i agree with other reviewers as to why this fish should have any connection to China. Unfortunately have no chance at the moment to shop around. Will be using it in fish pie and not on its own
Tasted nice but when I bought it I found that although fished in North Atlantic it was packed in CHINA.
Imported fish, not British. Why ?
Nice haddock, but why use Chinese imported , buy British, support our fisher fleet
why would we ship haddock from china when we are an island with fish all around us? I'll support my local fish market thanks.
Packed in China, not good, will not buy again
Reasonably tasty, but packed in China so will not buy again. I do not wish to contribute towards china's economic growth nor to global warming.
Bought to make a fish pie, but found it rather dry. Will probably throw the rest away.
Doesn’t have a natural sweetness of fresh fish. Why is Tesco not selling British caught fish? Our British suppliers needs our support. It doesn’t make sense not to make use of local produce.
DISGUSTING! fished in polluted Chinese waters.
More muck from polluted Chinese waters while our fishermen need our support. DISGUSTING.
Unpleasant to eat on its own
My husband, the family super-taster, says this is rather unpleasant to eat by itself. He says it has a "chemically flavour", but reckons it might be OK in dish with other flavours. He says the fresh (unfrozen) version of this product is much more pleasant.
Produce in Britain!
I was surprised this fish was caught in the North Atlantic or the Barents Sea sent halfway around the world to China to be processed. Goodness knows what happened to it on the way, then shipped back halfway around the world to be sold in British supermarkets at a competitive price. It beggars belief, and I can't imagine what they used to dye it and to smoke it in China. I will be checking the label in future.