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spartan3002

  1 month ago

Oh goody , something else to fret about lol !

Apparently , it's now panic stations over the rising costs of chicken in the shops . A brief resumé reads like this ; over the last year , cost of chicks up 14% , chicken feed up 50% , then wages , transport , fuel , electricity and heating , even wood shavings for bedding ! The boss of the Co - op has warned that chicken could become as expensive as beef , which I think could be a problem for the less well off families .
I just checked a few prices , and they're up about 10% on last week .
What do you think folks ? Have you noticed prices rising ?
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mumsutty

  1 month ago
a little bit but i wont stop buying chicken as i prefer it anyday to beef Reply
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redwine1

  1 month ago
We buy whole chickens from farm and get loads of meals out of this rather than buying parts and bones make soup too. Reply
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davidwatkin

  1 month ago
I've noticed my Co op bill has increased over the last few weeks mate, I buy roughly the same amount each week so the individual prices must have increased. Reply
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SimonGUK

  1 month ago
I noticed the price of 1kg chicken thighs in the Co-op went up by 25p since last week, and is now £3 in London. :-( Reply
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sueal1979

  1 month ago
I have noticed but not just chickens increased in price Reply
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jjbmom

  1 month ago
Not yet but last week I ordered a 3 small chickens they was not in stock so they gave us large chickens for the same price Steve Reply
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Bismuth

  1 month ago
I agree with Tandle, far too much food is wasted in this country so maybe the price increases will make people value their food more and waste less. However, I do feel for poorer families who are really struggling at the moment because many would have relied on cheap chicken products for a protein source. Reply
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Chris563

  1 month ago
The price of everything is increasing. Reply
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Maisie_2020

  1 month ago
I’ve been vegetarian for decades. Fruit and vegetables both seem to have gone up by around 10% in the last month or two. When the British asparagus season started last month, I noticed that it was £22 per kilo - so possibly more expensive than steak! Reply
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rosemary-charles

  1 month ago
chicken has always been the cheepest meet . I noticed the other day that the free range corn fed chicken had gont up but not by a lot . Reply
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