it doesn't say anything about sustainable fishing,
it doesn't say anything about sustainable fishing, or done by trawler etc. are they hiding this information? i feel uneasy
Worst tuna I've ever had: very dry, even after being stirred into a pan of chopped tomatoes.
What's Not To Like
The tin size may have shrunk, But it is not expensive. It's £0.46 cheaper than John West equivalent as of 26/10/20 anyway and no real difference in taste. 2 tins well drained, then Mayo added with a little fresh pepper makes 3 sandwiches on bread or 4 in rolls (No butter added), which we like. Add cucumber and or tomato if you want it a little healthier or fancier. Before Covid I would make them and take to work for my work colleagues and they enjoyed them too. Maybe it's the way I make them, or maybe I'm not a food snob when it comes to fish in a tin. I marked it down 1 star due to not having a ring pull top.
All Tin - No Tuna!
I stopped buying this due to the constantly diminishing amount in the tin. These days there's more tin & water than there is Tuna. Plus - Is it really dolphin friendly?
Flakes not chunks
Hard pushed to find any chunks of tuna in this tin - just flakes.
It is good quality if I can have help to open,not
It is good quality if I can have help to open,not sure by lack of description/ picture if these have ring pull tops. Have mentioned on pickers notes.. Advise please?
Using 14 tins per week. Current source GHANA. Definitely not chunks, just bits n pieces. Trading standards.....?
About 50 percent of the tin is water , springwater
About 50 percent of the tin is water , springwater or not im actually buying tuna , pretty poor value , even at 4 tin price ....
Tuna Chunks no, just a slurry of tuna flakes. What is it with Tesco fish being so disappointing. Can code Ghana GS/SF/EF038 BBE July 2022
It wasn't chunks of tuna, it was bit and pieces of
It wasn't chunks of tuna, it was bit and pieces of tuna, with an unpleasant taste.