Sainsburys Instore Family Pack 18 Free Range Eggs for £3
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Sainsburys Instore Family Pack 18 Free Range Eggs for £3

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Found 8th May 2010Made hot 9th May 2010
Found at end of aisle near milk. 18 free range eggs for £3. Dont know if its store wide but good deal.

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£2 in my local Asda.I still bought the battery hen ones - taste like real hens eggs. Can veggies eat battery hens eggs. :-)

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Oh Burty, please stfu -.-

18 months lefted before battery eggs are banned - can't come sonner!

Burty;8559206

£2 in my local Asda.I still bought the battery hen ones - taste like real … £2 in my local Asda.I still bought the battery hen ones - taste like real hens eggs. Can veggies eat battery hens eggs. :-)


only the ones without any brains!

Not such a great deal anyhow, I sell my own free range eggs for 80p/half doz, mind you. if I went national my girls might begin to struggle, all 18 of them!

Burty;8559206

£2 in my local Asda.I still bought the battery hen ones - taste like real … £2 in my local Asda.I still bought the battery hen ones - taste like real hens eggs. Can veggies eat battery hens eggs. :-)


Yes, but if you are a vegetarian for ethical reasons (like me) then its wrong to eat them when you have an alternative. Even if you aren't vegetarian for ethical reasons you should see what suffering is endured by battery hens.

Not such a good deal most farmers around here sell free range for £2.00 dozen at the gate, and you can see the chickens they come from ..

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mikbak;8562153

Not such a good deal most farmers around here sell free range for £2.00 … Not such a good deal most farmers around here sell free range for £2.00 dozen at the gate, and you can see the chickens they come from ..



Fine if you live near a farm but for those who dont

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Burty;8559206

£2 in my local Asda.I still bought the battery hen ones - taste like real … £2 in my local Asda.I still bought the battery hen ones - taste like real hens eggs. Can veggies eat battery hens eggs. :-)



Maybe but it will cost me more than the difference to drive to my neareast Asda!

mikbak;8562153

Not such a good deal most farmers around here sell free range for £2.00 … Not such a good deal most farmers around here sell free range for £2.00 dozen at the gate, and you can see the chickens they come from ..



So some people can maybe get them for the same price by going to a farm directly...

Iceland sell 6 for £1 and have done for months (6 free range for £1, 12 battery for £1)

mikbak;8562153

Not such a good deal most farmers around here sell free range for £2.00 … Not such a good deal most farmers around here sell free range for £2.00 dozen at the gate, and you can see the chickens they come from ..



i doubt everyone in all the large populated cities of this country are going to pop down to their 'local' farm for some eggs :whistling:


xlt-hunter;8562023

18 months lefted before battery eggs are banned - can't come sonner!



didn't know they are doing this?? that's great news!

i saw this deal in kingston store last week, but didn't think to post...

Free range eggs are £1.92 for 15 in Asda in Plymouth - bargain!! :thumbsup:

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15 for £2.50 in tescos.

Seems the price of free range is going down gradually which can only be a good thing

5867dude;8562122

Yes, but if you are a vegetarian for ethical reasons (like me) then its … Yes, but if you are a vegetarian for ethical reasons (like me) then its wrong to eat them when you have an alternative. Even if you aren't vegetarian for ethical reasons you should see what suffering is endured by battery hens.



Therefore, if you were vegetarian for ethical reasons you'd only eat BARN eggs and you would NOT eat free range eggs and DEFINITELY NOT organic eggs. Barn eggs is the most ethically and healthiest produced egg available.

If anyone wants to disagree, trust me I can argue and convince you otherwise.

Also with cage, cage egg only exists because there is a demand for cheap eggs. Battery units are only the result of society, the government and supermarkets forcing British Farmers to produce eggs as cheaply as possible so you can have so called "bargains" like this.

I accept that SOME people in cities, like myself, aren't near farms but the fact is that if you live near a farm you can buy a 30 cell tray of eggs for around £2. Sure you might squabble about making a special journey etc but seriously guys you should support British produce from the producer if you can, which is far better than just buying British from the supermarkets.

I live in central London yet have never bought an egg from a supermarket. When ever i'm in the country I always buy produce from farmers. With eggs in particular you can get freshly laid eggs far cheaper and ones that will also last a lot longer, if you get them laid on that day they have another +2weeks shelf life than the ones in the supermarket!

sorry bout the rant, it's a subject quite close to my heart

15 large eggs in Iceland £1.50 thats their normal price

4 packs of free range are 50p in Morrisons at the moment... Better value plus a really useful size if you are not a massive user of eggs!
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