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Princes Tuna Chunks (spring water) x4 pack clearance £1.61 Tesco instore

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Spotted this in the Tesco at the Battlefield Monument yesterday afternoon post-match time. This is on an end-of-aisle display directly as you walk into the store. The Tesco website has them on offer Read More
Spotted this in the Tesco at the Battlefield Monument yesterday afternoon post-match time. This is on an end-of-aisle display directly as you walk into the store. The Tesco website has them on offer
cookd Avatar4d, 4h agoFound 4 days, 4 hours ago11 Comments
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alanbeenthere
Is this from the Pacific?
The stuff in 'brine' has
Country of Origin:

Mauritius
on the Tesco website
Lefty
alanbeenthere
Is this from the Pacific?
Yes it's store pacific.

https://youtu.be/6smi2wrGD40?t=55s
alanbeenthere
Is this from the Pacific?

Yes it's store pacific.
Waiting for the obligatory "Princes tuna tastes horrible, I've had better dog food, ect".

More for me!
szocher
alanbeenthere
Is this from the Pacific?
Ask your mum. She knows the answer but propably wont share :D

Is this supposed to be an insult or a joke? Clue: It's neither.
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Reduced tuna cat food 25p in Waitrose

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£0.25 @ Waitrose
Waitrose is selling this tuna cat food for 25p - usually 51 pence. * dated 2019 Read More
Waitrose is selling this tuna cat food for 25p - usually 51 pence. * dated 2019
hemp Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago7 Comments
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Anything on dog food?
hemp
Waitrose is selling this tuna cat food for 25p - usually 51 pence. * dated 2019. I have to admit I have bought all tins in St.Albans, Harpenden and Berkhamstead,
. Well, aren't you just a wonderful, caring, sharing human being!
Thatll do me
The clues in the tin....with Tuna....what % is the "with" bit... of actual said Tuna ;)
For that cheap I might eat them myself, is it line caught tuna do you know?
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Free John West Tuna

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You can claim one from the new range of flavour infusions which include Jalapeno tuna Lemon & thyme Chilli & Garlic Basil Sweet Chilli Tangy Jalapeno Chipotle Soy & Ginger Choos… Read More
You can claim one from the new range of flavour infusions which include Jalapeno tuna Lemon & thyme Chilli & Garlic Basil Sweet Chilli Tangy Jalapeno Chipotle Soy & Ginger Choos…
Tiddly_fiddly Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago4 Comments
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vultan999
All gone - expire?

thanks have expired
All gone - expire?
[quote=deb8z]Thanks,had it sent to me as AVG keeps blocking the coupon printer :([/quote

No probs! I also just had it mailed to me
Thanks,had it sent to me as AVG keeps blocking the coupon printer :(
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John West Tuna Mild Curry Spreadables 80g bbe 12/17 39p at home bargains

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£0.39 @ Home Bargains
seen this other day, but never had enough charge in mobile to take picture, as also use phone for travel pass, so typed up details, thought by now someone else would have posted the deal, but sin… Read More
seen this other day, but never had enough charge in mobile to take picture, as also use phone for travel pass, so typed up details, thought by now someone else would have posted the deal, but sin…
Housebrick Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago4 Comments
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DCFC79
Not a fan of these, wont buy again.
I not a tuna eater, but know people do buy these cans , so to them its a bargain
Not a fan of these, wont buy again.
Hot price but dubious contents. I've just bought some and opened one. It looks like cat food and tastes like nothing else I've ever tried. My palate is still recovering. I have put the others I bought in my Prepping bag ready for the inevitable apocalypse. Beggars can't be choosers.
GNKelly07
Heat added for the price.
As for the ingredients combo.....http://i67.tinypic.com/fxgh7d.jpg

I can't see it being that good to be honest.
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2pack of 4 john west tuna chunks in oil or brine for £5.00 @ Farmfoods

