Disgusting full of fatty jelly bits
Words fail me.
I refer to my wife purchasing the above chicken recently and was absolutely appalled by the disgusting quality of the meat. The inedible rubbery texture made me feel sick. This MUST be a total embarrassment for Tesco and does not relate to the image of Tesco's attempt to promote quality. The majority of reviews indicate TOTAL negativity without any response "that I can find" from TESCO. To add insult to injury, in minuscule print on the back on the pack it can be seen to have travelled half way round the world from Thailand. So much for sustainability, how can this item be competitively priced, "probably by exploiting the producer and encouraging animal cruelty, shame on you Tesco". Perhaps independent inspection will confirm this. Wake up Tesco, this is disgusting and completely hypocritical of your so called sustainability credentials.TESCO SHOULD PUBLICLY APOLOGISE TO ITS CUSTOMERS, REMOVE THIS ITEM AND ANY OTHERS WITH THE SAME ABHORENT PRODUCTION AND COMPLETE DISREGARD FOR SUSTAINABILITY. CUSTOMERS, LOOK FOR THE RED TRACTOR LOGO ON MEAT PRODUCTS, THE SIGN OF CERTIFICATED ANIMAL STANDARDS IN PRODUCTION, IF NOT PRESENT LEAVE THE STORE , BUY ELSEWHERE. ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS TESCO. INFURIATED CUSTOMER WHO WILL PUBLICISE THIS SCENARIO, BELIEVE ME.
Purchased the above a few days ago and they were delicious. Warmed them in the oven until they were hot all the way through and them browned them under the grill. They were certainly not dry that is why I am purchasing them again!
Wet, watery and tasteless
Very poor indeed. What a shame Tesco have decided to import poor welfare chicken from Thailand, instead of supporting locally grown higher welfare British chicken farmers. If it has to be transported half way round the country, the it's no wonder its gone rubbery and grey. Used to be quiet nice before they changed to Thai chicken. Shame on Tesco !
Bought these chicken breasts all the time - they were succulent and delicious. Have no idea what has happened but they are now totally inedible, so tough I couldn’t cut them, disgusting greyish colour, no taste - complete waste of money - will not be buying them again
Awful!!! Watery and tasteless. Won't buy again!!
Awful - watery and tasteless. More like boiled chicken! Bought them to use on a salad, but had to smother them in a curry sauce to make them edible. They used to be really tasty, so there must have been a change in manufacturer since I last had them!
Absolutely dreadful chicken, if that’s what it is. So tough it was inedible, fed it to the dog. Didn’t know it came from Thailand. Shame on Tesco they should be supporting British farmers.
Quality has gone to zero.
As others say, although these chicken portions used to be excellent they are now repulsive and completely inedible. Recent purchases have gone straight into the bin. A total waste of money.
Awful. Rubbery and tasteless. What has gone wrong?
I used to buy this chicken all the time, but over recent months rather too many of the packets have contained one or two chicken breasts that have been rubbery in texture, tasteless and truly awful to eat. In fact, most of these have ended up in the bin. I don't know what has happened, but I have now stopped buying this - and it used to be a weekly staple. Please sort this out soon.
It used to be lovely chicken until they started using Thai chicken, now it’s greyish, rubbery in texture, lots of liquid comes out, inedible, had to throw it away, won’t be buying anymore unless it goes back to British chicken again.