Sweet and juicy apples
We have these regular, always juicy and crisp straight from the fridge.
I buy regularly but its another Tesco fresh lucky dip. Bought these Organic gala 2 weeks before, they were terrible with a soft mushy powdery orange coloured fruit, from Chile. So thought the next week I'll try the plain vanilla non organic version. These too were from Chile and remarkably similar in all aspects. I question to myself whether they were different at all and what measures are in place to prevent selling apples as Organic when it is impossible to tell difference...... 2 stars because these have previously been good quality. Its just a lucky dip form week to week on quality. Good apples should have crisp crunch when bitten.
5 in pack used to be 8
love they are organic they taste okay but they have went from an 8 pack to 5 back when i need 8 a week not going to keep buying an extra pack to get other three too expensive
Genetically Grown Organic Seddles Apples.
I think these apples should be called Genetically Grown Organic Apples due to the fact that they are seedles.
Best bought in store so you can choose the variety
These are bit of a lottery. The Argentinian variety is superb but the USA variety is nearly inedible. Unfortunately, there's no way of knowing which you'll receive if you order online.
5 apples only!!!
Got my delivery last night and found only 5 apples in a pack! Quite disappointed as I was on the impression it would be 6 (photo shown) and not the weight! Guess Saturday and Sunday won't have any apples to keep the doctor away :(
Two rotten apples in the same bag .
I had a delivery. They were 5 days before sell by date. Two were rotten. I never shop fruit or vegetables online as you never know what you get. We are in the middle of the pandemic and it was my only option at that moment. I normally buy British produce, particularly apples as they are excellent ,and they certainly do not travel miles to arrive to your plate .
WHEN IS THE NO-PLASTIC FOR ORGANIC PRODUCTS???
The Tesco organic line of product is of good quality, sometimes doesn't taste much (like organic carrots, but just sometimes), but overall a good compromise between quality and low price. BUT...When Tesco will substitute all these plastic wrapping on their own line products??? Especially on the organic one, it should be the first to be a no-plastic line. Many Tesco products have already a wrapping made of alternative material like, for example, the Tesco ginger which enclosed in a pouch made of a different material, more soft and matte, so why stopping there and not pushing to all the other products, espacially the organic line? These kind of wrapping can be brought to certain Tesco store equipped with collecting containers where we can dispose of a whole series of plastic bags (not everything), like the previous carrier bags(disappeared now) to recycle...this is a good beginning and solution offered by Tesco as it also was to give back to home grocery delivery drivers the unused plastic bags. But the dream would be that Tesco started to wrap its products in TOTALLY BIODEGRADABLE material like many brands are already doing.
Very nice apples
Nice apples I buy regularly and they are always good Just wish they had 7 in a pack rather than 6 to match the days In a week.
Love these apples, but don't think it's necessary to wrap them in plastic...