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£5.00 @ FarmFoods
Two for five deal for this . 1 pack contains 4 cans of tuna I.e. 8 cans for £5.00 Read More
Two for five deal for this . 1 pack contains 4 cans of tuna I.e. 8 cans for £5.00
abhi77n Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago5 Comments
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What company is it?
What size is the tin?
8 cans for a fiver is cheap, how come people are voting cold?
cheap
heat...but I'm off tuna at the moment :|
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8 pack of John West tuna in brine reduced to £1.50 INSTORE at Asda

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Asda are having a huge clearance in my local. The member of staff I spoke to said it was national but stock will vary and go quickly. Good luck! Read More
Asda are having a huge clearance in my local. The member of staff I spoke to said it was national but stock will vary and go quickly. Good luck!
fluffykitty79 Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago17 Comments
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I wish I have an asda next to my home :(. £1,50 a total bargain
brychris
Supermarket tuna chunks are just as good, your paying the extra purely just for the name "John West".
And usually sourced more sustainably
Be careful regarding price and quality of cut..... See informative table list below

Tuna Steaks - Reasonable
Tuna Chunks - Bits that fell off not big enough to class as steaks
Tuna Flakes - Floor sweepins, usually found in pound land, 2 tins for £1
Supermarket tuna chunks are just as good, your paying the extra purely just for the name "John West".
Georgedeals
These offers are a waste of time, you might swell go in the evening to the reduced section of a supermarket, you will find reduced stuff daily, its not worth advertising it.
fanpages
For clarity: Which part of you swells in excitement of these offers?
Georgedeals
My wallet

Tip: Carry loose change in the front pockets of trousers for a more favourable reaction in mixed company.
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Hi Life perfection flaked tuna in jelly cat food @ 2 for £1.00 in Poundworld

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£1.00 @ Poundworld
Hi Life perfection cat food flaked tuna in jelly for 2 for £1 @ Poundworld Read More
Hi Life perfection cat food flaked tuna in jelly for 2 for £1 @ Poundworld
CRUISEER Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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My cat loves this, I'll check it out - thanks!
http://www.kappit.com/img/pics/18289238ddcef_sm.jpg
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tuna flakes in brine oceans best 3 pack £1.00 @ Poundstretcher

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3 packs of tuna for 1 quid drain it and add a bit of oil and save a few pennies vs the sunflower one already in it. Read More
3 packs of tuna for 1 quid drain it and add a bit of oil and save a few pennies vs the sunflower one already in it.
MynameisM Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago13 Comments
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DownwithBBC
ocean's best I don't think so. Can anybody give marks out of 10 for taste


I'll ask my cat. He said it tastes purrrfect
ocean's best I don't think so. Can anybody give marks out of 10 for taste
Should be banned.
excellent cat food.
xobec
MynameisM
where else is cheaper for similar tuna let me know will save me going poundstretcher as it's not to close to me thanks


Poundland also have these


ok thanks il check tomorrow didn't see any on my last visit maybe they got some in know again
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2 x 160g Cans of Ocean Fresh Tuna Chunks in Brine for £1.00 @ B&M

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£1.00 @ B&M Retail
Cheapest price I've seen for Tuna of the non-flaked variety. Seems as good as Princes or John West, and with a drained weight of 112g I reckon you're getting a bit more Tuna than usual too! BBE 04… Read More
Cheapest price I've seen for Tuna of the non-flaked variety. Seems as good as Princes or John West, and with a drained weight of 112g I reckon you're getting a bit more Tuna than usual too! BBE 04…
Muig1972 Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago6 Comments
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Thanks, but the prices there are obviously not updated. For example, they've listed Asda Smart Price Tuna Chunks at 37p, yet the real price is 65p.
RayB
Muig1972
RayB
In Poundstretcher its 3 cans for £1 - not necessarily the same brand though. If you want more tuna in the can, Lidl sell cans with less liquid and much more fish.
The Poundstretcher stuff is flakes, and a can of Lidl Tuna Chunks is 64p for 160g/ 112g drained.http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/lidl-price-comparison/Tinned_Fish/Nixe_Tuna_Chunks_in_Spring_Water_160g.htmlhttp://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/poundstretcher-price-comparison/Tinned_Fish/Oceans_Best_Tuna_Flakes_in_Brine_3x165g.html
From mysupermarket.com - Lidl's Nixe Tinned Tuna Chunks in Brine, 185 - 45p. Drained weight not stated but more than 112g. I suspect the price is out-of date as it seems too cheap for chunks, even in brine. Shoppers - look for yourself - then decide.

