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Twinning's Tea (50pack) £1.89 @ Tesco

£1.89 @ Tesco
Down to 1.89 in my local Tesco. Usual price 2.49 per 50 bags pack. Read More
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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
Down to 1.89 in my local Tesco.
Usual price 2.49 per 50 bags pack.
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#1
nice spot.
green tea - its the way of the future.
1 Like #2
You should probably correct the spelling, to help those that may be searching for it.
#3
Is the tea sold in metal tins or cardboard boxes?
2 Likes #4
Don't buy any Twinings products.....

They're moving their production to Poland, with the loss of over 300+ english workers.....

Companies like this should be avoided at all costs, if we want to help keep jobs in this country.
#5
as a long time fan of twinning it saddens me the way they have become only last month they laid off 500 people and moved the plant to POLAND after telling there workers they wouldnt, so i no longer purchase this brand :(
#6
heat for the deal. Did not know about the job loss so thanks another boycott.
#7
that is terrible... but the tea is great and at this price is a win! if enough people boycott the brand, maybe they'll be cheaper still! :D

cheers OP
#8
wewontgetfooleda
as a long time fan of twinning it saddens me the way they have become only last month they laid off 500 people and moved the plant to POLAND after telling there workers they wouldnt, so i no longer purchase this brand :(

What makes this particularly unpalatable is that the company trades on its "Britishness' whilst simultaneously shafting British workers and looking to avoid paying NI and tax ,all on the back of big profits over the past few years. Even worse it has the temerity to get its British workers to train up Polish staff before making them redundant and handing their jobs over. A real class act of a company that all too sadly reflects the very best of British business practices...
#9
they have nice flavours:)

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