Plastic containers - Yeahhhhh :)
So I had my friend buy eggs for me from my local Tesco store. I was amazed that they were in plastic containers - so very convenient for me. I can't wash the cardboard containers because they fall to bits. These plastic ones are wonderful and last for a very long time. They have the added bonus of being able to see if there are any broken eggs in the pack before purchasing. Of course that doesn't apply when buying online. This particular pack of eggs advertised here, from the weight given, must be medium sized eggs. If you know what you're doing when cooking or baking with eggs, it's easy enough to decide how many eggs to buy and use in a given recipe if you go by the weight of the egg/s used. Thank you Tesco for great packaging.
Noteice they are not classed as medium any longer
Noteice they are not classed as medium any longer - 2 very small eggs in last delivery - almost "pullet" size!!!
PLASTIC egg boxes
This does not warrant a star rating even though #1= "I hate it" - a negative value would be more appropriate. This review is due to a recent change in my local Tesco in putting all their branded eggs into what appears to be plastic containers. When I approached the staff, even they did not know why Tesco has begun using this method of packaging. What are they thinking?
Warning ⚠️ these eggs come from caged hens and are
Warning ⚠️ these eggs come from caged hens and are packaged in plastic.
Awful weak flimsy plastic carton. 3 eggs were broke by the time I got them home.
These eggs are from caged Hens who are sadly cramm
These eggs are from caged Hens who are sadly crammed in cages. Please buy free range eggs.
Caged birds and inadequate plastic packaging!
I am shocked when reading these reviews that I must have been substituted these eggs when I ordered free range (I only ever buy free range eggs). I must have assumed they were free range in different packaging and we did eat them! Horrible plastic packaging and not as good as the cardboard packaging as one of the eggs was broken when I opened the box. I'm not sure why Tesco need to sell eggs from caged birds and they should not be substituting them when free range has been ordered. Other supermarkets I use have plenty of stock of free range eggs at the moment so I'm not sure why Tesco can't get them.
we buy free brown large eggs normally but these w
we buy free brown large eggs normally but these were sent instead, they were okay
An unfortunate choice
Unfortunately the best choice for Vegetarians, as it hopefully ensures non-fertilized eggs. I wish they would ensure that the free range eggs were unfertilized too as I am forced to buy caged hens' eggs. Until they do this I feel compelled to continue to order this "frowned-upon" product.
Very upst as when they substitute like for like I assumed the eggs would be free range for free range. Unknown to me I have eated eggs which are from caged hens and I feel sickened by it. Please check if you are subbed eggs by Tesco again. When you see the state of a lot of caged hens which have hardly any feathers left on them, you too would be upset. I put one star because I had to put something to post this review but it's no star's for me