These have been large, crisp and sweet the past few weeks but this week they were small, soft and tasteless - what’s happened?
Absolutely awful. No taste and soft - nothing like a grape. How long have they been stored????
A complete waste of money
I could see some of the grapes were rotten when they arrived so I opened the punnet in the hope of saving most of them. However - on presenting them to a bowl of water - they all simply fell away from the stalks. The whole lot had to be thrown into the compost. They must have been well past their sell-by date before delivery.
SADLY THESE GRAPES ARE FAR TOO BIG AND TO BE HONEST,, TASTELESS
These were not good quality and I threw them away;
These were not good quality and I threw them away; in fact I now buy most of my fruit from M&S because I find that from Tesco disappointing
Lovely large green grapes full of juice
These green grapes are the largest I ever seen and keep very well in the fridge not so sweet as the red grape so I mix them half and half with zero fat Greek yogurt can get a better desert
Not always good quality; longer bfd Always keep i
Not always good quality; longer bfd Always keep in fridge
Good quality,value and very sweet
Not so good
The punnet of grapes were a disgrace. They had smashed up brown ones in the bottom of punnet, and unable to eat most of them. I had to purchase more in the week to replace the ones that were damaged.
Hit and miss buy
Hit and Miss depending on their origin and time of the year. The larger grapes aren’t as flavoursome as the smaller variety. You have to check the bottom as frequently I am sent brown squashed grapes.