Do you have a link for that? This is all that comes up for a search for tuna at Lidl: no mention of your 45p tin. Seriously, if it's 45p a tin from Lidl I'll be buying it from there.

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Shopping/FindProducts.aspx?query=tuna&store=Lidl&_fcategory=Tinned_Tuna
Muig1972
RayB
In Poundstretcher its 3 cans for £1 - not necessarily the same brand though. If you want more tuna in the can, Lidl sell cans with less liquid and much more fish.
The Poundstretcher stuff is flakes, and a can of Lidl Tuna Chunks is 64p for 160g/ 112g drained.http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/lidl-price-comparison/Tinned_Fish/Nixe_Tuna_Chunks_in_Spring_Water_160g.htmlhttp://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/poundstretcher-price-comparison/Tinned_Fish/Oceans_Best_Tuna_Flakes_in_Brine_3x165g.html

From mysupermarket.com - Lidl's Nixe Tinned Tuna Chunks in Brine, 185 - 45p. Drained weight not stated but more than 112g. I suspect the price is out-of date as it seems too cheap for chunks, even in brine. Shoppers - look for yourself - then decide.
RayB
In Poundstretcher its 3 cans for £1 - not necessarily the same brand though. If you want more tuna in the can, Lidl sell cans with less liquid and much more fish.

The Poundstretcher stuff is flakes, and a can of Lidl Tuna Chunks is 64p for 160g/ 112g drained.

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/lidl-price-comparison/Tinned_Fish/Nixe_Tuna_Chunks_in_Spring_Water_160g.html

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/poundstretcher-price-comparison/Tinned_Fish/Oceans_Best_Tuna_Flakes_in_Brine_3x165g.html
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6 Tins Of Princes Tuna Only 3.49 absolute bargain instore @ Farmfoods

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Farmfoods have a family Pack of 6 Princes tuna for only £3.49. absolute bargain in my opinion seen as we go through tuna like no tomorrow in our house Read More
Farmfoods have a family Pack of 6 Princes tuna for only £3.49. absolute bargain in my opinion seen as we go through tuna like no tomorrow in our house
stephanie_boardman84 Avatar2m, 5d agoFound 2 months, 5 days ago9 Comments
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These were £3 in Asda not too long ago but this is still a cracking price

Heat added
Princes Tuna is unethically sourced. Avoid this stuff.
radium
Voted hot for the price but the risk from mercury has put me off tuna.


Not if you eat twice a week only.
Voted hot for the price but the risk from mercury has put me off tuna.
This is "cat food" grade tuna.
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Tuna chunks 4 cans oil or water or brine £1.40 long dated @ Asda instore - Fenton(stoke on trent)

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Asda own brand tuna chunks. Asda Fenton (stoke on trent) Unsure if in other stores. 4x 160g tins. Oil or water or brine. In a cage at the front of the store. Dates differ from 2018 to 2021. Read More
Asda own brand tuna chunks. Asda Fenton (stoke on trent) Unsure if in other stores. 4x 160g tins. Oil or water or brine. In a cage at the front of the store. Dates differ from 2018 to 2021.
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John West Tuna Chunks Pack of 8 cans £5.00 @ Asda

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Went to my local Asda in Barking and saw this. Thought it was a good price for 8 cans. Read More
Went to my local Asda in Barking and saw this. Thought it was a good price for 8 cans.
d84rk_knight Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago4 Comments
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Good price
online too :)
americanv8
49p a tin in Heron

At 49p I'd suspect that'd be flakes not chunks.
49p a tin in Heron
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John West Yellowfin Tuna Steak in Spring Water 160g £1.00 @ Poundland

