Ocean rise tuna chunks in brine 185g, 61p each or 4 for £2.40 at aldi - HotUKDeals
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These are the normal size cans so are 25g larger than all of the branded tins are these days. taste just as good too in my opinion, much better (and cheaper) than any supper market value range.
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1 Like #1
save 4p lol
3 Likes #2
ande1979
save 4p lol

No, more like save 50p a can or so as they are normally over £1 a can for the 'proper' size.

'lol'
#3
Good price,I find tuna expensive lately,only buy it for my moggies as a treat,so heat from me :3
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Roger_Irrelevant
ande1979
save 4p lol

No, more like save 50p a can or so as they are normally over £1 a can for the 'proper' size.

'lol'

no he's talking about buying 4 tins in one go, it's a 4p saving over buying single cans
#5
I buy the line caught tuna in sunflower oil
about £1.09p from aldi a can its nice
£2 in asda
#6
mrtech007
I buy the line caught tuna in sunflower oil
about £1.09p from aldi a can its nice
£2 in asda
Is that Tuna Steak or still chunks?
#7
do they have it in spring water?
#8
Just paid £2.59 at my Local Aldi
1 Like #9
Tuna steak jans
#10
That Tuna was 52p a can when I last bought it about 2 months ago.
#11
Yes they have it in spring water, it's 89p.
#12
Meh, not bad. I'd still prefer to pay 59p more and have John West from b&m
#13
mdekq007
Meh, not bad. I'd still prefer to pay 59p more and have John West from b&m
Why, have you tried them both? Or just not wanting to take a chance?
#14
Fish 4 Ever Skipjack Tuna Chunks > ALL
Slightly more expensive at £1.50---£2.00 per 185g tin but by far the most ethical Tuna on the market
#15
Is it dolphin free?
#16
Moog666
Is it dolphin free?

IIRC they are line caught, so should be dolphin friendly


mdekq007
Meh, not bad. I'd still prefer to pay 59p more and have John West from b&m

John West/Princes/generic supermarket brand are all pretty much slop, I still buy these at full price because I'm not picking out the gross fish skin/other crap from my sandwiches.
#17
The Ocean Rise tuna (and the wild salmon) are way cheaper and better than the John West stuff which has gone down and down in quantity and quality. Hot for me.
#18
Seems a good price for Tuna. It's funny how some people are sceptical over different brand names and put their trust in well known ones. They all come from the same shoals in the oceans so shouldn't taste differently. I buy a brand called 'Tenorio filet de Atun' 120g for 50p from a discount store. Beautifully cut fillets of Tuna normally sold for over £2.75. But no-one recognises the brand so they don't fly (or swim) off the shelves. Much to my delight. :p
#19
yotmon
Seems a good price for Tuna. It's funny how some people are sceptical over different brand names and put their trust in well known ones. They all come from the same shoals in the oceans so shouldn't taste differently. I buy a brand called 'Tenorio filet de Atun' 120g for 50p from a discount store. Beautifully cut fillets of Tuna normally sold for over £2.75. But no-one recognises the brand so they don't fly (or swim) off the shelves. Much to my delight. :p

Agree completely, Tuna in a can is tuna in a can! :|

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