Time To Boycott Tesco?


Well I do shop in Tesco's & they buy my cattle so am happy to shop there.
The Vegan range was growing last spring & covering more & more shelf space & I felt quite worried for livestock farmers futures, this year....Crikey you'd have a had job to find Vegan food and the meat range & shelf space has been extended. (y)
Of course Tesco etc would rather sell folks ‘I can’t believe it’s not meat’. Fake meat involves cheap ingredients going in at one end of a factory, the hell being processed out of them inside the factory and an ultra-processed ‘product’ emerging at the other, which the supermarket can try to pretend is worth as much (or more, cos its ‘saving the planet’) as the real thing; quality meat which will (rightfully) always be expensive to produce.

Which product has the greater markup; burgers or fakeburgers?


Mixed Farmer
Romney Marsh
There is more profit in vegan food for the supermarkets, so they are going to push the agenda.

The supermarkets have yet to completely control prices for livestock, as pesky farmers keep selling into the open markets and getting the true price...... which Mr Tesco etc can not dictate.

Once all this vegan shite is made in a factory, the price control of it will be with the buyers.

I'm just waiting for the day that these vegans start getting serious health issues with their diets....... then watch the fad disappear.

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