new zealand lamb

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mr rigsby

new zealand lamb

why promote new zealand lamb by way of a competition when surely you should be supporting british farmers?
Glyn Powell

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Bakingbunny

lamb

Here here. I will always buy british meat, milk and dairy produce whenever possible. I was brought up on a farm so know how hard these people have to work to produce our quality foods.

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new zealand lamb

Glad someone brought this up. Totally agree. I refuse to buy New Zealand lamb.

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Dottie May

New Zealand Lamb

I also live in Wales and have a great Butcher who sells delicious Welsh Lamb so never need to buy NZ. Must be very costly to import NZ lamb apart from carbon footprints but they are the ones I believe who are supplying the Neff oven in the competition!

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Darkginger

New Zealand Lamb

I live in Ireland, and am therefore ineligible to enter the competition anyway, but I always buy Irish, and local if possible. We're surrounded by sheep, it would be nuts to buy lamb from halfway across the world!

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Gerry

NZ lamb

I'm in Devon, Darkginger, where there are lots of sheep; just occasionally I'll treat ourselves to some Welsh lamb.

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foxylady

NZ lamb

Can't remember the last time we bought NZ lamb. Enjoyed a rolled shoulder of Herdwick last week and Salt Marsh lamb always goes down well. We live on the edge of the Peak District so plenty of good local lamb to buy.


foxy x

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Welshcookie

NZ lamb

Most NZ lamb is halal. Nothing wrong with that, but some people like to know so that they can make informed choice.

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Expat Badger

new zealand lamb

yep i buy canadian lamb - would rather local alberta lamb fresh (or frozen) than the NZ frozen in the supermarket

sometimes i buy NZ lamb mince - but only coz we buy half a lamb at a time and don't usually get any mince.

 
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