Tesco Frozen Blueberries 400G

Tesco Frozen Blueberries 400G
£ 2.00


  • Suitable for vegans
80g Blueberries
  • Energy249kJ 59kcal
  • Fat0.2g
  • Saturates<0.1g
  • Sugars10.0g
  • Salt<0.01g

of the reference intake*
Typical values per 100g: Energy 312kJ / 74kcal

Product Description

  • Blueberries, individually quick frozen.
  • Whole blueberries, simply frozen within hours of picking. Individually frozen for small or large handful as required
  • Frozen within hours to capture the peak of freshness
  • Pack size: 400g



Defrost thoroughly for a minimum of 8 hours in refrigerator Alternatively defrost thoroughly for a minimum of 1 1/2 hours at room temperature. Once defrosted use on the same day and do not refreeze.

Produce of

Produce of Chile, Produce of Chile

Number of uses

5 Servings

Recycling info

Bag. Plastic not currently recycled

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  • Tesco Stores Ltd.,
  • Welwyn Garden City AL7 1GA,
  • U.K

Net Contents



Typical Values100g contains:80g Blueberries
Energy312kJ / 74kcal249kJ / 59kcal
* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)--
As Sold.--

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13 Reviews

Average of 3.3 stars

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I bought three packets of them, and they are just

1 stars

I bought three packets of them, and they are just horrible. Tasteless and the skin is hard. I had to throw them all away. I usually have them in my porridge I even tried to put them in the smoothie, but they taste really horrible.

Have been buying these for years but the last 3 pa

1 stars

Have been buying these for years but the last 3 packets are so woody and tasteless will nor be buying again.

Hit and miss. Sometimes they a sweet ripe and juic

2 stars

Hit and miss. Sometimes they a sweet ripe and juicy and other times they seem unripe and dry. Will probably stop buying them.


1 stars

Disgusting, like chewing old carpet. These should not be on sale.

Nothing like fresh blueberries

1 stars

Just can't describe how much better the Waitrose ones are - the Tesco variety is half the size, almost no juice and with an unpleasant taste that's almost gritty. I opened a second bag to check if it was an isolated case but they were identical.

My smoothie must have!

5 stars

I always buy these frozen blueberries for my morning smoothies. I mix them with other frozen fruit too. One pack would last approx 1.5 weeks. For a full glass of a smoothie. And they have an extremely long life too!

Essential product information.

5 stars

I loved the product, but it seems that Tesco have stopped showing the calorie, sugar, fat, etc contents of their products, Why? This info is useful for people slimming, with diabeties, heart complaints etc. !


5 stars

Put em in greek yoghurt!! They're SO juicy when they defrost!! I prefer them in this state.

Make an excellent desert with added apple slices

3 stars

Rather sloppy when defrosted. Not as tasty as fresh, but they go well with apple slices, cored, peeled, sugared and spiced, then topped with crumble and oven baked for 30 mins at 180*C.

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