Not like 'ham on the bone' I'm used to...
Describing this as 'ham on the bone' was misleading to me, this product appears to be formed from pressed ham-tasting slop - I was expecting a ham on the bone that has been sliced.
Felt processed as opposed to cut of the bone
Don not buy this! I never ever throw food away but this was beyond eating and I have thrown it away. It was chewy and flavourless. Also it calls itself 'Roast Ham on the Bone' but when the packet arrives in smaller print it says 'FORMED HAM made from selected cuts of pork leg meat. Cured, cooked on the bone and sliced'. It's basically chunks of plastic which looks a bit like ham. It is not delicious ham on the bone. . . . .
I agree with most other reviewers. It is NOT ham off the bone, it is reformed, which is not what I wanted. Very expensive for pretty much the same as all the cheaper versions.
Product doesn't match description
Awful product. I assumed ham on the bone means just that not preformed processed meat. Ham on the bone price for inferior meat. It was leathery, chewy, even had bone in it! Threw it out. Cats didn't want it. Waste of money.
Only fit for the dog.
It was not good quality, it was horrible.
Excellent when available but twice been disappoint
Excellent when available but twice been disappointed as it's been out of stock
Assumed ham on the bone meant slices of ham from a
Assumed ham on the bone meant slices of ham from a joint. It is Formed ham and tastes cheap.
Tasteless, formed ham, not really off the bone.
This isn't ham just carved off the bone, it is compressed, formed ham, the last thing I wanted. I see in the description it mentions it is formed but also that it is ccarved off the bone anf the two just don't go together. What is as bad, it was tasteless and dry. I complete waste of the money, I'd really like to get my money back, but cannot visi the store whilst isolating. It was as dear as if it was the real thing, like other supermarkets sell. The description needs to be more candid, this is bordering on deceitful.