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John West No-drain Tuna £4.00 At Asda

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5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago
Just been to asda and smelled a bit of a fishy deal on tuna, 6 tins of no drain for £4, this stuff is normally £3.60 for 3 tins so think this is a pretty hot deal!
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2 Likes #1
I will take a SOLE journey to get some and have a look at the COD games WHALE I'm there....
2 Likes #2
It's definitely the PLAICE to get your fish!
2 Likes #3
you two are just talking pollocks !

Edited By: jay7472 on Mar 21, 2011 15:42
3 Likes #4
salmon smells fishy about this deal















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:p
3 Likes #5
I'll kipper spare place in my kitchen for these.
3 Likes #6
Sounds like a good opporTUNAty to save someFIN.
#7
In before Greenpeace posters show up to moan about how tuna is caught.

Good deal.
#8
Which is better - John West or Princes???

Only one way to find out - FIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL

Seriously though, which do you guys think is better quality or are they both about the same?
1 Like #9
So it's cheap because the drain is missing?
2 Likes #10
teerex
Which is better - John West or Princes???

Only one way to find out - FIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL

Seriously though, which do you guys think is better quality or are they both about the same?


John West, because he fights bears and steals their fish.
#11
Never tried this no drain stuff, is there much difference?

If there is nothing to drain is the tuna still moist/preserved?
#12
cod knows if this is a good deal or not
1 Like #13
Anyone know if this stuff is dolphin friendly, as it's quite an expensive brand compared to the supermarket own brand stuff, and tuna is just tuna right??

Ironically the only dolphin friendly tuna i could find on the shelf at Morrisons a few weeks back was about £1.20 for three tins, which makes me question the claim as it's meant to be less cost effective.

(I'm not a greenpeace activist, just a regular person that was shocked a show i watched a couple of weeks ago showing the dead dolphins and turtles and lack of sustainability. Not here to preach my opinion, simply to do what i think is right for me.)


Edited By: Doobdonk on Mar 21, 2011 20:26
#14
i drink the brine with some hot milk ! luvely
#15
Doobdonk

(I'm not a greenpeace activist, just a regular person that was shocked a show i watched a couple of weeks ago showing the dead dolphins and turtles and lack of sustainability. Not here to preach my opinion, simply to do what i think is right for me.)


Dont let anybody give you any carp! Sustainability efforts have been floundering of skate, and the dolphins need everbody's kelp! ;)
#16
teerex
Which is better - John West or Princes???

Only one way to find out - FIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL

Seriously though, which do you guys think is better quality or are they both about the same?




Retro89
In before Greenpeace posters show up to moan about how tuna is caught.

Good deal.


Uh Oh, here come the Greenpeace posters. Princes used to be worse (the worst) but they've now agreed to stop sourcing their tuna from unsustainable suppliers (although only by the end of 2014).

For those that are interested: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/campaigners-claim-victory-over-tuna-firm-change-2237927.html


Edited By: Hilguera on Mar 21, 2011 21:24
#17
[quote=Hilguera][quote=teerex]Which is better - John West or Princes???

Until recently I would have said that JW was better quality - but not anymore. Tins of JW "tuna chunks" now seem to consist of half a tin of chunks padded out with a horrible, slimy paste of tuna "bits" which have obviously been pressure washed off a load of tuna fish bones and squeezed out to dry. Yeuck!

Look out for tins of tuna "steak" rather than tuna "chunks" if you want to secure something which actually looks like it once belonged to a living fish.
#18
having eaten both i can tell you john west is alot better quality than the princes, by a country mile infact.

Also the john west has the dolphin friendly logo on the side.
#19
Go for Sainsbury's own brand. Fished by pole line from sustainable fisheries. Each tin is packed.

Delicious, good value and sustainable = win.
#20
john west is def a lot better than princess
#21
Top post.
#22
has anyone actually tried this stuff?

i bought some a while back and it was really really salty!

wouldn't buy it again
#23
Always tastes better with a wee bit Dolphin mixed in. Evil creatures that they are....

My cat would slap me if I bought tuna without the fishy water anyway :3
#24
No available in ASDA Park Royal

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