Iceland Beef Mince 700g

(6 customer reviews)


Iceland Beef Mince 700g

(6 customer reviews)



4 for £10.00
£4.29 per 1 kg

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Nutrition Info

per 100g:

  • Energy 2592kJ/619kcal
  • Fat 70g
  • - of which saturates 19g
  • Carbohydrates <0.5g
  • - of which sugars <0.5g
  • Protein <0.5g
  • Salt 1.4g
  • Vitamin A 800 µg (100% NRV)
  • Vitamin D 7.5 µg (100% NRV)
  • NRV = Nutrient Reference Values

How to cook

Pan Fry Frozen

medium heat

Place wok or frying pan over a medium heat.

Add required amount to the pan.

Stir occasionally until browned, reduce heat if necessary.

Drain and continue with chosen recipe.

Beef. Typical percentage of fat content under 20%. Typical collagen/meat protein ratio under 15%.

Beef Mince.

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Manufacturers Address

Produced and Packed in the U.K. for Iceland Foods Ltd., U.K., CH5 2NW & Iceland Stores Ireland Ltd., Unit 250, Corporate Park 2, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.

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To contact us please call: 0800 328 0800

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Storage information

Keep Frozen at -18°C or Colder

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Customer Reviews

(6 customer reviews)

This was very disappointing. Not sure where to begin, I used the whole bag to make a Cottage Pie and Spaghetti Bolognese. Both normally very flavourable dishes (using other ingredients, like tomatoes, puree, onion, herbs, stock, red wine etc). but not made with this mince. The mince did reduce by about a third, was totally unbeef like in taste, and the texture is very hard to describe, but it sort of disintegrated in your mouth like wet sawdust, it really was inedible, and am very ashamed to say i had to throw both dishes out. I really would not recommend this mince, even quorn mince has a better texture and hold together better and takes on flavours very well.

Nutrition Info


Beef. Typical percentage of fat content under 20%. Typical collagen/meat protein ratio under 15%.