Foxwood Premium Chicken Nuggets 2kg for £7.99 @ Costco
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Foxwood Premium Chicken Nuggets 2kg for £7.99 @ Costco

£7.99£10.2922%Costco Deals
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Posted 12th Oct
Save £2.30 on this large pack of premium chicken nuggets

2kg for £7.99 inc vat (Normal price £10.29)

Offer is available in Costco Warehouses starting from 14/10

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Individual pieces of chicken breast fillet coated in a crispy golden breadcrumb
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Niz12/10/2019 21:12

Some people don't want a prayer to be said their nuggets.


Oh right , I get ya , like the EDL
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These are brilliant nuggets

pure chicken breast.

best I’ve had, great deal
they are indeed really nice, however, made in Thailand....i usually only buy Britsih chicken now - certainly when fresh or ready cooked -but these are so nice I do make an exception
These are really good Tried them a while ago with Nandos Perinaise and makes for a nice snack
Can’t comment as haven’t had them since. Obviously can’t say anymore incase mods ban me!
pidgeofcdf12/10/2019 16:03

Can’t comment as haven’t had them since. Obviously can’t say anymore incas …Can’t comment as haven’t had them since. Obviously can’t say anymore incase mods ban me!


What's halal got to do with the deal tho ? A deals a deal regardless
Maybe because some consumers would prefer to know either way, and the comments section provides an opportunity for others to provide extra information and er, comments
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 12th Oct
whats the content of meat ?i know its breast but i usually make my own
Won't buy halal meat most of costcos are
saf_khan12/10/2019 20:19

Why not ?


Some people don't want a prayer to be said their nuggets.
Niz12/10/2019 21:12

Some people don't want a prayer to be said their nuggets.


Oh right , I get ya , like the EDL
mgk12/10/2019 14:39

they are indeed really nice, however, made in Thailand....i usually only …they are indeed really nice, however, made in Thailand....i usually only buy Britsih chicken now - certainly when fresh or ready cooked -but these are so nice I do make an exception



independent.co.uk/lif…tml
İs it kosher?
spruceyb12/10/2019 22:25

https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/thai-chicken-better-than-most-british-production-says-rspca-2124580.html


Interesting read that and does address to a some extent one of my concerned. However, I don't give it too much credibility - I find it highly unlikely that an RSPCA visit showed the full extent of Thai chicken production. Also didn't know they were biggest exporter which must be a good sign too.

UK has standards and they will largely be adhered to and TBH I'm fine with those standards.
I like to supoort UK farming industry
I don't like the idea of unnecessary food miles methods ( that extends beyond chicken)
Lots of imported chicken is bulked up

These are frozen so I don't mind as much, I have no problem with king prawns coming from.thailand as they have to be imported but the pre cooked fridged chicken that comes from outside UK just really puts me off to the point I won't buy it anymore
What hope is there for British farmers when people would prefer to buy their chicken from the Far East with minimal animal standards. Even McDonalds use chicken from UK farms
saf_khan12/10/2019 21:14

Oh right , I get ya , like the EDL



Unbelievably ignorant
codge13/10/2019 10:18

What hope is there for British farmers when people would prefer to buy …What hope is there for British farmers when people would prefer to buy their chicken from the Far East with minimal animal standards. Even McDonalds use chicken from UK farms


Read, the article I replied to mgk. The Thai standards are higher than those in the UK.

McDonalds get there Chicken from UK, Holland, France, Brazil and Thailand. However I'd estimate that the EU procured chicken is a very small percentage.
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