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M&S Oakham 3 Chicken Breasts (570g) £3.33 @ Marks & Spencer instore
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M&S Oakham 3 Chicken Breasts (570g) £3.33 @ Marks & Spencer instore

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Posted 2nd MayAvailable: National
Just been to Simply food this morning and there are packs of three chicken breasts for £3.33, they are usually £5 per pack

They are great for freezing, been using these for years and never had any problems with them, they've always tasted nice and been a good size.

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It is nice to see normal day to day food and not only naughty treat food on offer although I do like naughty treat food
Will stock up thanks
that's a really good buy, thank you.
Gutted bought the £8 morrisons earlier
Do we think these are better quality than Tesco Asda Aldi? Think I have only had M&s once and can’t recall my thoughts...
louiearch930902/05/2019 20:15

Do we think these are better quality than Tesco Asda Aldi? Think I have …Do we think these are better quality than Tesco Asda Aldi? Think I have only had M&s once and can’t recall my thoughts...


They are reared better and not disgustingly cruel like Tesco, Asda and Aldi.
At your local butcher shop the price is £4 per kg (almost twice as much), and its fresher too.
aky247s20 m ago

At your local butcher shop the price is £4 per kg (almost twice as much), …At your local butcher shop the price is £4 per kg (almost twice as much), and its fresher too.


I've never seen chicken breasts that cheap at a butchers
deleted221122602/05/2019 20:29

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louiearch930902/05/2019 20:15

Do we think these are better quality than Tesco Asda Aldi? Think I have …Do we think these are better quality than Tesco Asda Aldi? Think I have only had M&s once and can’t recall my thoughts...


I find Tesco chicken to be awful. Really pale, slimey and lots of fat. Morrison’s chicken seems to be much better in that regard.
kooks658 h, 8 m ago

It is nice to see normal day to day food and not only naughty treat food …It is nice to see normal day to day food and not only naughty treat food on offer although I do like naughty treat food


cossy302/05/2019 20:25

They are reared better and not disgustingly cruel like Tesco, Asda and …They are reared better and not disgustingly cruel like Tesco, Asda and Aldi.


Any proof of that?
They’re not free range...
kooks6503/05/2019 10:37

https://corporate.marksandspencer.com/sustainability/food-and-household/product-standards/farm-animal-health-and-welfare?intid=BrandPage_March19_SelectFarms_Intro_ReadSustainability


All the supermarkets make these claims but all of them are exposed of the same old tricks.
Taking the high road with where you're buying your chicken is misplaced when you're buying it from any British supermarket.

The legal requirements to put chicken on shelves and call them grade a or free range reared is still pretty much battery conditions. Just don't believe M&S are doing a better job of it because most their customers buy the daily mail.

Just to point out, I voted hot, I'm not a vegan and buy well over 1kg of chicken a week from British supermarkets, just not burying my head in the sand.
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