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JOHN WEST Yellowfin tuna steak in Spring Water 160g @ Poundland Dolphin Safe Picked a few up in Waddon , Croydon I don`t know if it`s nationwide but worth a look Read More
JOHN WEST Yellowfin tuna steak in Spring Water 160g @ Poundland Dolphin Safe Picked a few up in Waddon , Croydon I don`t know if it`s nationwide but worth a look
shamoany Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago14 Comments
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Well Made. I did use it 6 month ago. Hope this time i will try it once. Thanks
only ever buy pole and line caught tuna
stephwfe
shamoany
stephwfe
79p homebargains just bought some
For Yellowfin Tuna Steak ?
Yep the exact same on as in the picture
You should post it :-)
qbs
skydmarx
otherside27
If you really cared, wouldn't you just not buy any tuna? Pretty sure they have to kill the tuna no matter where it's from.
You miss the point. The problem is not that they kill tuna, it's that in the process of catching that tuna, they also snare loads of other creatures, including dolphins. That's what the word "indiscriminate" means.
Other tuna companies do this as well, but John West has apparently taken no measures to reduce this collateral damage. That's what you'd learn if you followed the links I provided.
Many consumers do care, and purchase other brands that are less arrogant about depleting our oceans.
Dolphin steaks. Mmmmmmmmmmmmm Yummy.
But seriously. Why do you think dolphin should be excluded from the food chain?
oO. oO
skydmarx
otherside27
If you really cared, wouldn't you just not buy any tuna? Pretty sure they have to kill the tuna no matter where it's from.
You miss the point. The problem is not that they kill tuna, it's that in the process of catching that tuna, they also snare loads of other creatures, including dolphins. That's what the word "indiscriminate" means.
Other tuna companies do this as well, but John West has apparently taken no measures to reduce this collateral damage. That's what you'd learn if you followed the links I provided.
Many consumers do care, and purchase other brands that are less arrogant about depleting our oceans.
Dolphin steaks. Mmmmmmmmmmmmm Yummy.

But seriously. Why do you think dolphin should be excluded from the food chain?
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John west 4 cans of tuna in water in brine or in oil just £2.39 @ poundstretcher

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4 cand of tuna in brine in spring water or in sunflower oil Read More
4 cand of tuna in brine in spring water or in sunflower oil
coffeebanana123 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago5 Comments
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Thoughtful
Not bad for 4 1Kg tins !

PS if you are going to post about groceries then it's always a good idea to post the weight, drained in the case of Tuna.


thanks for the tip
Not bad for 4 1Kg tins !

PS if you are going to post about groceries then it's always a good idea to post the weight, drained in the case of Tuna.
Wouldn't buy any John West products even if 2p, they practice completley unsuistanble fishing methods and depsite pressure from Greenpeace, WWF, governments etc they refuse to change their methods.
schnorbitz
This looks like a really good deal but there just seems to be something a bit fishy about it.


very funny
thanks
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John West No Drain Tuna in Spring Water 3x60g 50p at Asda

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These are currently on offer from £2.25 down to £1.00. Combine with the 50p coupon from John West to make these just 50p Also available at the same offer price for the brine/sunflower oil version… Read More
These are currently on offer from £2.25 down to £1.00. Combine with the 50p coupon from John West to make these just 50p Also available at the same offer price for the brine/sunflower oil version…
momo07 Avatar3m, 7h agoFound 3 months, 7 hours ago18 Comments
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kris147
dealerxxx
Good price but content wise is same price as the £3 one
No here you get 180g for £1

For £3 you get 360g. So its cheaper to buy 6 cans of 60g for £2


Thank you
The coupon says valid against No Drain Tuna (120g) ONLY. It will depend on how closely the cashier studies it to get it accepted against the 3 x 60g offer.
Voucher has to be filled in on a pc doesn't work on mobile :(

Edited By: kat25688 on Jan 27, 2017 23:26: missing words
dealerxxx
Good price but content wise is same price as the £3 one
No here you get 180g for £1

For £3 you get 360g. So its cheaper to buy 6 cans of 60g for £2
Heat added I like small things
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John West Tuna Chunks in Brine, 4x160g cans in Lidl - £2.79

