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Napolina Tomatoes Chopped 400g 57p

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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
These are currently selling in Asda and Tesco for 98p each.

Chopped tomatoes in rich tomato juice. Napolina tomatoes are grown in the sun drenched region of Puglia by local farmers. Each tomato is carefully inspected. Gluten free, rich in lycopene. Suitable for vegetarians.

Definately beats any other brand that I have tasted.
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#1
Decent price!!!
#2
The way i see it chopped tomatoes are chopped tomatoes it make no difference to me, i'm no Jamie Oliver.
So if its the best like Napolina or smart price, basics or value who cares.
Still a good deal for anyone who prefers Napolina but I doubt alot of peoople will be voting it a hot deal.
#3
I voted hot because it`a good deal. Maybe is posted wrong, but I knew this product and is very tasty.
#4
These are the best you can buy, great price !
banned#5
Aldi`s own brand ones at 19p come out on top in a taste test
#6
You mean people eat Supermarket own brand? The one's with the green bits of stalk in? Urgh *shudder*.
#7
Sorry guys - you really cannot beat quality.
I even found that Tesco's finest could not compare to this brand.
Each to their own I guess but when it comes to tomotoes (tinned or fresh), it has to be quality all the way.
#8
aberfal;3074528
Aldi`s own brand ones at 19p come out on top in a taste test


Maybe, and I am an Aldi regular shopper & fan, but the Napolina ones are the best I have tried for pasta sauces, unbeatable. Usually too expensive for me, so I do use the Aldi ones most of the time!
#9
What happened to the price of tinned tomatoes?! I love Napolina, but have got a cupboard full of about a hundred tins as I stocked up in Tesco when they were BOGOF. Can't believe they're selling for pretty much £1 a tin now.
#10
e16guy;3076483
What happened to the price of tinned tomatoes?! I love Napolina, but have got a cupboard full of about a hundred tins as I stocked up in Tesco when they were BOGOF. Can't believe they're selling for pretty much £1 a tin now.


Probably the same thing that has happened to the price of a lot of things, on the back of excuses such as the huge fuel price rises.

In in reality there hasn't been anything LIKE the percentage of rise in fuel that I keep hearing quoted, of 30%, 35% that sort of thing! A year ago, I was paying about 11% less for petrol than now, diesel is maybe a little more than that, and of course oil prices have fallen considerably compared to their highest levels

I suspect it is just the usual profiteering that happens when prices need to change. After all, food has been stable or even reducing in price over the boom times of the last few years, and once things start to move upwards, it seems to be looked at as a good opportunity to put many things up, and grab back some of the shortfall! :-(

In the past. I remember many years ago, potatoes went into serious short supply, and MASSIVE rises happened, (something like 3 or 4p per lb to 25 or 35p) and surprise, surprise they never ever came down afterwards and full supply returned. Of course this sort of thing has a knock on effect, such as in that case, a rise in the price of other staples like rice!

It has happened since on many other things too :-(
#11
Shelby25
Sorry guys - you really cannot beat quality.

I agree, but Napolina are hardly a quality brand, I mean they are distributed by princes in the uk. ;>

They are around the same quality as all other tinned tomatoes - that is 60-70% average grade tomatoes and 30-40% juice, with some citric acid. (to be fair they are 70% tomatoes compared to the 60% in some other brands).

39p or 49p in B&M btw (one or the other, can't remember which).
#12
Deleted User Name 3;3077986
I agree, but Napolina are hardly a quality brand, I mean they are distributed by princes in the uk. ;>

They are around the same quality as all other tinned tomatoes - that is 60-70% average grade tomatoes and 30-40% juice, with some citric acid. (to be fair they are 70% tomatoes compared to the 60% in some other brands).

39p or 49p in B&M btw (one or the other, can't remember which).


Well, I can't disagree that Princes is the No1 all time rubbish brand (if I had a pound for every foreign body complaint that I have dealt with from Princes products when I was at work, I would not need to be looking for bargains now!), however Napolina are the works as far as canned Tomatoes go! I didn't believe it until I tried them too!

I do generally make do with the Aldi better quality ones though, as price is a major factor there, and they are always well priced, as opposed to occasionally!

I have found the Sainsbury's "boxed" chopped ones pretty good too, flavour wise, but they are a bit prone to disintegrating quickly, which is NOT always what I want in a sauce! (but handy when I DO want a smoother finish!)
#13
Fat Bird
You mean people eat Supermarket own brand? The one's with the green bits of stalk in? Urgh *shudder*.


You mean people eat tinned tomatoes and not fresh...Urgh *shudder*.

:giggle:

Can't find the post but I remember buying these for something like 8 or 12 tins for £3 at asda within the last year. Was back when they had the corned beef offer on. Shocking innit?
#14
Shengis;3079601
You mean people eat tinned tomatoes and not fresh...Urgh *shudder*.


True, but I don't get from work in til 7 and don't have time to **** around chopping tomatoes; garlic and chilli are a big enough pain in the **** without adding tomatoes.
#15
Fat Bird;3081577
True, but I don't get from work in til 7 and don't have time to **** around chopping tomatoes; garlic and chilli are a big enough pain in the **** without adding tomatoes.


I think they were actually being sarcastic about the poster of the original comment!

Fresh tomatoes are generally neither use nor ornament for most cooking purposes, unless you grow your own, (and grow the right varieties), commercial tomatoes are just pale watery pulp, even the overpriced "grown for flavour" offerings are a total con. At best they are "ok" for salad type use, but a pale imitation of the best.

So, if you want something to taste of tomato, it needs canned Italian tomatoes - rather like they do in Italy, when tomato sauces of one form or another are made & bottled to preserve the summer crop, to use all year round.
#16
These 400g tins of Napolina Peeled Plum Tomatoes are still 98p in Tesco. However, the same sized tins of Organic Napolina Peeled Plum Tomatoes are 66p. These are listed as Miscellaneous Organic Plum Tomatoes online.

Incidentally, both in store and online, Tesco are clearing the 400g tins of own brand Italian Chopped Tomatoes & Garlic / Herbs / Onion to 22p.

ClashInDevon
#17
Fractionally more expensive than in the original post, Somerfield are doing 400g cans of Napolina Chopped / Peeled Plum Tomatoes for £1.15 and BOGOF. The same cans are now down to 65p each in Tesco.

ClashInDevon
#18
These Napolina tinned (chopped and plum) tomatoes are 98p in Asda - or 2 cans for £1 - now that's better!!
#19
Minnie Mouse
These Napolina tinned (chopped and plum) tomatoes are 98p in Asda - or 2 cans for £1 - now that's better!!


Or a pack of 4 for £1.94 in Tesco, which is better still.

If you can find them, tins of Tesco own brand Italian Chopped Tomatoes with Garlic are 25p each at the moment.

ClashInDevon

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