I used to be the guy buying up all the $18 chicken breasts discounted at Wellcome but after doing some research, i figured I should perhaps spend a bit more money and time to make sure I'm buying something that isn't just high in protein but also healthy too. So I've stopped buying the Chinese or Brazil chickens, been shopping around and found US chicken can be very cheap - discounted at $25 for 1kg of chicken leg steaks. Fair amount skin obviously but a lot meat too.
I've also looked at Foodwise with prices ranging from $59-89 for 1kg of various cuts of Thai/Danish chicken with claims of "no hormones added".
So, where do you buy your chicken and any tips? I'm quite suspicious of the US chicken - I've read that it's illegal to add hormones to US chicken but how can they ship to HK, sell it at a profit (with the original RRP of ard $49/1kg) and be so cheap?