Humza Chicken/Lamb/Vegetable Samosas (20 Pack) & Humza Chicken/Lamb Spring Rolls (20 Pack) - £4.50 BOGOF @ Morrisons...
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Humza Chicken/Lamb/Vegetable Samosas (20 Pack) & Humza Chicken/Lamb Spring Rolls (20 Pack) - £4.50 BOGOF @ Morrisons...

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Found 27th May 2014
Humza Samosas & Spring Rolls (20 Pack 650g) - £4.50 BOGOF @ Morrisons until 17th August 2014... Works out at 11p a Samosa or Spring Roll which is a bargain.

This offer is available instore & online.

Price Comparison:

£4.49 or 2 for £5.99 @ Tesco

I hope this helps someone...

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hamza brand had horse meat in their product's.

The vegetables would be okay though?

Original Poster

Ibbyk

hamza brand had horse meat in their product's.


Like you said 'Had'... So surely they should've rectified that by now...

Original Poster

anisazaynie

The vegetables would be okay though?


Yes if in doubt then the vegetable one will be perfect...

KiKai

Yes if in doubt then the vegetable one will be perfect...

apparently that had traces of fruit

Original Poster

Sid Harper

apparently that had traces of fruit


Even healthier then!

Ibbyk

hamza brand had horse meat in their product's.



they are now hmc certified. link
Edited by: "wendy07" 27th May 2014

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wendy07

they are now hmc certified. link


Perfect... Thank you wendy07...

I hope the vege ones are halal too..u never know these days do u..thank god for ppl like ibbyk

anisazaynie

The vegetables would be okay though?


Apart from the horseradish.

Good to know horse meat is halal as well

Ibbyk

hamza brand had horse meat in their product's.


Don't buy, don't eat... Get over that horse meat scandal... Way too boring..!

Ibbyk

hamza brand had horse meat in their product's.


Yes and only last year during the horse meat scandal it was found that all ALDI beef products contained between 30 and 100% horse meat however people are flocking to the stores and rave about the products especially users on this site. In my opinion a lot of people don't care what they eat anymore as long as its cheap they will convince themselves its good quality.

Thanks

humza had pork DNA in it too

wendy07

they are now hmc certified. link



HMC approval means that none of the animals used in those products were stunned prior to slaughter.

Is this halal?

good job op ramadhaan just round the corner

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qwerta369

Is this halal?


Yes...

Original Poster

emaad

good job op ramadhaan just round the corner


That's what I thought...

Halal process of animal meat is far more healthier and ethical. e.g the animal cannot be distressed, see other animals being killed, should not be raining, should be fed and watered, cannot be injured or ill. Its not just ab out 3 seconds worth of killing but the whole animal's welfare. We should be more concerend about the animal's life in the farms and how brrutally they are treated as if they are goods.. Just have a look on youtube about pig farming and you will see what i mean- which has nothing to do with Halal anyhow (as the meat is impermissible due to the filth that it contains)

tantheman9

Halal process of animal meat is far more healthier and ethical. e.g the … Halal process of animal meat is far more healthier and ethical. e.g the animal cannot be distressed, see other animals being killed, should not be raining, should be fed and watered, cannot be injured or ill. Its not just ab out 3 seconds worth of killing but the whole animal's welfare. We should be more concerend about the animal's life in the farms and how brrutally they are treated as if they are goods.. Just have a look on youtube about pig farming and you will see what i mean- which has nothing to do with Halal anyhow (as the meat is impermissible due to the filth that it contains)



And how is all this managed on an industrial scale? How do you keep and kill 750,000 cattle, 5 million sheep and lambs and 200 million birds every year in the manner you describe?

Fred Smith

And how is all this managed on an industrial scale? How do you keep and … And how is all this managed on an industrial scale? How do you keep and kill 750,000 cattle, 5 million sheep and lambs and 200 million birds every year in the manner you describe?



with the chinese

WAAAH CHANG TING SHANG KILL ANIMAL

[quote=tantheman9]Halal process of animal meat is far more healthier and ethical. e.g the animal cannot be distressed, see other animals being killed, should not be raining, should be fed and watered, cannot be injured or ill. Its not just ab out 3 seconds worth of killing but the whole animal's welfare. We should be more concerend about the animal's life in the farms and how brrutally they are treated as if they are goods.. Just have a look on youtube about pig farming and you will see what i mean- which has nothing to do with Halal anyhow (as the meat is impermissible due to the filth that it contains)

Did I just read right? Did you type that the halal process was 'healthier and ethical'?

What planet do you live on? You are basically saying that an animal should have the main artery in its body slit and be allowed to die slowly while it was still alive, to suffer and die slowly while an islamic prayer is recited or played during the process.

'Healthier and Ethical'? What do you gain by making such horrendous false claims? Lack of education maybe? Ignorance? I'm trying hard to understand?

justimaginewhatif

to die slowly while it was still alive



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