Thrown out within 48 hours
Goes off within 24 hours some pieces unuseable when delivered.
The product itself is excellent. Unfortunately it is rarely stocked which doesn't enable customers to properly rate it
Buy them every week - don't go off in my fridge...
Not sure what it is with folks' greens box in the fridge - these last well beyond their 'prescribed day' before going soft or anything - and I even sometimes chomp them raw. For cooking any day. Yes, they might be quite expensive, you can do this work yourself; but for a bag that I can quickly dump in my fridge and use over the coming week, they're certainly doing the trick for me. No worse in quality than most celery you can get delivered. 4*-rating, orginally, because, yes, they're a tad pricey, alas dreadfully 5*-convenient and hygienic.
Tesco should not be stocking this.
Poor quality. Small quantity. Short dated Like most of your other reviewers I found this totally unacceptable.
I do not exactly hate it but it was going mouldy from the collection of my shopping. Very disappointing.
The quality of the celery sticks that were deliver
The quality of the celery sticks that were delivered to me last week was terrible. I couldn’t see till I opened the bag the condition they were in . Each stick was brown at each end , some were rotten right in the middle . Even though the sell by date wasn’t until the next day they were quite inedible.
Absolutely pointless. We can all cut the end off a celery stick ourselves.
Was warned of a short use by date, two days but when opened with one day to go only three stalks were useable, all had gone soft and brown had been in fridge,
Poor Sticks Brown on Ends bb date was next day!
Disappointed arrived brown on ends, with best before date of one day.? Taste watery, yet very tough and stringy now in the bin after using one stick. Wished I had ready previous reviews and bought large celery instead. Will not buy again.
Not very good. Smaller packets & it's a lottery as to whether it will be hard, soft or rotting. Best uyy the whole celery, which tend to be fresher.