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Coop Frozen Meal Deal 6 items £5 (8 Fish Fingers /  4 Chicken Burgers / 2 Crispy Chicken / Alphabites / Garden Peas / Fab Ice Lollies x 6)
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Coop Frozen Meal Deal 6 items £5 (8 Fish Fingers / 4 Chicken Burgers / 2 Crispy Chicken / Alphabites / Garden Peas / Fab Ice Lollies x 6)

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Posted 18th Jun

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co ops meal deal starts on the 19/6 chicken burger, chargrills, fish fingers, peas, potato alphabets and fab lollies all for £5
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Offer valid from 19th June – 9th July when purchasing the following 6 products
  • Birds Eye 8 Fish Fingers 224g,
  • Birds Eye 4 Chicken Burgers 200g,
  • Birds Eye 2 Crispy Chicken 170g,
  • Birds Eye Alphabites 456g,
  • Co-op British Garden Peas 400g and
  • Nestlé Fab Ice Lollies 6x58ml
In one transaction. Subject to availability, participating stores only.


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Good grief, the comments under this post are ridiculous. It’s an offer for a food deal; which may be of use to many people. There are kids out there that do all sorts of activities, eg football, gymnastics and parents that have to taxi them around so sometimes, something quick and cheap like this is ideal fast food that you can put in the oven and leave. I’ve been there, along with many other parents.
And as for your comment FamGuy ‘no one ever got diabetes, high cholesterol or heart conditions from fruit or veg’ that’s wholly inaccurate and the most ridiculous thing to state in an attempt to get your point across.

If you don’t like the deal, that’s fine but don’t use the post to tell people how and what to eat.
Just don’t vote it hot, don’t comment and move on.
Edited by: "CalamitySue" 19th Jun
Apart from the peas, this looks like a list of things Jamie Oliver would ban from school meals
And FamGuy - if you’re such a clean living healthy person, who objects to anything remotely ‘unclean’ why did you previously post a deal for Domino’s ?
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Apart from the peas, this looks like a list of things Jamie Oliver would ban from school meals
Luckily my co-op doesn't offer this healthy deal!

Amazing that Co-op bang the drum so loudly about changing eating habits and then push these deals.

Personal choice. But I wouldn't touch most of this stuff anymore. Good for students though.
DealJourno19/06/2019 06:55

Luckily my co-op doesn't offer this healthy deal!Amazing that Co-op bang …Luckily my co-op doesn't offer this healthy deal!Amazing that Co-op bang the drum so loudly about changing eating habits and then push these deals.Personal choice. But I wouldn't touch most of this stuff anymore. Good for students though.


Yeah, I suppose it would help to soak the alcohol up.
davidclack19/06/2019 05:57

Apart from the peas, this looks like a list of things Jamie Oliver would …Apart from the peas, this looks like a list of things Jamie Oliver would ban from school meals


The best stuff then
That’s a lot for £5
Damn co-op, you is fat.
I love their meal deals it’s a perfect Friday night tea treat or a play date treat
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Obesity is caused by the quanity people eat, and the lack of exercise people do, not the quality of food.
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I get what your saying. But scientifically you put on weight when you are in a calorie surplus. Regardless of the food. If you ate enough fruit and veg and go into a calorie surplus you would put on weight. If I only have a processed chicken burger and and some fish fingers but remain in a calorie deficit I would lose weight.

Of course nutrient rich food and unprocessed food is better for your overall health, But that doesnt make you obese.
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Good grief, the comments under this post are ridiculous. It’s an offer for a food deal; which may be of use to many people. There are kids out there that do all sorts of activities, eg football, gymnastics and parents that have to taxi them around so sometimes, something quick and cheap like this is ideal fast food that you can put in the oven and leave. I’ve been there, along with many other parents.
And as for your comment FamGuy ‘no one ever got diabetes, high cholesterol or heart conditions from fruit or veg’ that’s wholly inaccurate and the most ridiculous thing to state in an attempt to get your point across.

