Youngs 10 Fish Fingers For 56p @ Netto Instore Only! - HotUKDeals
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#1
Horrible stuff,more fish on the fishmongers knife.
#2
Good price! These are tiny tho - much smaller than Birds Eye fish fingers, and the quality isnt as good.
#3
Didn't realise Netto was still trading (in the UK) - all of them round here (Lincolnshire) have closed down - including the brand new one in Boston. Have they become a regional supermarket or something?
#4
Owch
Didn't realise Netto was still trading (in the UK) - all of them round here (Lincolnshire) have closed down - including the brand new one in Boston. Have they become a regional supermarket or something?


They still are, but the UK side is now owned by Asda who are converting them or have sold a number off due to the competition commission
#5
If it just says Fish Fingers on the box, it means the worst fish - probably pollock, and it'll be the worst bits of the worst fish all minced up.
#6
Just cut one open and look whats inside(or should I say what's not inside)

Fish fingers are aimed at kids and are imo one of the biggest rip offs going.They are all coated in thick crumb or batter with a miniscule amount of white stuff inside
#7
jhw
If it just says Fish Fingers on the box, it means the worst fish - probably pollock, and it'll be the worst bits of the worst fish all minced up.


Pollock is fine if fillets , but these will be minced fish of various species
#8
Netto was bought out by Asda, they are either shutting them down or rebranding them as Ugo stores (similar stock with increased prices) its happened where I live and people are now just avoiding the Hugo's...... Bad move Asda.

Anyway back to the OP, never seen these but will give them a try as seems a decent price, what percentage of fish is in them?
#9
By the way Ugo is now called who-goes, as no one does. You'll understand if you compare the prices e.g. diet cola Netto 18p, Ugo 56p and various other increases fair too many to list :-P
#10
our Netto is changing to a Morrisons this week

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