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Morrison's Big & Fresh Eggs (10) 50p instore at Morrison's
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Morrison's Big & Fresh Eggs (10) 50p instore at Morrison's

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Posted 17th Feb

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Found in London and is National
Was sold out in the store but told stock was available Nationally

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From Caged Hens. I would never buy these.
Not surprised they're trying to offload them, after the recent news
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dealdelver17/02/2020 19:29

Not surprised they're trying to offload them, after the recent …Not surprised they're trying to offload them, after the recent newshttps://www.google.com/amp/s/metro.co.uk/2020/01/28/secret-camera-films-chickens-laying-eggs-surrounded-by-rotting-birds-12131921/amp/



How on earth do they get away with calling these free range ... it's disgusting ... RSPCA and BEIC Lion standard should be ashamed ...
These are reduced to clear as now all their eggs are free range, no eggs from caged hens
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From Caged Hens. I would never buy these.
Not surprised they're trying to offload them, after the recent news
google.com/amp…mp/
dealdelver17/02/2020 19:29

Not surprised they're trying to offload them, after the recent …Not surprised they're trying to offload them, after the recent newshttps://www.google.com/amp/s/metro.co.uk/2020/01/28/secret-camera-films-chickens-laying-eggs-surrounded-by-rotting-birds-12131921/amp/



How on earth do they get away with calling these free range ... it's disgusting ... RSPCA and BEIC Lion standard should be ashamed ...
Anally_Retentive17/02/2020 19:41

How on earth do they get away with calling these free range ... it's …How on earth do they get away with calling these free range ... it's disgusting ... RSPCA and BEIC Lion standard should be ashamed ...


It's disgusting they've got away with it for so long. Are these food producers just allowed to operate without regular checks. I wonder how many other 'free range' are exactly that, same with organic. Lap of the Gods!
Edited by: "dealdelver" 17th Feb
These are reduced to clear as now all their eggs are free range, no eggs from caged hens
jaseyrocks17/02/2020 19:49

These are reduced to clear as now all their eggs are free range, no eggs …These are reduced to clear as now all their eggs are free range, no eggs from caged hens



Beak trimming is commonplace in the UK. Almost all young hens have part of their beaks burned off without anaesthetic to stop them pecking at the other hens in their cramped, traumatised flocks. Free range sheds can contain up to nine birds per square metre – that’s like 14 adults living in a one-room flat. Some multi-tier sheds (still “free range”) contain 16,000 hens. So while these poor birds can theoretically go outdoors, they can also be too crammed in and too traumatised to find the few exit holes.
Animal welfare not withstanding, 10 eggs are no use to us. We would never get them used up before they went off. Handy for those who have a family and are full Sunday breakfast fans so heat added for price
Anally_Retentive17/02/2020 19:41

How on earth do they get away with calling these free range ... it's …How on earth do they get away with calling these free range ... it's disgusting ... RSPCA and BEIC Lion standard should be ashamed ...


Doesn't mean anything, the approved method of dealing with male chicks produced through the egg industry is dropping them into a macerator whilst still alive.
Matthew77417/02/2020 19:08

From Caged Hens. I would never buy these.


Caged or free range makes no difference, conditions are the same and the atrocities are the same around dealing with male chicks and hens at the end of life.
If you live in even a vaguely rural area, you can probably buy eggs from someone with garden chickens.
Buy from a local farm instead, quality of eggs are much better and lovely to see chickens move freely
Matthew77417/02/2020 19:08

From Caged Hens. I would never buy these.


Same here. Free Range or nothing.
Matthew77417/02/2020 19:08

From Caged Hens. I would never buy these.


absolutely disgusting that they are even legal in this country
Anally_Retentive17/02/2020 19:41

How on earth do they get away with calling these free range ... it's …How on earth do they get away with calling these free range ... it's disgusting ... RSPCA and BEIC Lion standard should be ashamed ...


