Iceland - Class 'A' 10 Large Fresh Eggs - £1 or 2 for £1.60
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Iceland - Class 'A' 10 Large Fresh Eggs - £1 or 2 for £1.60

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Iceland and The Food Warehouse - 10 Large Eggs - £1 or 2 for £1.60
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Caged hens..... cold
Caged hens..... cold
I agree.... free range only for me
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Caged hens..... cold
What is free as you mention? Isn’t this just their usual offer which has been ongoing for the last couple of years
Caged hens..... cold
I agree.... free range only for me
Bargainatix21/01/2020 07:27

What is free as you mention? Isn’t this just their usual offer which has b …What is free as you mention? Isn’t this just their usual offer which has been ongoing for the last couple of years


It was 2 for £1.80
I thought it was a smart display lol. Caged hens, be kind...
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Nattie21/01/2020 07:31

Caged hens..... coldI agree.... free range only for me


thanks for that useless information
I wonder if you ask your butcher how the chicken you are about to eat was murdered? Or do you just go by supermarket labels?
AndrewStaniland21/01/2020 07:39

It was 2 for £1.80


Fair enough. Still around the same proportionate price as Sainsbury’s 15 pack which aren’t caged but are still barn eggs. They average around 60 grams per egg which is equivalent to large size
This is normal price for eggs in Iceland
Always this price. Lovely eggs too
Look up the minimum requirements for something to be classed as free range. It's not as free and spacious as you think.
gary.mcrae21/01/2020 21:35

Look up the minimum requirements for something to be classed as free …Look up the minimum requirements for something to be classed as free range. It's not as free and spacious as you think.



Still any improvement on caged conditions. Eggs are so cheap, a few extra pence to give animals any improvement in living conditions has got to be a good investment.
catalonia21/01/2020 21:33

Danny I bet you have makeup/products that’s been tested on animals


Well for a start I’m male 🏼 there’s also a big difference..... hens can lay eggs outdoors rather than stood in each other’s s**t and unhygienic conditions 🏼 when you say animal testing... I bet you would rather an animal was tested than yourself and find out it had long term side effect? 😁
Nattie wrote:
Caged hens..... coldI agree.... free range only for me

thanks for that useless information 
I wonder if you ask your butcher how the chicken you are about to eat was murdered? Or do you just go by supermarket labels?

I’d be more interested in what quality of life the animal had....
Caged....tut tut.
dannybbargainhunter22/01/2020 06:27

Well for a start I’m male 🏼 there’s also a big dif …Well for a start I’m male 🏼 there’s also a big difference..... hens can lay eggs outdoors rather than stood in each other’s s**t and unhygienic conditions 🏼 when you say animal testing... I bet you would rather an animal was tested than yourself and find out it had long term side effect? 😁


Lol you’re so funny
Bargainatix21/01/2020 07:27

What is free as you mention? Isn’t this just their usual offer which has b …What is free as you mention? Isn’t this just their usual offer which has been ongoing for the last couple of years


Plastic Free
Bargainatix21/01/2020 08:10

Fair enough. Still around the same proportionate price as Sainsbury’s 15 p …Fair enough. Still around the same proportionate price as Sainsbury’s 15 pack which aren’t caged but are still barn eggs. They average around 60 grams per egg which is equivalent to large size


Are they Large eggs or just medium size because Iceland sell 15 pack for £1.20 as well
Edited by: "19DembaBa19" 22nd Jan
19DembaBa1922/01/2020 12:06

Plastic Free


The reference to “free” was dealt with when op edited their post
19DembaBa1922/01/2020 12:09

Are they Large eggs or just medium size because Iceland sell 15 pack for …Are they Large eggs or just medium size because Iceland sell 15 pack for £1.20 as well


They are classed as mixed but in reality average around 60 grams each which is the weight for a large egg. They are very good quality and were £1.25 for 15 eggs the last time I bought them which was a few days ago. They are barn eggs. I don’t know what Iceland’s are but I’m guessing caged
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