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Morrisons Chicken Breast Fillets 1kg - £5
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Morrisons Chicken Breast Fillets 1kg - £5

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Posted 16th Jan

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The product pack size is 1kg and due to the individual weight of each chicken breast fillet the number of fillets included may vary.

100% British, Naturally low fat, Supplied by British farms to assured welfare standards, Prepared and ready to cook
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Good deal, Same price on Amazon
This isnt a bad price for 1 of the big supermarkets imho, However I'm pretty sure aldi is around 10-15p cheaper for the equivalent product all year round, plus have smaller quantities that equate to less than a fiver per kg. I did vote hote though because for mozzers this ain't to bad!
Not the best quality chicken but I suppose that’s the case for a supermarket standard range.
Asda is always below the £5 per kilo mark even for smaller £3 packs
Muscle Food have 5kg for £15 offer at the moment.
That deal went freezing cold for some reason!
asda and aldi, have chicken breast at lower price
2kg for 7.99 at Aldi.
Iceland/Food Warehouse £20 for 5kg. (£4/kg)
Tesco have 1kg packs for £3.50
gaz_anthony16/01/2020 10:57

Iceland/Food Warehouse £20 for 5kg. (£4/kg)


Double check this maybe chicken sourced outside the uk, doesnt bother me so much but some it does
bear202016/01/2020 08:07

Not the best quality chicken but I suppose that’s the case for a s …Not the best quality chicken but I suppose that’s the case for a supermarket standard range.


What ?? it’s chicken breast ? anyways cheaper at Aldi and Lidl no prob with quality at all !
Not sure why this has been posted as a deal as for the 3 months leading upto xmas the usual proce of this pack was £4.84😳
Jimdabod16/01/2020 07:48

This isnt a bad price for 1 of the big supermarkets imho, However I'm …This isnt a bad price for 1 of the big supermarkets imho, However I'm pretty sure aldi is around 10-15p cheaper for the equivalent product all year round, plus have smaller quantities that equate to less than a fiver per kg. I did vote hote though because for mozzers this ain't to bad!


I find Aldi chicken breasts to be of pretty poor quality - they have a strange stringy texture when cut up raw. I do my weekly shop at Aldi but always go elsewhere for chicken breasts.
spaceman05116/01/2020 12:35

Not sure why this has been posted as a deal as for the 3 months leading …Not sure why this has been posted as a deal as for the 3 months leading upto xmas the usual proce of this pack was £4.84😳


I'd hop in the time machine but I really cba doing Christmas all over again

Current price is £5 reduced from £5.72.
Aldi chicken tends to go off and stink, one or two days before eat by date.
Jimdabod16/01/2020 11:23

Double check this maybe chicken sourced outside the uk, doesnt bother me …Double check this maybe chicken sourced outside the uk, doesnt bother me so much but some it does


you will not eat chicken breast if is from Europe?
from where you eat when your abroad in holidays?
Cheaper in Lidl/Aldi/Asda/Iceland and this gets +500C, pretty much sums up hukd lately
nasty intensively farmed trash pumped full of all sorts. Cold
veg
muon16/01/2020 16:32

nasty intensively farmed trash pumped full of all sorts. Cold


Do you have any evidence to backup your claim that its pumped full of allsorts? or are you just blindly speculating? Unless you have performed some sort of lab analysis to determine what its chemical composition is you have no business making unfounded claims.
2 Sisters chicken isn't it?
I agree that Lidl chicken breast often goes off before it should, as does their milk and even the fish pie mix which I had just bought with about 5 days to use by date and opened it same day as purchased. It was stinking!
Morrisons fresh chicken in whatever form usually has good flavour.
Sympha16/01/2020 16:46

Do you have any evidence to backup your claim that its pumped full of …Do you have any evidence to backup your claim that its pumped full of allsorts? or are you just blindly speculating? Unless you have performed some sort of lab analysis to determine what its chemical composition is you have no business making unfounded claims.


Plenty of information out there, and chemical analysis has been done. Here you go lmgtfy.com/?q=…ven
Edited by: "muon" 16th Jan
senukas16/01/2020 16:10

Cheaper in Lidl/Aldi/Asda/Iceland and this gets +500C, pretty much sums up …Cheaper in Lidl/Aldi/Asda/Iceland and this gets +500C, pretty much sums up hukd lately


God forbid that people have their own reasons for considering this to be a good deal eh? Maybe you should personally vet each deal before it's posted in order to put an end to the madness of people having a mind of their own
muon16/01/2020 17:13

Plenty of information and chemical analysis has been done. Here you go …Plenty of information and chemical analysis has been done. Here you go https://lmgtfy.com/?q=what+drugs+are+factory+farmed+chickens+given


"No" would have been even quicker.
Sympha16/01/2020 16:46

Do you have any evidence to backup your claim that its pumped full of …Do you have any evidence to backup your claim that its pumped full of allsorts? or are you just blindly speculating? Unless you have performed some sort of lab analysis to determine what its chemical composition is you have no business making unfounded claims.


