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14 November 2017 11:50 Post ID: #1560549
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I see some rags are making a big deal out of rising food prices in the UK, but they are here too so I fail to see what the fuck it has to do with Brexit. Eggs have gone up over 4p each overnight. What about France, BP? I know butter is supposedly being hoarded there.

Standard: Soaring food prices put Brexit squeeze on millions in Christmas run-up

For some reason eggs have jumped in price which will have an obvious effect on fresh goods and in the coming months other food items made with eggs. Also dairy based imports from Ireland too, Baileys for example - up 20% in a year. Either the chickens went on strike and demanded more feed or the recent European egg crisis is having a knock on effect or another reason.

There's a story here but it's got fuck all to do with Brexit.
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14 November 2017 12:04 Post ID: #1560550 - in reply to #1560549
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Well a lot of it has got to do with Brexit as soon as we said we was coming out the pound dropped so any food we import went up
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14 November 2017 12:13 Post ID: #1560552 - in reply to #1560549
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numbernine - 14/11/2017 11:50

I see some rags are making a big deal out of rising food prices in the UK, but they are here too so I fail to see what the fuck it has to do with Brexit. Eggs have gone up over 4p each overnight. What about France, BP? I know butter is supposedly being hoarded there.

Standard: Soaring food prices put Brexit squeeze on millions in Christmas run-up

For some reason eggs have jumped in price which will have an obvious effect on fresh goods and in the coming months other food items made with eggs. Also dairy based imports from Ireland too, Baileys for example - up 20% in a year. Either the chickens went on strike and demanded more feed or the recent European egg crisis is having a knock on effect or another reason.

There's a story here but it's got fuck all to do with Brexit.


Eat More Chips.

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14 November 2017 12:19 Post ID: #1560557 - in reply to #1560549
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Yes food coming through now will possibly be purchase orders from maybe march and april - although I think rate was same back then, so you can expect food prices to be lower in the new year and spring due to the rise in the pound since I suppose. Doubtful Standard will run a story suggesting prices going down due to Brexit eh?

I just noticed that Baileys - Euro denominated country, eggs have risen over 20%, that's not due to Brexit and more likely follow through from the egg crisis. Wages are rising here as the economy grows so could be that too. Even Lidl irish cream is up 12%. But overall I should think most food prices across EU are rising similarly and if that's between Euro denominated countries and origin is Eurozone, Brexit is not the cause. Rather ECB reigning in and UK doing the same is but that all takes time to come through too as only recent decisions and won't effect immediate pricing.

Just another lazy blame brexit article.
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14 November 2017 12:37 Post ID: #1560558 - in reply to #1560549
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I blame the do gooder brigade. Years ago an egg was an egg. Now they have to be organic free range eggs from chickens fed on organic seed and kept in five star chicken lofts with a sea view and a 65 inch ultra high definition television.
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14 November 2017 12:42 Post ID: #1560560 - in reply to #1560558
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Arthur2shedsJackson - 14/11/2017 12:37

Now they have to be organic free range eggs from chickens fed on organic seed and kept in five star chicken lofts with a sea view and a 65 inch ultra high definition television.


They show chicken porn on the HD TV screens, makes the hens lay more eggs.

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14 November 2017 12:44 Post ID: #1560562 - in reply to #1560560
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zak attack - 14/11/2017 12:42

Arthur2shedsJackson - 14/11/2017 12:37

Now they have to be organic free range eggs from chickens fed on organic seed and kept in five star chicken lofts with a sea view and a 65 inch ultra high definition television.


They show chicken porn on the HD TV screens, makes the hens lay more eggs.



I saw a film called Animal Farm. That had some of the highest paid chicken porn stars in the world.
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14 November 2017 13:21 Post ID: #1560563 - in reply to #1560549
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I didn't know what to buy the other day as they had changed the range of eggs. One said omega 3 and the other was I don't know what. It's an egg so stop confusing the situation. What are they going to offer next? Strawberry flavoured champagne eggs with blue yokes?

