Morrison's extra thick 400g British rump "reduced" to £4.34
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Morrison's extra thick 400g British rump "reduced" to £4.34

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Found 12th Jan
Quality 14oz British rump steak, thick cut, save yourself a trip to Aldi while also supporting a British company! Cheaper and better for your heart too!
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BS! if you want to support British meat,buy your steak from a local butcher.
Soukmadik15 m ago

BS! if you want to support British meat,buy your steak from a local …BS! if you want to support British meat,buy your steak from a local butcher.

​Don't understand your comment.

Morrisons is a British company started by one man. No different to your local Butchers, only difference is timing. Would you stop supporting your local butcher if his company grew to the same level?

It's a British company with British jobs, selling British meat.
It's Morrison's supply chain that differentiate them from the rest of the supermarkets. Right down to their frozen ready meals, all the meat in Morrison's own brand products comes from their own British slaugherhouses.

All the others buy meat in bulk on the wholesale EU market, which is why it was only Morrison's that avoided the horsemeat scandal. I think Co-op own brand meat may now be the same.
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BS! if you want to support British meat,buy your steak from a local butcher.
Morrison's better, comical
Soukmadik15 m ago

BS! if you want to support British meat,buy your steak from a local …BS! if you want to support British meat,buy your steak from a local butcher.

​Don't understand your comment.

Morrisons is a British company started by one man. No different to your local Butchers, only difference is timing. Would you stop supporting your local butcher if his company grew to the same level?

It's a British company with British jobs, selling British meat.
Soukmadik15 m ago

BS! if you want to support British meat,buy your steak from a local …BS! if you want to support British meat,buy your steak from a local butcher.


What's a local butcher. If I travel 15 miles south and go to the butcher in Morrisons, I can buy beef produced by a farmer 10 miles north of where I started. Local enough for you?
heathead22 m ago

​Don't understand your comment. Morrisons is a British company started by …​Don't understand your comment. Morrisons is a British company started by one man. No different to your local Butchers, only difference is timing. Would you stop supporting your local butcher if his company grew to the same level? It's a British company with British jobs, selling British meat.



qbs22 m ago

What's a local butcher. If I travel 15 miles south and go to the butcher …What's a local butcher. If I travel 15 miles south and go to the butcher in Morrisons, I can buy beef produced by a farmer 10 miles north of where I started. Local enough for you?



Schroder Investment management and Deutsche Bank AG are British, it's sad that people like you are allowed to vote.
Forget the 'reduction' and the 'British', you're paying £11 a kilo. ASDA is £10.
So, is this a deal or not?
Soukmadik40 m ago

Schroder Investment management and Deutsche Bank AG are British, it's sad …Schroder Investment management and Deutsche Bank AG are British, it's sad that people like you are allowed to vote.


Don't know what you're on about and suspect you don't either. Now go and take your medication and settle down and stop speaking .
It's Morrison's supply chain that differentiate them from the rest of the supermarkets. Right down to their frozen ready meals, all the meat in Morrison's own brand products comes from their own British slaugherhouses.

All the others buy meat in bulk on the wholesale EU market, which is why it was only Morrison's that avoided the horsemeat scandal. I think Co-op own brand meat may now be the same.
Wasn't the Aldi deal for aged rump, making it a much better option?
LesD18 h, 43 m ago

Forget the 'reduction' and the 'British', you're paying £11 a kilo. ASDA …Forget the 'reduction' and the 'British', you're paying £11 a kilo. ASDA is £10.So, is this a deal or not?


Morrison are doing 'regular cut' rump steaks at £9.68/kg if you want to save more money and don't mind a thinner steak!!
Soukmadik19 h, 54 m ago

BS! if you want to support British meat,buy your steak from a local …BS! if you want to support British meat,buy your steak from a local butcher.


My local butcher only sells imported reindeer!
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