Thought this would be as per picture and have a ca
Thought this would be as per picture and have a cardboard carton, not sure how a plastic one is necessarily!
Minute eggs. These are not 'medium'. Or possibly l
Minute eggs. These are not 'medium'. Or possibly laid by a sparrow.
Plastic box not cardboard as shown
Shows in a cardboard box but comes in a card plastic box, complained about this months ago to customer services, they mustn’t have listened, also blood spots in eggs not pleasant
Poor sizing and in plastic container
Why go backwards to plastic packaging? Also, last week these eggs were very large, this week they are tiny, obviously not a relaiable supply chain. Won't buy again if still in plastic container
I don’t know why it has happened but recently Tesco free range eggs have become really pale, watery and tasteless. I used to have them all the time but lately have switched to the happy eggs co. and they are much much better.
Odd colour yokes, blood spots, and bits.
Bought a dozen as can't make up the £40 min each week so for a fortnight. Looked forward to easy meal of scrambled eggs, etc. Eggs really not nice. First two had blood spots and one looked like it contained an embryo and was almost red and jokes difficult to mix with white as very stiff in texture. Third one, after dissection, was just about acceptable. Obviously not being checked by modern technology. Also very small for medium eggs, more like small. Will not buy again.
Too much plastic
Please stop the plastic packaging! Everytime I order these I think they will come in cardboard as shown in the picture, but they are plastic. I won't buy these again until the packaging changes as it's just unecessary.
Why plastic boxes?
Eggs were lovely but why the plastic packaging? Surely we need to minimise plastic waste? Cardboard can be recycled or put in a garden compost. As a consequence, I am no longer buying Tesco own brand, until they promise to swop to card packaging.
Tesco told me the eggs now come in plastic to help out their supplier during Covid whatever that means. I think that's just an excuse to buy cheap eggs. These eggs are poor. Small yolks, lack of taste, thin shells. I also doubt they are really free range, even with hens indoors at the minute due to bird flu I would expect better eggs (I have kept hens in the past). It's no coincidence that the cheap non free range are the only other eggs on the market to come in those plastic boxes, I think they are one and the same.
Lovely yellow eggs!
If Tesco’s say they are free range I’m sure they are! Would they really risk all the adverse publicity -I really don’t think so. I kept free range eggs for many many years and these are comparable . Also Tesco’s do state that there is a shortage of wood pulp and sometimes they have to use alternative plastic which IS recyclable .