. These meal deals are a disgrace.
This is the best deal co-op have done for a long time!
Lovely jubley!!
edamer2 h, 6 m ago

Good deal they need to start subbing the onion rings can only eat so many …Good deal they need to start subbing the onion rings can only eat so many and they seem to be on every deal.


Same as the ice cream would be better to have a apple pie or a fudge cake
aajax422 h, 6 m ago

It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the …It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the health of the poorest in our communities. These meal deals are a disgrace.


You being serious?
aajax422 h, 6 m ago

It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the …It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the health of the poorest in our communities. These meal deals are a disgrace.



Yeah, 'cos it's the only thing they sell of course.
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edamer2 h, 23 m ago

Good deal they need to start subbing the onion rings can only eat so many …Good deal they need to start subbing the onion rings can only eat so many and they seem to be on every deal.


What dip for rings, u recommended?
Co op onion rings are the poorest of them all!
edamer2 h, 44 m ago

Good deal they need to start subbing the onion rings can only eat so many …Good deal they need to start subbing the onion rings can only eat so many and they seem to be on every deal.


They have got the correct size centre for making a Valentines treat for your partner !. 👌
Anyone know what the out of stock substitutions will be? Not a fan of those pizzas
DylonsDad19911 h, 58 m ago

Same as the ice cream would be better to have a apple pie or a fudge cake …Same as the ice cream would be better to have a apple pie or a fudge cake


That's a good point actually why don't they do a family pudding rather than a tub of ice cream, at least its not that cadbury marvelous creations rubbish.
I’m going to have to get a freezer just for the onion rings at this rate.
This food is rats...
For anyone that would like the alternative products, they are:

Pizza: Goodfellas Big Cheese Takeaway 5391520188749 or Italian Cheese Pizza 5391527072690
Wedges: McCain Wedges 5010228078953 or Co-op Crinkle Chips 5000128687492
Garlic Bread: Co-op Garlic Bread & Cheese 5000128683296 or Co-op Garlic Baguettes 5000128887403
Onion Rings: Co-op Onion Rings 5000128836326 or Co-op Straight Chips 5000128687515
Ice Cream: Smarties Tub 5010238016952 or Cadbury Jelly Popping Candy 5010238017119

Swaps must be from same group to work
Argh, why always the onion rings... I’ve got a freezer full from these deals 😡
When does it end?
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dazzyb9349 m ago

Argh, why always the onion rings... I’ve got a freezer full from these d …Argh, why always the onion rings... I’ve got a freezer full from these deals 😡


I know what you mean. I have nothing against onion rings but I almost never have them with anything, where Co Op seems to think people have them with the regularity of chips. Either that or they’ve got a warehouse in Stoke or something that’s literally full of onion rings because someone ordered 1,000,000,000 bags rather than 1,000 due to a slip of the mouse.
aajax4230th Jan

It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the …It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the health of the poorest in our communities. These meal deals are a disgrace.


Alternatively you could buy 5x Bags of £1 Frozen Vegetables, large range in-store including Peas, Carrots, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Sweetcorn, Potatoes and more!
Love a nice healthy meal such as this. Heat added!
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aajax4230th Jan

It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the …It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the health of the poorest in our communities. These meal deals are a disgrace.


I'm among the poorest, and I only have the coop supermarket within 100 miles of my house, yet I don't feel at all pressed into eating poorly. This is because I possess such things as free will and common sense.
Supermarkets work on the premise of supply and demand, they sell what people will buy. It's not the job of the supermarkets to make sure people eat a balanced diet.
Even the smallest of coops sell fruit and vegetables, tins of beans, packets of lentils, oats etc.
It's actually very easy to eat a good diet even on a low budget.
Not exactly healthy options!
aajax4230th Jan

It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the …It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the health of the poorest in our communities. These meal deals are a disgrace.


Unfortunately as people have less and less money, for £5 to feed the family something of a treat its not too bad.
aajax4230th Jan

It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the …It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the health of the poorest in our communities. These meal deals are a disgrace.



My wife & I cook 95% of the meals we eat from scratch. We make the pizza & sauce etc from scratch. Foods from around the world & good old British food, Pies etc, you name it. We always eat fresh veg. Sometimes we buy these meal deals & thoroughly enjoy them for a change. Where is the problem???
Anyone else come in here expecting a Disney meal deal?
aajax4230th Jan

It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the …It seems like co-op are on a mission to fatten and further destroy the health of the poorest in our communities. These meal deals are a disgrace.