Oh and incase your Google search didn't turn up this link, here you go. Hundreds of peer reviewed papers and analysis relating to the chemicals found in poultry.


intechopen.com/books/poultry-science/chemical-contaminants-in-poultry-meat-and-products
Edited by: "muon" 16th Jan
2kg chicken breast at Iceland £8on now.
It's quite good quality. (morrisons)
Promise.. And I've tried them all.

Tesco's is naff (compared to morrisons)

M'n's is best.
Local butcher, £25 for 5kg and includes various marinade flavouring
Interesting how we're supposedly a nation of animal lovers, but not when it comes to saving a few £ on cheap chicken. All that seems to matter is cost and quality, not ethics.
muon16/01/2020 17:29

Oh and incase your Google search didn't turn up this link, here you go. …Oh and incase your Google search didn't turn up this link, here you go. Hundreds of peer reviewed papers and analysis relating to the chemicals found in poultry.intechopen.com/books/poultry-science/chemical-contaminants-in-poultry-meat-and-products


There is ample evidence of idiots using the Internet but I would pause before assuming you're an idiot because you're using it.
That's despite you posting generalised potential concerns, some of which (in the paper you linked) could equally apply to vegetables.
If you've any specific evidenced concerns about Morrisons' chicken I would genuinely like to hear it.
Cr0m16/01/2020 21:19

There is ample evidence of idiots using the Internet but I would pause …There is ample evidence of idiots using the Internet but I would pause before assuming you're an idiot because you're using it.That's despite you posting generalised potential concerns, some of which (in the paper you linked) could equally apply to vegetables. If you've any specific evidenced concerns about Morrisons' chicken I would genuinely like to hear it.


Some of which could indeed apply ti veg, but particularly focus on the parts regarding veterinary drugs, and animal feed which are relevant to all intensively farmed broilers. Infections in big flocks are rife and the 'farmers' (loosely termed) are very quick to stub out potential threats to their revenue, many I expect aren't even on the right side of the law - monitoring is notorisly slack. I'm sure Morrisons haven't got their own super-farm to raise these birds so my comments and the paper I linked are pretty much relevant to the industry in general.
SiB12316/01/2020 12:39

I'd hop in the time machine but I really cba doing Christmas all over …I'd hop in the time machine but I really cba doing Christmas all over again ;)Current price is £5 reduced from £5.72.


My.point being not much of a deal is it?, if they were £4.84 for a few months upto 2 weeks ago, and now they are £5, oh yeah the bit that says they are normally £5.72 make it a deal I guess even though they have not sold at that price for months, I thought this site was for saving money, not for getting jumped on because I pointed out a deal is not all what it seems!! :/
Edited by: "spaceman051" 16th Jan
Farmfoods 3kg for £10
spaceman05116/01/2020 22:23

My.point being not much of a deal is it?, if they were £4.84 for a few …My.point being not much of a deal is it?, if they were £4.84 for a few months upto 2 weeks ago, and now they are £5, oh yeah the bit that says they are normally £5.72 make it a deal I guess even though they have not sold at that price for months, I thought this site was for saving money, not for getting jumped on because I pointed out a deal is not all what it seems!! :/



"Jumped on"
herrbz16/01/2020 21:09

Interesting how we're supposedly a nation of animal lovers, but not when …Interesting how we're supposedly a nation of animal lovers, but not when it comes to saving a few £ on cheap chicken. All that seems to matter is cost and quality, not ethics.


That was the case in the old Britain. But now we are in the newer Britain and no one gives a monkeys anymore unless theres a social media bandwagon that can be jumped on to show much we "care"
Throw my bit in , Iceland source their chicken from poland , , Tescos sometimes UK or Holland , With morrisons I do find they are the better quality as do own alot of farms through woodhead, although chicken is mainly sourced from uk poultry processors, and in england /britain etc we do operate under some really stringent guidelines through the red tractor assurance scheme, yes you will find the odd drama scare stories regarding red tractor...but in all honesty , I trust it especially after the horse meat scandal...
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