They may look yellow but very hard inside
The bananas looked fine when delivered 6 days ago and still look alright now, but so hard that I could hardly remove the peel. I could not bite into them at all.
Thank you everyone for helping us get through this
Thank you everyone for helping us get through this period
It would be nice to be able to know what the 3+ days means. If it is the number of days when "Use By" is up then most of your customers will be totally confused as there are a hell of a lot of GREEN bananas going out to customers judging by the reviews that will possibly be "ripe" within 3 days but that will NOT be anywhere near the USE BY date. Totally useless information if this covers both Ripe & Green bananas. Lots of people will throw these away after 3 days adding to the food waste mountain. "NUL POINTS" Tesco. Must try harder!!
random sizes but same price
Cannot understand why some bags are tiny bananas (like those advertised as small) and some are large but same price?
Was not that good quality as all bananas were not
Was not that good quality as all bananas were not edible. All were green and very hard. I had to wait 3 days before i was able to eat them. Bananas received Wednesday 11th February with my weekly shop. Usually, bananas are very good, this was the first time that I received all five green bananas.
These were NOT ripe bananas - they were green!
I ordered online and the bananas I received were of good quality, but they were NOT ripe. I ordered ripe bananas because that's what I wanted - yellow bananas - like the ones in the picture above. But these were green - very green and, being February, it took ages for them to ripen up. I hate green bananas! If it says ripe bananas on the pack - then that's what they should be - ripe!
4 days after purchase and my "ripe" bananas are still green.
Ripe(n at home)
Not ripe in the slightest. Three days after they have arrived and they are just as green as when they arrived. I recall a time in Tesco which may shed light on this. A person was training another person up it seems - this was in the fruit and veg section. Trainer staff member says to the trainee, "Put the ripe ones at the front, okay?" The trainee and newly employed person looks a little confused. The trainer looks at me with an "oh my... " look on their face. The trainer asks the trainee, "Errr.. you do know what ripe means, right?" The trainee says, "Yeah... it means it is, like, really rank.. really bad, right?" The trainer looks at me like Tim from The Office might look at the camera.
Always good bquality
Used for sandwiches