Finest no more, Nice in packet but cheap after
True these have changed, made cheaper and casing not originally a sausage. Shame. Certainly not finest any more. I was told the recipe was changed to make it healthy and soft. Well shouldn't the customer be asked first?
Do not buy these
Really bad quality. Inedible. Shame, they used to be really nice and always in my basket. Tesco, please listen to your customers and learn from all the bad reviews of late across the whole Tesco Finest sausage range.
NO LONGER A "FINEST" PRODUCT
Recipe changed, we no longer like the taste or texture so we won't be buying these anymore. We will probably use Aldi or the local butcher sausages in the future. You can mess about with changing some things but not basics like sausages, and they are supposed to be your finest!!! Also if you want to produce a gluten free product, develop a special range, less than 5% of the population have a problem with gluten
I've been buying these for years, but the last two
I've been buying these for years, but the last two packets were terrible - they split, shrank and appeared to have very little meat in them. No more.
Not as good as they used to be
I’ve used these sausages for years. Think tesco may have changed the recipe. There also a bit of a strange shape as not completely round and are being sold separately now as before you used to have to cut the skins at the end of sausages. I won’t be buying these again! Yuk
Used to be good, but recipe has changed for the wo
Used to be good, but recipe has changed for the worse.
Now with a third extra fat cheap nasty low quality
Fat content has increased by over a third, now each sausage has over 16.5 grams of fat each, casing are almost impossible to cut, cheap nasty tasting, not finest anymore.
Changed recipe, taste awful
Changed recipe now taste awful!
A once excellent sausage ruined and down-graded.
Tesco's finest sausages were a regular treat, we ate them at least once a fortnight and often every week, but they have changed the recipe for the filing and started using alginate casings right across the range. They are, essentially, no longer a traditional sausage and have more in common with the budget frozen brands that sell for half the price. There is absolutely no reason to swap from a natural casing to alginate other than cost. I no longer buy them and resent Tesco's attitude that we, the customers, will just go along with a sneaky reduction in quality but not price.