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Gluten Free Chicken Goujons now 56p at Co-operative Nottingham
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Gluten Free Chicken Goujons now 56p at Co-operative Nottingham

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Posted 27th JanAvailable: East Midlands (Nottingham)

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COOP Gluten free Chicken Goujons and Chilli cheese bites each reduced from £2.20 each to £0.56 p each !
Cheese pack says 12 inside and Chicken average is 10.
There were quite a few left of each in the West Bridgford COOP, would imagine it's nationwide IF they have them in stock.
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Great price but they are not pleasant to eat.
coldpop27/01/2020 16:59

Great price but they are not pleasant to eat.


Would it be more pleasant @ £2 each?
I've just tried them and they don't seem any different to coop normal chicken Goujons... Personal taste.
georgia200627/01/2020 18:01

I've just tried them and they don't seem any different to coop normal …I've just tried them and they don't seem any different to coop normal chicken Goujons... Personal taste.


Or lack of.
naz923627/01/2020 17:36

Would it be more pleasant @ £2 each?


Probably. M&S gluten free goujons are much nicer.
Nice find - thanks. I'll look tomorrow!
Are these better than Goujon John's Goujons?
Gluten free nonsense.
naqvial28/01/2020 08:23

Gluten free nonsense.


I’m looking forward to hearing how you came to this wise and informed opinion?
coldpop28/01/2020 08:47

I’m looking forward to hearing how you came to this wise and informed o …I’m looking forward to hearing how you came to this wise and informed opinion?


Look, if you're eating heavily processed meat reared on battery farms, injected with hormones. The last thing you need to worry wbout is whether it is gluton free or not.
naqvial28/01/2020 08:48

Look, if you're eating heavily processed meat reared on battery farms, …Look, if you're eating heavily processed meat reared on battery farms, injected with hormones. The last thing you need to worry wbout is whether it is gluton free or not.


Whilst I agree that any processed foods are basically rubbish, speaking as someone with coeliac disease, you couldn’t be more incorrect. If you don’t understand gluten or how harmful it can’t be, maybe educate yourself before commenting? It’s not a fad or trend, it’s a medical condition and a recognised allergy. I prepare all of my foods at home and I don’t buy foods that aren’t naturally free of gluten, but I will always test GF foods from shops to see what they’re like. These are pretty awful, but it’s still important that GF food is available to those with tight budgets. So, really, the only nonsense in this case was your original comment.
coldpop28/01/2020 08:55

Whilst I agree that any processed foods are basically rubbish, speaking as …Whilst I agree that any processed foods are basically rubbish, speaking as someone with coeliac disease, you couldn’t be more incorrect. If you don’t understand gluten or how harmful it can’t be, maybe educate yourself before commenting? It’s not a fad or trend, it’s a medical condition and a recognised allergy. I prepare all of my foods at home and I don’t buy foods that aren’t naturally free of gluten, but I will always test GF foods from shops to see what they’re like. These are pretty awful, but it’s still important that GF food is available to those with tight budgets. So, really, the only nonsense in this case was your original comment.


Well, you've educated me so I'll take my comment back.
naqvial28/01/2020 09:06

Well, you've educated me so I'll take my comment back.


Cheers, however, for the most part you’re correct, processed foods especially meats are pretty dreadful.
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