why do you not sell the bigger spring onions
These are ok but the giant spring onions which you no longer sell were much better
Last week the spring onions were disgraceful - still in date (just) but shuld have been binned a week before - floppy, b;rown at the end and outer leaves dead. Not up to your usual standard at all.
Didn't know you could grow a tasteless scallion. J
Didn't know you could grow a tasteless scallion. Just chopped 3 on 1 slice of light toast & Philadelphia (hardly an overpowering cheese). Slight aftertaste, but no taste while eating - certainly rubbish for cheddar or egg mix, salad, stir-fry - definitely not champ, not worth the inevitable disappointment. Either thin or ridiculously skinny with quick to shrivel outer skin - little left after this removed. Are twice price from local grocer/grower, but 10 times flavour - eat 3 of them, I'd stink for a week. Tesco's offer just stinks in a different interpretation of the word - don't even deserve the 1* I had to give - 1/4* at best if whole bunch used per sandwich.
A shame the bulbs are so small.
This is not spring onion 😡😒 really bad I never o
This is not spring onion 😡😒 really bad I never order again.
For sure fresh, still has all the soil from the farm in it, on it and even when you wash it, its not enough. Please go back to the old supplier
Full of mud, avoid
Last time I got these from Tesco (online delivery) they arrived full of mud. Washed them twice and they were just inedible. Had to chuck the lot. Dreams of champ were over.
Recently the quality of the spring onions has been
Recently the quality of the spring onions has been poor. Small and thin. Not much taste.
They smelled of sewage and were yellow. The label said they came from Sudan. Unfortunately I don't have a garden or else I'd grow my own. Tesco, please only offer English seasonal produce. We can survive without foreign shipments.