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Morrisons 15 Free Range Eggs £2.00 @ Morrisons
Morrisons 15 Free Range Eggs £2.00 @ Morrisons

Morrisons 15 Free Range Eggs £2.00 @ Morrisons

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lol......apart from last week when they were 50p for 4

Shame I don't have a TARDIS

Go to your local Farm and pick up 30 for £3.

bigst;7420516

lol......apart from last week when they were 50p for 4



Different picture the ones last week were the tiny ones in a pack of 4 and their basic range these look different

sprinc;7421110

Go to your local Farm and pick up 30 for £3.



:thumbsup::thumbsup:

I had to pay 96p for 6 of the cheapest caged ones from Tesco last week , I was furious ! Asda and Netto are way cheaper than Tescos for eggs and most things now .

Heat! While I ain't got a Tardis either and don't fancy driving around the countryside looking for a sign by the road. Sorted.

Does anyone know where to get some eggs for a good price that taste nice rather than this rubbish? Too many supermarkets are focusing on free range whilst even at the premium price they are still not being fed the right feed to achieve optimum flavour in the yolk. Scrambled eggs often come out an almost white yellow rather than a golden yellow with all this ******** feed the chickens are being fed :x

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influx;7424269

Does anyone know where to get some eggs for a good price that taste nice … Does anyone know where to get some eggs for a good price that taste nice rather than this rubbish? Too many supermarkets are focusing on free range whilst even at the premium price they are still not being fed the right feed to achieve optimum flavour in the yolk. Scrambled eggs often come out an almost white yellow rather than a golden yellow with all this ******** feed the chickens are being fed :x



yes these ones - had them for lunch very tasty!

For your egg to be labelled ‘free range’ it has to have come from a farm with very high standards. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has set strict guidelines that UK farms must adhere to in order to achieve free range status.

These include giving hens a comfortable environment with plenty of space, places to perch and preen, and good access to food and water. Unlike barn or cage farms, free range egg farms must also provide hens with easy access to plenty of green outdoor space with sheltered areas, where they can roam, forage and nest during daylight hours.

To be considered corn fed free range eggs the hens must also eat a special diet which includes greater quantities of maize. This results in stronger, healthier birds that lay eggs with a rich golden coloured yolk and a delicious flavour.

At Morrisons we also ensure that our free range eggs come from suppliers who are members of the RSPCA Freedom Foods farm assurance scheme. This means they share a commitment to animal welfare, sustainable egg production and traceability.

Find out how some of our free range farmers help to support local wildlife.

Are these noticably better than eggs from other supermarkets such as Tesco? I have tried many types of eggs at supermarkets and as of yet I can't find any that compare to the eggs from chickens on my parents farm :?

By the way, these chickens are kept in a cage.

sprinc;7421110

Go to your local Farm and pick up 30 for £3.



Nationwide?

Trickyjabs;7427584

Nationwide?


Yes, there are farms nationwide. Doh!
This deal is better than any of the recent Tesco deals tesco also support this

Best regular deal on free range eggs which are always available are Lidl large-ish free range eggs for 99p. I know there are cheaper, like Morrisons deal or tesco do free range 15 for £2 sometimes also, but last few times I have been in they are not on offer and the normal price seems be be over 23p/egg

zaheer2003;7428298

Yes, there are farms nationwide. Doh!This deal is better than any of the … Yes, there are farms nationwide. Doh!This deal is better than any of the recent Tesco deals tesco also support this Best regular deal on free range eggs which are always available are Lidl large-ish free range eggs for 99p. I know there are cheaper, like Morrisons deal or tesco do free range 15 for £2 sometimes also, but last few times I have been in they are not on offer and the normal price seems be be over 23p/egg



I guess irony just flies right over you head, eh? :whistling:

Can you guarentee theat every farm in the UK sells 30 free range eggs for £3.00? :w00t:
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