It must be really awful for you to be so unable to differentiate between compulsion and choice, though you are making several dubious assumptions:
1// That the poorest in our society shop at the Co-Op (which is clearly a fallacy - for although the Co-Op are a wondrously left-leaning organisation, they are one of the dearest main-stream retailers in the UK) Poorer peoples will do much better shopping in Asda, Lidl, Aldi, Morrisons, Even Waitrose economy brand is cheaper than the Co-Op!!!)

2// That their 'Meal Deal foods are health destroying! (No they are not - providing they are eaten in moderation, and are part of a generally balanced diet.

3// The deals are not disgraceful - (I struggle to understand your definition of disgraceful, to be honest - - the fact that prices have been lowered does not make them disgraceful.)

Jus' sayin'.
MrFlux00126 m ago

Anyone else come in here expecting a Disney meal deal?


Let it go mate
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Mrswitch30th Jan

You being serious?


Who are you? John McEnroe?
deleted18369305th Feb

Who are you? John McEnroe?


You cannot be serious!! Love the bants, keep it coming.
HOTPOT1 h, 11 m ago

My wife & I cook 95% of the meals we eat from scratch. We make the pizza & …My wife & I cook 95% of the meals we eat from scratch. We make the pizza & sauce etc from scratch. Foods from around the world & good old British food, Pies etc, you name it. We always eat fresh veg. Sometimes we buy these meal deals & thoroughly enjoy them for a change. Where is the problem???


My diet is horrendous, can you come round make me a meal.. The state of my wallet is also horrendous, so you'll have to supply the ingredients.... I also have no crockery so you'd have to supply the plates... I also have no cutlery, so again you'd have to supply the cutlery... I also have no house, so my box is after the third daffodil on the right, just past the church... You know where I mean.. C u soon, and thanks
Onion Rings. Ugh! Food bins are full of 'em the country over.
I'll have the chips option.

As for 'unhealthy', as the other person not seen a dry seeded bap with plastic cheese and dead veg and an excuse for 'meat' in presented as 'healthy' by fast food crap places and the added benefit of washing it down with coin-cleaning brown liquid called coke?

Nah, it's a meal (hardly the correct term) 'deal' for a fiver. It saves people money. Nowt wrong with a pizza. Nowt wrong with some garlic bread (keep the mossies at bay!). Nowt wrong with some ice cream. All in moderation and you won't go far wrong. Just keep away for the coin cleaning liquid. Keep away for sugar 'free', cos it's full of artificial crap. Have a pint of 'real' milk, unhomogenised - do you good. Don't be frightened of 'full', it's skimmed and semi that's the crap - and you're still bemused that the weight is not coming off? Save some money with this deal and buy yourself a nutritious piece of steak!
Arggghhhhh, red meat, fat... fat the word that scares the hell out of people today so they don't touch it, yet when they look in the mirror they're fatter than ever! Ever been had? That's why healthy eating is so-called. It's a con! We followed the USA and bingo, obesity rules!
Angri39 m ago

It must be really awful for you to be so unable to differentiate between …It must be really awful for you to be so unable to differentiate between compulsion and choice, though you are making several dubious assumptions:1// That the poorest in our society shop at the Co-Op (which is clearly a fallacy - for although the Co-Op are a wondrously left-leaning organisation, they are one of the dearest main-stream retailers in the UK) Poorer peoples will do much better shopping in Asda, Lidl, Aldi, Morrisons, Even Waitrose economy brand is cheaper than the Co-Op!!!)2// That their 'Meal Deal foods are health destroying! (No they are not - providing they are eaten in moderation, and are part of a generally balanced diet.3// The deals are not disgraceful - (I struggle to understand your definition of disgraceful, to be honest - - the fact that prices have been lowered does not make them disgraceful.)Jus' sayin'.


totally agree, they just sound like the type of narrow minded person who base there opinion on people by how much money they have and as you said co-op is one of the must expensive super markets.
they need to stop reading the daily mail as rich people are just as likely to eat badly than the poorest of us, hell all the well of people i know i unfit fatties

also as others have said its easy to eat healthy on a budget, just arrtgaonts to think all poor people eat badly
Edited by: "Robert.Taylor94" 5th Feb
Mrswitch29 m ago

My diet is horrendous, can you come round make me a meal.. The state of my …My diet is horrendous, can you come round make me a meal.. The state of my wallet is also horrendous, so you'll have to supply the ingredients.... I also have no crockery so you'd have to supply the plates... I also have no cutlery, so again you'd have to supply the cutlery... I also have no house, so my box is after the third daffodil on the right, just past the church... You know where I mean.. C u soon, and thanks



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