I don't understand why tesco give a '5+' use by fo
I don't understand why tesco give a '5+' use by for online ordering then send croissants with 4 days. As usual, Tesco have little control over their procurement, storage and distribution systems and the customer ends up with less than quality products and service.
I don't understand the bad reviews. Of course they don't taste like Mr Paul's (whatever that London patisserie is called), but they are very nice and cheap. I buy them every week from my local Tesco store and they last very well. As soon as I get home, I put them in a glass box to keep them fresh.
Last purchase of these and consumed well within us
Last purchase of these and consumed well within use by date, some were mouldy, which suggests they were not fresh when packed. Will not buy again for a while in the hope that some body in QA takes notice.
Will look elsewhere
These were ok as part of buffet group breakfast. They were quite dry and although croissants are crumbly, these just disintegrated to nothing. Probably wouldn't buy again unless I was desperate.
AN APOLOGY FOR A CROISSANT!
What on earth has gone wrong with tesco products ! These "croissants" are an apology for the real thing. When stored and heated as per instructions, they are "doughy" and anything but flaky., and tastless. IT IS OBVIOUS THAT TESCO DO NOT READ REVIEWS, OR ARE NOT INTERESTED IN CUSTOMER SATISFACTION.
Always on my shopping list at Tesco. Delicious and
Always on my shopping list at Tesco. Delicious and keep well.
I used to love these. They were the best, they wer
I used to love these. They were the best, they were beautiful. Now they taste like dough with a million grams of sugar. They are doughy, and more like a cake than a croissant, and not a nice cake like a sponge cake. I like those. I used to have these all the time, with nutella on. No more.
Only 1 day in date.
Only 1 day in date.
Did not really taste like croissants. Quite dougy.
Did not really taste like croissants. Quite dougy. I wouldn’t buy again.