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Debbie & Andrew's Harrogate (97% Pork) Sausages (6 per pack - 400g) (Wheat, Gluten & Dairy FREE) was £3.00 for one pack of 6 sausages now £2.00 until Sunday 1st January @ Morrisons
Debbie & Andrew's Harrogate (97% Pork) Sausages (6 per pack - 400g) (Wheat, Gluten & Dairy FREE) was £3.00 for one pack of 6 sausages now £2.00 until Sunday 1st January @ Morrisons

Debbie & Andrew's Harrogate (97% Pork) Sausages (6 per pack - 400g) (Wheat, Gluten & Dairy FREE) was £3.00 for one pack of 6 sausages now £2.00 until Sunday 1st January @ Morrisons

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Debbie & Andrew's Harrogate (97% Pork) Sausages (6 per pack - 400g) (Wheat, Gluten & Dairy FREE) was £3.00 for one pack of 6 sausages now £2.00 until Sunday 1st January

6 British 97% pork sausages made with really lean pork shoulder and prime pork belly, well seasoned with a dash of white balsamic vinegar

debbie&andrew's,
W A Turner,
Broadwater Lane,
Tunbridge Wells,
Kent,
TN2 5RD.
Consumer careline: 0800 0234 503
[email protected]debbieandandrews.co.uk
debbieandandrews.co.uk

12 Comments

Good find...
If you are after a bulk buy, you can get 6 packs for £9 on their website.
Using code: ADVENT9FLASH

For today only, 40% off orders above £15

However delivery is £8.88
Edited by: "jai47" 9th Dec 2016

I have been paying this price for a few weeks now from Amazon Fresh/Prime Now.

But no longer really Debbie & Andrew. I think they're Heck now.

I've bought these before and didn't think too much of them - but was quite impressed with Waitrose 6 venison & British pork sausages 380g (currently 2 for £5)
waitrose.com/sho…ges

cold, no gluten

qbs

But no longer really Debbie & Andrew. I think they're Heck now.



​They sold out to J.J. Tranter who in turn sold the company to Vion, a Dutch large scale meat producer, who moved production to Scotland and wouldn't let them buy the name back. They decided, what the heck, and started again. Hence the new name.

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​They sold out to J.J. Tranter who in turn sold the company to Vion, a D … ​They sold out to J.J. Tranter who in turn sold the company to Vion, a Dutch large scale meat producer, who moved production to Scotland and wouldn't let them buy the name back. They decided, what the heck, and started again. Hence the new name.


Sadly for D&A, Heck doesn't have the same image or penetration that Debbie and Andrew's has. But they're far better bangers if you can find them.

they are rank! bought for my partner who loves sausages and even he didn't like them. would rather have 100℅ pork and just get a chop.

Heat, lovely sausages!

what people are missing is that these are gluten free - and the suggested Waitrose ones arent. They may not be the best sausages in the world but for gluten free ones they are pretty good value. Voted sizzling.

can make own sausages which are nicer and cheaper if you want gluten free

These are good, tasty sausages. Good price as well.
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