What a moving series of events!
To whom it may concern, on the 24th August at precisely 1556 hours, I made a purchase of 6 apples at one of your UK stores. One sample of these specified products met my rigorous standards. Meanwhile, the second product of the collective wasn't so satisfactory, firstly, I weighed said apple and it was, unfortunately, only 54.3 grams, this didn't meet my expectation of the apple as, in accordance to the products' packaging, apples should weigh between 70 and 100 grams. Upon further inspection of the second apple, I noticed a nanoscopic bruise, perhaps this apple has been injured during the imaginably lengthy transportation procedure from the apple plantation to your distribution centre and, alas, to my nearby Tesco UK store. Swiftly progressing my account of the events that unfolded, the third apple, upon initial inspection, appeared to be exceeding satisfactory features and quality and, I was hoping it would taste delicious too. However, before I had chance to thoroughly inspect the apple, it fell out of the bag tumbling all the way down the floor before bouncing into the stairwell and crashing down 12 flights of stairs, unfortunately this untimely incident proved too much emotional pressure for me to fathom and, consequently, I donated the remaining 2 apples to my local Post Office branch with my utmost efforts to attempt an uneventful delivery. Believably as a result of this traumatising situation, I was ultimately referred to my local, privately funded psychologist who concluded with my diagnosis of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and ultimately advised that I should perhaps avoid granny smith apples for future reference. Thank you for the experience nonetheless, I cannot wait to inspect and taste some of your promising Pink Lady Apples!
Most of the apples were badly bruised but this was not easily noticed under the thick skin. The apple flesh was very hard and very sour, maybe only good for cooking with. Otherwise they were a decent sized apple, but I won't be buying them again.
Always Crisp and tasty, never any damaged fruit. w
Always Crisp and tasty, never any damaged fruit. would recommend!
They do not seem ripe, so they taste awful , The skin is extra thick and the size of every apple in the pack is alot smaller than an average apple of this type.
Poor quality and poor value for money
Hardly any flavour, what little flavour they have has little to do with what you expect from a Granny Smith. Also texture is too soft. Won’t be buying them again. No evidence of quality control. They appear to be cheaper than the competition but given how small they are there isn’t much flesh on them.
Smallest apples ever, well apart from the Rosedene Farms Braeburn 6 pack I bought at the same time that were also tiny. The quality of Tesco products really seems to be declining across a whole range of stuff. Changed recipes, reduction in size etc. increased profits for lower quality products!!
Every apple very bruised
Too small to be enjoyable. I didn’t think it’s be an issue, but every bite has more skin because of it. That and it’s nothing special to begin with. I’ve had far better Granny Smiths.
I want to source my food responsibly and will choose uk items as a preference. I will limit or go elsewhere for food not specifically labeled.
Apples have been bashed around, they are bruised and are turning brown, inedible!