The Co-operative Elmwood Healthy Living Fresh Diced Chicken Breast 400g - Half Price - £2.50 @ The Co op
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The Co-operative Elmwood Healthy Living Fresh Diced Chicken Breast 400g - Half Price - £2.50 @ The Co op

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Found 24th Mar 2010
The Co-operative Elmwood Healthy Living Fresh Diced Chicken Breast

This is nice chicken - not free range - but the next best thing - tastes really nice.

Half price £2.50 for 400g

6 Comments

Since when has this chicken been £12.50 per kg? Where do they get these prices from?

Its £9.72 a Kilo at Sainsburys for diced chicken, £12.50 isnt wide off the mark for there higher welfare chicken

Watch out there Chicken Police about.

How the can charge £5 for this in the first place i dont know ???

why dont they sell things in 1lbs or 454g as most recipes are in LBS

My local Abattoir which has a butchers shop on site (OPEN TO THE PUBLIC) sells Diced chicken for £2 a pound all day every day (and they buy it in as they dont process chickens there)

Minced Beef = 90p lb
Stewing Beef = £1 lb

v6dlc;8194800

My local Abattoir which has a butchers shop on site (OPEN TO THE PUBLIC) … My local Abattoir which has a butchers shop on site (OPEN TO THE PUBLIC) sells Diced chicken for £2 a pound all day every day (and they buy it in as they dont process chickens there)Minced Beef = 90p lbStewing Beef = £1 lb



Good for you, why not post it as a deal if its that good

Original Poster

v6dlc;8194800

Watch out there Chicken Police about.How the can charge £5 for this in … Watch out there Chicken Police about.How the can charge £5 for this in the first place i dont know ???why dont they sell things in 1lbs or 454g as most recipes are in LBSMy local Abattoir which has a butchers shop on site (OPEN TO THE PUBLIC) sells Diced chicken for £2 a pound all day every day (and they buy it in as they dont process chickens there)Minced Beef = 90p lbStewing Beef = £1 lb



i think the difference is that they are probably 20 in a cage with 4 articificial day and nights in 24 hours - this chicken is a bit more expensive for something with less chemicals and less water - worth a few more pence in my humble opinion.

Unlike most of the Chicken Police on here, i have actually studied Agriculture and have worked in a battery farm suitaution, so i fully understand the conditions, and have a better understanding of animal welfare than most.

I like the animal activists showing pictures of nice cute little Bunnies instead of Rats, because most people couldn't give a *UCK about the Rat.

I dont know how the shops can charge what they do and get away with it as the Market Prices are published by DEFRA and are availible on the web

meat-prices.co.uk/Smi…try
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