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obewan

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obewan says:

Tesco's Burgers

I've just had lunch in the local Tesco's cafe.

THe lovely waitress asked if I'd like anything on the Burger

I said "yeah, a fiver each way"

 

I also hear their meatballs are the dogs bollocks

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Ninjachica

we do have a really good local butcher here, Nina's used it and the meat is always good quality.

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BaldE35

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BaldE35 says:

29% horse meat value burger

I work as a Food tech in the meat industry. Tesco are  massive, retail buyers screw the suppliers into the ground 45% profit margins on all frozen food items are not unusual.

The frozen food meat industry is a commodity market with lots being bought and sold much the way oil or wheat is traded and each factory competes to obtain raw materials at the right price.Traders get between the suppliers (farmers/ boning plants) & the manufacturers and push the price up.    

Sometimes you will buy a batch of meat having been assured of it provenance just to find that what arrives at the back door is not what you thought you where buying. The whole plant can come grinding to a halt because the J.I.T has f*cked up.

So in some ways it almost inevitable that some unscrupulous trader has pulled a fast one on a factory the bit I find highly amusing it was the Irish FSA that found the issue but it was mainly Irish Factories that had been doing dodgy deals! Talk about shooting yourself in the foot!   

 

 

 

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roseyeric

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roseyeric says:

well, well, well

BaldE, now there's my kinda plant......

'boning plants'

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hawk750

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hawk750 says:

Gee up neddy

The word Hamburgers is an anagram of Shergar bum

 
HMV vouchers are now being accepted at Tesco.
HMV stands for Horse Meat Vouchers.

 
I had one of those Tesco Horse Burgers, I still got a bit between my teeth.

  
Tesco  have just withdrawn their veggie burgers too after they discovered traces of Uniquorn in them.

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Yank

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Yank says:

rosyeric

Ya comic - I usually just lay low, but your recent posts have made me laugh out loud - and I sure needed it!
Thanks


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roseyeric

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roseyeric says:

glad

to be of service Yank ;-)

I'm here most nights

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preunit

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preunit says:

"I'm here most nights"

Man......they told you it was a stable?:ph43r:

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Tesco's new logo

on their trucks:

YOU SHOP ---- WE TROT

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ninjachica

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ninjachica says:

tesco

Now you can afford to buy that pony your daughter always wanted, one bit at a time.

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Brigette

typo ?

surely you mean ---- one BITE at a time :lol::lol::lol:

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