I don't think they are saying they're free range.
Super , basic things should be this much cheap
Which eggs are better to buy from a supermarket? I try to go free range instead of caged hen but as pointed out this might not always be much better. Are organic better? Thanks
jaseyrocks17/02/2020 19:49

These are reduced to clear as now all their eggs are free range, no eggs …These are reduced to clear as now all their eggs are free range, no eggs from caged hens


May be so, but we now know that free range means precious little. Majority of people are under the illusion that the hens are free to roam, and choose to buy these over others for that very reason.
dtaylor2118418/02/2020 17:57

Which eggs are better to buy from a supermarket? I try to go free range …Which eggs are better to buy from a supermarket? I try to go free range instead of caged hen but as pointed out this might not always be much better. Are organic better? Thanks


The answer imo, is not to buy from a supermarket. Perhaps try your local butchers, if no local person or farm shop is selling fresh laid eggs. If you're on fb, ask a local community for sources, I'm sure you'll find one.
dtaylor2118418/02/2020 17:57

Which eggs are better to buy from a supermarket? I try to go free range …Which eggs are better to buy from a supermarket? I try to go free range instead of caged hen but as pointed out this might not always be much better. Are organic better? Thanks


Pet rescue hens. Buying from any farm sourced still involves death and cruelty.
naimahh18/02/2020 14:53

Buy from a local farm instead, quality of eggs are much better and lovely …Buy from a local farm instead, quality of eggs are much better and lovely to see chickens move freely


Spent hens still killed after a short life. Male chicks also still killed.
dtaylor2118418/02/2020 17:57

Which eggs are better to buy from a supermarket? I try to go free range …Which eggs are better to buy from a supermarket? I try to go free range instead of caged hen but as pointed out this might not always be much better. Are organic better? Thanks


Organic is the only way if you must consume chicken eggs
naimahh19/02/2020 08:26

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There is nothing right with that, they are abused their whole short lives then murdered when their bodies give up, they are not machines. People don't need to eat chicken, its not a requirement.
Thank you everyone for your replies. I'm in a small village part of a larger city and do have several farms around me.
Our morrisons also supplies locally sourced eggs to purchase singularly.
My children's school keeps hens and sells the eggs too but they dont really produce enough for everyone who would want to purchase them.
I'll look into it more and try to find the better source locally.
Edited by: "dtaylor21184" 19th Feb
jos1e18/02/2020 17:16

I don't think they are saying they're free range.



You are quite correct ... I was reffering to the Metro article in the post I quoted by dealdelver ... which was in fact nothing to do with this particular brand or morrisons but horrific all the same ...
dtaylor2118418/02/2020 17:57

Which eggs are better to buy from a supermarket? I try to go free range …Which eggs are better to buy from a supermarket? I try to go free range instead of caged hen but as pointed out this might not always be much better. Are organic better? Thanks


Ideally you wouldn't buy any eggs, they all result in pain and suffering but if you must, then organic are the best welfare wise. theguardian.com/com…cal
muon20/02/2020 11:07

Ideally you wouldn't buy any eggs, they all result in pain and suffering …Ideally you wouldn't buy any eggs, they all result in pain and suffering but if you must, then organic are the best welfare wise. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/jan/30/free-range-eggs-con-ethical


Yeah buying no eggs isnt an option for my family but would prefer to buy ones with better animal welfare standards in place. Thank you 😁
naimahh21/02/2020 15:47

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You are missing the point. If you need me to spell it out, nobody needs to eat meat or consume animal products to live happy and healthy lives, it's down to their taste buds only.

Not sure what practices you are specifically talking about, but they all result in short lives of pain and suffering for the animals which is totally unnecessary. It's also a wasteful process - animals consume huge resources, and produce a lot of waste.
naimahh21/02/2020 16:17

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Narrow minded . You sound very much like the narrow minded one in this conversation. Also, by conversing, how can that be deemed as enforcing views? Your views are enforcing death on animals but I guess that's fine because you are the superior species? What about the animals choice to live?

Maybe try and eat something healthy for a change, all that cholesterol seems to be clouding your judgement
Wow naive and judgemental. What does the body require, protein? Where does it come from? Mostly animals. Only in recent years due to science and research do you have fake protein alternatives and formulations and people are going on this "vegan" hype but how much of it is really natural or good for you. Stuffed with preservatives and whatever else
Everyone's diet is different, so is their views. Your conversing is enforcing views, like we're not aware of what's going on or how things are produced
Similar to right or wrong, it's up to us to make those choices and to respect that. Some are more health conscious that others, you don't know how I eat or where I shop so to make that lousy comment about cholestral clouding my judgement says a lot about you. Well done 👋
Might be also bearing in mind that eggs are basically the product of a bird's menstrual cycle.
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