"Welcome Sir, these are omega 3 chickens, we feed them fish eggs..."

How do you make their eggs blue? "we swear at them at the last minute"
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14 November 2017 13:24 Post ID: #1560564 - in reply to #1560562
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Arthur2shedsJackson - 14/11/2017 14:44

zak attack - 14/11/2017 12:42

Arthur2shedsJackson - 14/11/2017 12:37

Now they have to be organic free range eggs from chickens fed on organic seed and kept in five star chicken lofts with a sea view and a 65 inch ultra high definition television.


They show chicken porn on the HD TV screens, makes the hens lay more eggs.



I saw a film called Animal Farm. That had some of the highest paid chicken porn stars in the world.


All retired chicken porn actresses end up at KFC

FACT

That's why it's called Kerfucky Fat Chick

and why the customers when having a spicy zinger, flap their hand in front of their mouth and shout "whore, whore, whore" and not because it's hot.
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14 November 2017 13:30 Post ID: #1560565 - in reply to #1560549
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I needed ketchup prior to my last visit to the Supermarket.

Next to each other were 'Batts' ketchup & 'Heinz' ketchup. Both looked exactly the same & were the same size. However the 'Heinz' ketchup was over a pound more expensive.

I bought the 'Batts' version & it tastes exactly the same as Heinz does.

Spending an extra 5 minutes in a supermarket comparing the prices of different versions of the same product can save you a lot of money.
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14 November 2017 13:31 Post ID: #1560566 - in reply to #1560549
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Now Children when Dad next takes you to KFC you can inform him of your newly gained knowledge about KFC chickens.

"Dad you do realise you're savouring a breast from a slutty bird, don't you?"

"Yes so did you shortly after you was born, now don't speak about your mother like that"
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14 November 2017 13:42 Post ID: #1560567 - in reply to #1560549
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Cheap tom sauce

http://www.scratchmommy.com/ketchup-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly/

Who the fuck says ketchup? Yanks!

I say sauce here and crisps. By Christ I'll fucking learn 'em.
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14 November 2017 14:09 Post ID: #1560569 - in reply to #1560565
Millwalladam - 14/11/2017 13:30

I needed ketchup prior to my last visit to the Supermarket.

Next to each other were 'Batts' ketchup & 'Heinz' ketchup. Both looked exactly the same & were the same size. However the 'Heinz' ketchup was over a pound more expensive.

I bought the 'Batts' version & it tastes exactly the same as Heinz does.

Spending an extra 5 minutes in a supermarket comparing the prices of different versions of the same product can save you a lot of money.
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14 November 2017 14:11 Post ID: #1560570 - in reply to #1560567
numbernine - 14/11/2017 13:42

Cheap tom sauce

http://www.scratchmommy.com/ketchup-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly/

Who the fuck says ketchup? Yanks!

I say sauce here and crisps. By Christ I'll fucking learn 'em.
Rocking horse.
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14 November 2017 14:53 Post ID: #1560575 - in reply to #1560549
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Lidl's own range of food is astonishing value. With no difference
in quality they are a fraction of the prices the big supermarkets
charge. Their cereals are a good example, some a third of the price
Kellog's charge, I could go on but I don't want Walter nodding off
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14 November 2017 14:58 Post ID: #1560577 - in reply to #1560575
midway lion - 14/11/2017 14:53

Lidl's own range of food is astonishing value. With no difference
in quality they are a fraction of the prices the big supermarkets
charge. Their cereals are a good example, some a third of the price
Kellog's charge, I could go on but I don't want Walter nodding off :rotfl:
Somebody call my name
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14 November 2017 17:43 Post ID: #1560588 - in reply to #1560549
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Lidls is killing Tesco's & Sainsburys in the sales. A weekly shop can be 70% cheaper in Lidls.

The reason is Lidls spend less on less variety. They only have around 20 types of jam, rather than 100+.

It seems Lidls are now competing with pound shops. I have noticed some of the items in pound shops are going for 89p in Lidls. Such as toothpaste & mouthwash.
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