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Tesco - Pork Crackling Leg 1Kg £2.50 @ Tesco
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Tesco - Pork Crackling Leg 1Kg £2.50 @ Tesco

£2.50£550%Tesco Deals
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Posted 19th Nov 2019

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  • Boneless, rind-on leg of pork.

  • From trusted farms. Working with selected farmers that we trust, to ensure high welfare standards and consistant quality. This rindless joint is ready to roast with bone removed, and tied for easier carving.
  • Rolled and tied, and scored for crispy crackling.

  • Pack size: 1kg
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Crackling price
I could really pig out on this.
Is this halal
phantom197319/11/2019 22:32

I hope so,I only buy halal


Please make sure it is before you buy it and not to be disappointed.
Hot. I love pork crackling, but it is bound to lead to another trip to the dentist.
boro4me19/11/2019 22:36

Hot. I love pork crackling, but it is bound to lead to another trip to the …Hot. I love pork crackling, but it is bound to lead to another trip to the dentist.


Eat the pork, leave the crackling to younger teeth. Sorted
rosalina181819/11/2019 23:03

Eat the pork, leave the crackling to younger teeth. Sorted


Just ...can't ... resist ...!
rosalina181819/11/2019 22:36

Please make sure it is before you buy it and not to be disappointed.


Pork and Halal cannot be linked as muslims dont eat Pork.
rkuk119/11/2019 23:23

Pork and Halal cannot be linked as muslims dont eat Pork.


Sorry, got it a bit wrong, wasn't paying attention.
You can only add 2 max .
"Rind On" Cowboy !
Unless, it's "Rindless" ?

Good price
Mine is in the oven as we speak!
About this price per kg normal price at Lidl/Aldi.

The trusted farm thing. Anyone knows what this sound-bite means, what makes a farm trusted?

Is there such a farm that's not trusted, yet still supply meat?
Some of the comments made me snort 🐷
splender20/11/2019 17:44

About this price per kg normal price at Lidl/Aldi.The trusted farm thing. …About this price per kg normal price at Lidl/Aldi.The trusted farm thing. Anyone knows what this sound-bite means, what makes a farm trusted?Is there such a farm that's not trusted, yet still supply meat?



I "Googled" "Trusted Farms", it may help anyone curious to do the same.
A couple of links and bumph from the query below..

Trusted Farms/Trusted Farmers Many supermarkets use phrasing like ‘Trusted farms’ or ‘Trusted farmers’ on their chicken packaging. Aldi, Asda, Co-op, M&S, Sainsbury’s and Tesco all use a version of ‘trusted farms’ or ‘farmers we trust’. Lidl and Waitrose talk about the animals being ‘reared with care’. These phrases don’t have any legal definition when applied to animal welfare. This doesn’t mean that a supermarket won’t have good standards, but you need to look instead for logos or participation in schemes that have recognised welfare benefits.

Read more: which.co.uk/new…en/ - Which?

tesco.com/gro…nds
Edited by: "H-otter" 20th Nov 2019
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