Quality is terrible better off buying cheaper tomatoes they would last longer!
Eccellent quality. Perfect with a salad or on their own as a snack. A bit of a treat to the normal.
I buy these most weeks and find them sweet and of good quality
Very short life
Really disappointed - Although the packet was unopened they didn't reach their BB date before going furry!
Gorgeous, when they don't go mouldy six hours afte
Gorgeous, when they don't go mouldy six hours after I buy them.
The product was dated 11/05/22 but when I opened te packet the tomatoes was mouldy, green and furry. I have even taken pictures of pack. It is digusting that they do not check the items before packing theMouldy tomatoes
Last pack I bought, they were mushy and soft day after I received them and completely inedible a day after that. Tesco - do you have any quality control on your finest range at all? Too many products from that range are so awful that I refuse to buy anymore. It's a disgrace to call it a 'finest' range and pay more when the products are horrendously sub-standard. I think Tesco are selling old stock they've had for too long and it's disgraceful!
On yellow, three orange and the rest red. Nice enough tomatoes, but if you're selling a mixture then make it mixed!
I adore these tomato’s and I am someone who can’t stomach them usually. They stay fresh for ages, are nice and firm and the taste is sweet but mild. I love that they haven’t got a tart, sharp taste like most tomato’s and they don’t seem too acidic. I don’t understand the poor reviews but I am far from a tomato connoisseur so what can I say. They are the only tomato’s I can eat and I purchased them every week now.
Lovely little tomatoes ... I've had them several times now while they are being stocked at my local Tesco ... Like the different colours & textures ... I find they last a little longer in the fridge than my usual red toms on the vine ... If you take them out of the fridge for an hour or so they taste nice & sweet ... It's hard to get really sweet tasting toms in GB ... we'll never have toms that taste like they do in Italy ... unless you're growing your own of course!