FREE : Richmond Thick Reduced Salt And Fat Sausages (£2.50) @ Tesco and CheckOutSmart
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FREE : Richmond Thick Reduced Salt And Fat Sausages (£2.50) @ Tesco and CheckOutSmart

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Found 16th AprEdited by:"matwalaboy"
CheckoutSmart are offering the Sausages FREE/100% cashback today - when bought in store at Tesco and receipt uploaded using the app/website.

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It usually sells for £2.50.

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Reduced meat sausages.
Still too expensive!

Glad to see they've reduced the salt and fat to match the reduced meat content. Wonder what they've replaced the salt and fat with? Probably skin and eyes!!
These are worse than dog food
Ughhh I wouldn't feed these to my dog
YoullNeverBanMe8 m ago

Ughhh I wouldn't feed these to my dog


On second thoughts, they come out of a dog. Cycled over one yesterday.
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Pork (52%), Water, Rusk (Wheat), Potato Starch, Soya Protein, Less than 2%: Salt, Yeast Extract, Flavourings, Stabilisers: Diphosphates, Guar Gum*, Sodium Alginate; Antioxidants: Vitamins C & E; Preservative: Sodium Metabisulphite**; Colour: Cochineal, Casings made from Beef Collagen


Cochineal - squashed bugs
Beef Collagen - probably cattle skin
Disgusting
paul.jacobs1 h, 7 m ago

Pork (52%), Water, Rusk (Wheat), Potato Starch, Soya Protein, Less than …Pork (52%), Water, Rusk (Wheat), Potato Starch, Soya Protein, Less than 2%: Salt, Yeast Extract, Flavourings, Stabilisers: Diphosphates, Guar Gum*, Sodium Alginate; Antioxidants: Vitamins C & E; Preservative: Sodium Metabisulphite**; Colour: Cochineal, Casings made from Beef CollagenCochineal - squashed bugsBeef Collagen - probably cattle skin


Cochineal is one of the more natural ingredients in these sausages!
I say this every time but I can't believe people eat Richmond sausages.

Supermarket own brand sausages have more meat in them than these!
Guar gum. Yum.

Would never buy these, even if free.
finnmaccool3 h, 30 m ago

These are worse than dog food



Do you eat a lot of dog food?
Thanks OP, paired this with the the 650ml free bottle of Amstel also available from Tesco.
Edited by: "will.duddle" 16th Apr
No need for bread to make your sandwich, the wheat is included free of charge.
paul.jacobs7 h, 58 m ago

Pork (52%), Water, Rusk (Wheat), Potato Starch, Soya Protein, Less than …Pork (52%), Water, Rusk (Wheat), Potato Starch, Soya Protein, Less than 2%: Salt, Yeast Extract, Flavourings, Stabilisers: Diphosphates, Guar Gum*, Sodium Alginate; Antioxidants: Vitamins C & E; Preservative: Sodium Metabisulphite**; Colour: Cochineal, Casings made from Beef CollagenCochineal - squashed bugsBeef Collagen - probably cattle skin


How in this day and age can we not make sausages without using insects surely it's not needed
Hey behave people I make these sausage with my chest high and pride, so show some respect please
Edited by: "deanoboy80" 16th Apr
52%... Pork, States this on Tesco
..... Ingredients
Pork (42%), Water, Pork Fat, Rusk (Wheat), Wheat Starch, Soya Protein, Less than 2%: Salt, Flavourings, Stabilisers: Diphosphates, Guar Gum*, Antioxidants: Vitamins C & E, Preservative: Sodium Metabisulphite**, Colour: Cochineal, * A plant extract that helps keep our sausages succulent, **This just keeps them fresh for longer, Casing made from Beef Collagen
We got some new range you’ll should go out and try them , chicken sausage with 80% chicken beast . And some soya free suitably for vegetarians with 90% pork meat so go out and enjoy our new product please
Sorry if only you guys knew what was in these horrible un-natural pink lumps of cr*p. For goodness sake spend a little extra and get quality 97% pork ones, this is your body - your health we are talking about.
deanoboy8056 m ago

We got some new range you’ll should go out and try them , chicken sausage w …We got some new range you’ll should go out and try them , chicken sausage with 80% chicken beast . And some soya free suitably for vegetarians with 90% pork meat so go out and enjoy our new product please


How can something with 90% pork meat be suitable for vegetarians?

i think I have been conditioned having been brought up on cheap sausages because these aren’t the worse sausages (Walls for me are awful). Some “deluxe” sausages are just too chunky with too much meat
TheEnglish90916th Apr

Sorry if only you guys knew what was in these horrible un-natural pink …Sorry if only you guys knew what was in these horrible un-natural pink lumps of cr*p. For goodness sake spend a little extra and get quality 97% pork ones, this is your body - your health we are talking about.


If you're concerned with your health you wouldn't eat any sausages at all, they're all classed as group 1A carcinogens - cause cancer, even the more expensive ones.
unclecuddles18 h, 48 m ago

How can something with 90% pork meat be suitable for vegetarians?i think I …How can something with 90% pork meat be suitable for vegetarians?i think I have been conditioned having been brought up on cheap sausages because these aren’t the worse sausages (Walls for me are awful). Some “deluxe” sausages are just too chunky with too much meat


Walls are made by the same company.
Does anybody actually buy this crap??
compadre3 h, 37 m ago

Walls are made by the same company.


No they’re not. Walls is a Unilever brand, licenced to Kerry Foods.

edit - I stand corrected, Richmond is owned by Kerry.
Edited by: "unclecuddles" 17th Apr
Eaten in moderation and as part of a blanced diet, these will be fine.
for any one who doesn't think these are dog food,these reduced salt/fat sausages scan as sausages £2.50, the normal richmond sausages 14 pack 634g also scan as sausages £2.50, even better the richmond 24 pack thick sausages 1087g are on offer was £3.50 now £2.50 and guess what, they scan as sausages £2.50, no brainer to buy these instead, my receipts have been uploaded and rewarded.

tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/296128667
Edited by: "sola35" 18th Apr
alanrp12317th Apr

Does anybody actually buy this crap??


Yes - because they buy what they see as a 'brand', regardless of the fact that it's crap. And these are the very same people who look down on Aldi and Lidl as somehow inferior.
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