Crisp and delicious!
Best kept in fridge. Really sweet and juicy. Recommended!
Usually ok with reasonable flavour
Usually I expect organic produce to be tasty by virtue of being properly grown and a good variety in nourishing soil. I've had good batches before but last time I had these delivered they were juicy but lacked the usual strength of flavour. (No I don't have covid!) Wonder if it's because it's been a rainy year ...? I wish I'd checked the certification but had already chucked the wrapper - however I know that you can't sell produce labelled "organic" unless the producer has been correctly certified. I hope next time I order their flavour will be back to normal.
Horrible texture, they taste stale and are quite soft; lacking the crunchiness that Gala apples should have. I have also had several that are very bruised and brown when bitten into.
Too hard, small, tasteless and green
They are small, very green, sour and tasteless. There are only five in each bag and not worth buying. Also they come bruised. And sometimes even if you buy two different varieties of apples, if you put them on a bowl together, they look exactly the same.
Not very nice.
These aren't the same apples that Tesco always sells. These are smaller and very very hard. I had to cut them up and cook them. No good for eating raw.
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.