I don't know what all the fuss is about
Who cares whether they are the produce of California or Turkey?! Mine were from South Africa. They taste like normal raisins, and the quality is very good. Im glad I bought the 1kg bag
Odd tasting Raisins
Not very nice tasting raisins and have a very chemically taste to them. They do not seem to be the same quality as have historically been supplied.
The raisins used to have a good taste and texture. Now they taste like oily sultanas.
I like its fresh taste and easy to digest. It is f
I like its fresh taste and easy to digest. It is full of energy I eat them before swimming and hiking.
Quality has fallen so much.
The raisins from tesco used to be really nice, this was the early part of last year, unfortunately over the last 6 months, the quality has been awful, the raisin's are tasteless and hard, I wont be buying these anymore.
Good quality but spoilt by the oil on thrm
Raisins were good quality but the last lot I bought had a strong taste of deisile oil. I am sorry to say nut but I had to say it. They were from Turkey.
Your seedless raisins previously came from California and were tasty and juicy. Now they come from Turkey. They are inferior to ones from California. The Turkish ones are hard, even after soaking and do not taste as nice. Very disappointing.
This present offer of raisins is wrongly named.
I really like Tesco's Californian seedless raisins, but the last two orders came with Turkish seedless raisins, although they were advertised as Californian. How will I know when the genuine, and much nicer, Californian raisins are being offered, and not Turkish ones?
I buy and use these raisins regularly and they are always fresh and tasty