If you don’t like the deal, that’s fine but don’t use the post to tell people how and what to eat.
Just don’t vote it hot, don’t comment and move on.
Edited by: "CalamitySue" 19th Jun
I do like there chicken burgers....
CalamitySue19/06/2019 12:48

Good grief, the comments under this post are ridiculous. It’s an offer for …Good grief, the comments under this post are ridiculous. It’s an offer for a food deal; which may be of use to many people. There are kids out there that do all sorts of activities, eg football, gymnastics and parents that have to taxi them around so sometimes, something quick and cheap like this is ideal fast food that you can put in the oven and leave. I’ve been there, along with many other parents.And as for your comment FamGuy ‘no one ever got diabetes, high cholesterol or heart conditions from fruit or veg’ that’s wholly inaccurate and the most ridiculous thing to state in an attempt to get your point across.If you don’t like the deal, that’s fine but don’t use the post to tell people how and what to eat.Just don’t vote it hot, don’t comment and move on.


Agreed
Lol imagine feeding your kids that... down vote from me
Never mind feeding it to the kids, that's 4 meals for me this week!
It's not what I Iike but it is a cheap meal deal and there are plenty of pensioners and low income families that will be better off for it. Voted hot..
Edited by: "dippyem" 19th Jun
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Chicken burgers and fish fingers aren't even particularly bad for you. They have a decent amount of protein, average fat (not high), and low in sugar, average salt.

I bet a Chicken burger, alphabites and peas washed down with a fab lolly for pudding is a better meal for you than many things you could eat... Not many calories either!
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Your quite right but sometimes people slip.. C'mon... You prepare a pot noolde mid week don't you.. Or maybe ping that microwave once in a while.
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Ugh. Yet choice still remains. People choose to buy this. Maybe its education?
snappyfish19/06/2019 12:51

What do you eat?


He eats attention. Generally negative I think.
No good for vegetarians
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Great. We've moved onto personal digs. My life , my diet, and my weight and my BMI is great, thanks. I run in lunch breaks at work, and cycle lots at the weekend, plus gym and am in great shape.
But unlike you I can spare a thought for those that can't live a life like me. I sympathise with them rather than attack them, like you do. You're a bigot.
Am I the only one who thinks this deal
Isn’t that great?? U can get all those items for £1, you are basically getting the peas for free!
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But that is exactly what you are doing. Entirely unwarranted and unnecessary. Keep your vile comments to yourself.
Have flagged this thread to mods, the spew coming from the healthy eating brigade pushing their agenda is detracting from this deal.

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I'm not embarrassing myself in the slightest Katie. However on the contrary you are doing a sterling job of making yourself out to be a bigot.

The only ludicrous thing here is your inability to comprehend not everyone has the same life as you. As I've said, I am not a carer, or a single parent, but I can sympathize with those who are, and have seen the struggles people actually go through.

Put the tabloids down, the daily mail is mostly fake news.
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A liar? Really? So narrow minded. We all know 15 minutes is not a reality. Dear good god you have such a tainted view.
Ye gods. This place is an utter joke. Gone are the days on voting whether a price is cheap or not.
It's all about telling people what to do, how to live their lives and how to spend their money.
It's a money saving site - GET A LIFE PEOPLE.
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Do you have high blood pressure with all this ranting !! Chill have a fab lolly and relax
Deals with frozen peas unfortunately means no from me. Great deal but I'd never eat them.
You’re all so healthy on here you must never eat anything with fat in it
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snappyfish19/06/2019 14:04

Your quite right but sometimes people slip.. C'mon... You prepare a pot …Your quite right but sometimes people slip.. C'mon... You prepare a pot noolde mid week don't you.. Or maybe ping that microwave once in a while.


No, I would only eat such foods as a matter of survival, never by choice or convenience, because once people justify indulging once it becomes easier to indulge a second time, then it becomes a regular habit. Junk food is designed to be addictive.
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No, I would only eat such foods as a matter of survival, never by choice …No, I would only eat such foods as a matter of survival, never by choice or convenience, because once people justify indulging once it becomes easier to indulge a second time, then it becomes a regular habit. Junk food is designed to be addictive.


Mate, Chill it was a joke.
Some people on here clearly need to get out more and whilst they’re out, consider not judging others until you’ve physically walked in their shoes. If you chose to eat healthy food every single day, that’s your choice. Don’t force your views on other people. It’s rude and it’s patronising.
Obviously when you are ‘getting out more’ though, don’t go to the co-op...
And FamGuy - if you’re such a clean living healthy person, who objects to anything remotely ‘unclean’ why did you previously post a deal for Domino’s ?
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