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John West No Drain Tuna 130g (Triple Pack) £2.00 (Instore at Asda)

£2.00 @ George (Asda George)
In Store today and they have the above John West No Drain Tuna 130g (Triple pack) reduced from £3.99 to £2. Looked online but can't find it, can just find the single tins which are £1.48 each. Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
In Store today and they have the above John West No Drain Tuna 130g (Triple pack) reduced from £3.99 to £2.

Looked online but can't find it, can just find the single tins which are £1.48 each.
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#1
These are tuna steaks too and not just tuna chunks.
#2
A good deal, voted hot.

If you haven't got an Asda - Tesco are doing the same product, but in single tins (130grams) at half price, 74p each, so you would pay £2.22 for three. In sunflower oil or water.
#3
renard
A good deal, voted hot.

If you haven't got an Asda - Tesco are doing the same product, but in single tins (130grams) at half price, 74p each, so you would pay £2.22 for three. In sunflower oil or water.



Ermmmm how are they gonna be no drain if they are in oil or water????
#4
What are these like in comparison to normal tins in brine?
#5
So is the amount of tuna in these 130g No Drain tins the same as you would get in an 'old style' 185g tin? Or have JW taken this as a opportunity to reduce the quantity as well?
suspended#6
Avoid. Usually these things start to rot after a week or so because there is no fluid to preserve the fish in.
#7
Noticed single cans today for 74p - same price as Tesco have them on promo!
#8
These are great, had some today.
There is a little brine or oil in each, enough to preserve it but not require draining.
The actual quantity of tuna was positively comparable to the usual stuff. Well, I didn't weigh it or anything but it still filled my 2 sandwiches (4 slices)
#9
kruger98
Avoid. Usually these things start to rot after a week or so because there is no fluid to preserve the fish in.



So how come the cans we bought yesterday are BBE June 2011?

Honestly, some people . . .
#10
If they are vaccum packed thay are not going to rot. Someone needs to go back to school. The oil/brine isn't needed to preserve anything, just keeps it moist.

... and 130g is the drained weight for most cans of tuna.
suspended#11
alternate
If they are vaccum packed thay are not going to rot. Someone needs to go back to school. The oil/brine isn't needed to preserve anything, just keeps it moist.

... and 130g is the drained weight for most cans of tuna.



Errr, I have a degree in engineering from the University of Berkley, California. I don't need to 'go back to school'.

Learn simple engineering, and then get back to me about rotting tuna.
#12
kruger98
Errr, I have a degree in engineering from the University of Berkley, California. I don't need to 'go back to school'.

Learn simple engineering, and then get back to me about rotting tuna.


Just looking through your posting history... Did you do a minor in pointless, un-funny and nobbish forum postings as well?

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