Horrible, worst than the cheaper ones. Lots of cracked, splintered and broken up bones.
Avoid -I'm not the first to have had this problem.
Delivered on Sat 4th, opened to cook on Sun 5th and smelt rancid. Date on pack 8th. Husband who eats everything refused to cook it. It was delivered alongside a whole fresh chicken which was fine. Tesco sorted immediately and have refunded me.
I've bought a few of these packs since they were l
I've bought a few of these packs since they were launched and taste great as you would expect for chicken that were reared to high welfare standards. This range should evolve to be the basic, with free range and organic being the premium products (also high welfare). If all customers choose not to buy the cheapest cuts and reduce the demand for factory farmed products, then this will happen. Well done tesco, a great move forward.
I'm so happy that Tesco has higher welfare slower-
I'm so happy that Tesco has higher welfare slower-growing chicken available now. I find the thighs and drums perfect for slow-cooked dishes like curries, or my favourite, jerk chicken with rice and peas! Cooking it on the bone seems to give it more flavour.
No noticeable difference ti free range but just ab
No noticeable difference ti free range but just about ok and versatile for most meals
Opened 2 days before use by, so 3 days after colle
Opened 2 days before use by, so 3 days after collecting, smelt bad, that rotten eggs, sulfur smell that did not go, swear it got worse, it also didn't look too healthy once I could stand to put my face in any sort of viewable distance. Hardly a premium product. Little chance of resolution it seems, don't want to go in store, email says phone, phone rings off the hook.