Charged twice for the same onions, no refund
Tesco charged me double for my onions, putting red and brown in one bag and charging me twice for the total. To add insult to injury the red onions were all completely rotten. To fix this you have to drive to the store - for the price of onions? Seriously Tesco are you going to refund my fuel costs?
The onions in a lot of supermarkets are very wet, having never been given the requisite time to dry. The last delivery;of these though are very poor. The inners are woolly and deteriorating towards the middle. I have given them 2 Stars because I was able to use only two-fifths of the 2 that I used yesterday. I wonder whether the hot weather may have been a factor, but I thought Tesco should know what they are selling.
Shocking quality, Must have been under a shelf for
Shocking quality, Must have been under a shelf for 2 months all shrivelled up and soft.
Small and sprouting
The last few weeks the onions have not only gotten much smaller, but also are already sprouting on the inside and drying out and going wrinkly on the outside. Once we remove what is no good from these very small onions there is probably about a quarter if a medium sized onion left. Just not good enough! I will improve the review once Tesco improve the onions.
What can I say? They're onions :) I always order t
What can I say? They're onions :) I always order these onions when I need some, and have had no cause to complain about them.
not a happy customer.
my onions have been dried out the last twice, getting really fed up with the quality of tesco products.
Ok quality thanks
Ok quality thanks
Abfab quality 5*****
Absolutely fantastic onions...always quality and great for cheese and onion sandwiches or for use in cooking your favourite meal such as curry or bolognese...highly recommend
3/4 of all the onins i recieved in my last order w
3/4 of all the onins i recieved in my last order were rotten so needed thrown in the bin :(
Stop putting your loose fruit/veg in plastic bags
The onions are good but there is a reason why I choose the unpackaged loose onions (trying really hard to use less plastic). Why, then, when the order is delivered, do you insist on putting my onions in a plastic bag???The ‘free’ plastic bag that you put them in says that it is to keep the product separate and in good condition. How can an un-recyclable plastic bag improve the condition of the onions? You do this with all the loose vegetables I buy and so it makes the whole “we are trying to use less packaging” mantra completely and utterly pointless.