Cut short they die too soon.
Tesco suppliers are cutting off the growing tips of the spring onions shorter and shorter. Uncut, they will continue to grow if put in water, and be usable for a reasonable time. At the current rate, yes the shelf life is 2 days - it could easily be more than a week. It doesn;t help to get two lots either.
Soggy and rotting.
Utterly appalled that these were picked off the shelf - they went straight in the bin
Asked for English spring onions got Senegal
Not good quality why buy foreign when English are in season
Tesco spring onions have been very good from Moroc
Tesco spring onions have been very good from Morocco.Egypt.Now from UK.I buy them on a regulary.
BRITISH spring onions! Hooray!
It's great at last to have spring onions grown in the UK. They are super fresh, crisp and tasty. I hope I get these with every order.
These always stay fresh for a fair few days and al
These always stay fresh for a fair few days and always taste good
I ordered these spring onions and they were inedi
I ordered these spring onions and they were inedible.
i don't understand how Tesco have the courage to put these Spring Onions out for sale. I'm convinced they were 2 weeks old. They went straight into the bin. I have been advised the organic spring onions are good but there were none available.
I'm unsure as to why these can't consistently be b
I'm unsure as to why these can't consistently be bought from here in the UK? In these days of global warming we need as much home grown produce as possible. That said, I've never had a bad bunch. I buy them most weeks. I use both the white and green parts of the onions - only removing the outer skin. The ones that I've had have been consistently good quality. The only reason for not giving a higher 'star mark' is that they should be home grown all the time (not imported).
poor quality and old, very tough. I needed them to make Korean pancakes.