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4 tins of John West tuna chunks in brine, 160g. Currently £3.00 or more in the supermarkets, so a nice saving. Read More
4 tins of John West tuna chunks in brine, 160g. Currently £3.00 or more in the supermarkets, so a nice saving.
Bikertov Avatar3m, 12h agoFound 3 months, 12 hours ago8 Comments
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yas212
Cold don't buy John west
Why?
They're the only major suppliers who don't sustainably source their tuna. No actually there are others but John west are supposedly the worst offenders

Edited By: yas212 on Jan 30, 2017 15:46: D
I always buy Sainsburys "Pole & Line-caught" Tuna.
Pole and line caught tuna is what you're looking for. Just because it says "Dolphin Friendly" on the tin, doesn't mean it's not caught with miles of marine-life-pilaging net!
Oh right, those hippies (I'm messing) it's very difficult to gauge who's behaving themselves nowadays with companies misbehaving more and more in the sake of profits. Hmm
I'm guessing its because they've been accused of using fishing methods that harm other marine life and not keeping tuna to sustainable levels in comparison to supermarkets. According to Greenpeace anyway.
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ragu tuna pasta bake sauce and heinz reduced salt chicken soup 10p a tin at poundstretchers

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10p a tin for the soup dated 01-17 10p for the ragu tuna pasta bake jars of sauce. found in the dockside chatham store in kent. Read More
10p a tin for the soup dated 01-17 10p for the ragu tuna pasta bake jars of sauce. found in the dockside chatham store in kent.
hoadieboi Avatar3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago1 Comment
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some in five lane end morrisons bradford

Edited By: s1i on Jan 24, 2017 22:43: spellinh
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3 tins of tuna for £1.00 pound stretcher

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3 tins of tuna for £1. Bargain Halifax store Oceans best Tuna flakes in brine Read More
3 tins of tuna for £1. Bargain Halifax store Oceans best Tuna flakes in brine
drumboy Avatar3m, 3d agoFound 3 months, 3 days ago9 Comments
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Gollywood
Tuna Flakes.
Nasty. Its what's scraped off the staffs shoes at the end of the day
No surely that is sole!!:p
Brine with added tuna
Flakes are the worst, bought some by mistake, ended up donated the rest to a food bank and felt guilty lol.
Dubplated
It's like fish gloop, fell for this before


if fish smells "fishy" its off 8) flakes are horrid, taste, texture, smell, even pepper n mayo cant liven it up X)
Not bad for the cat lovers.
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3 cans of tuna for £1.00 at poundland.

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3x 160g of tuna. bargain price of £1.00 from poundland Read More
3x 160g of tuna. bargain price of £1.00 from poundland
petergriffinisalegend Avatar3m, 4d agoFound 3 months, 4 days ago15 Comments
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*Flakes* are a no for me, Its all liquid.

I only by chunks now

sorry but cold
Well this deal turned weird quick.
http://media1.giphy.com/media/NUZ5OqHdbknHa/giphy.gif
if they not known brand I pass, as know one of the most expensive brands
of coffee is crapped out of animal before roasting, but unknown brands of
tuna often taste like been crapped by unknown animals
Bet they're 'dolphin friendly' oO:(
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John West Tuna Mayonnaise And Sweetcorn 160G 10p @ Poundstretcher

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Found these in my local in upper boat!... Date expired December 2016 Was plenty there. Read More
Found these in my local in upper boat!... Date expired December 2016 Was plenty there.
Looking4Glitches Avatar3m, 5d agoFound 3 months, 5 days ago14 Comments
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Gentle_Giant
Looking4Glitches
MadeDixonsCry
How can it be good for a few years? The expiry date has gone. This has mayonnaise...Mayonnaise contains raw eggs...Why would you think it's safe to eat expired eggs????
It's egg free mayo, says on tin.
Does it say "Dolphin Free" ??

No. I can confirm that dolphins have to pay 10p also.


X) that actually made me laugh out loud ...
MadeDixonsCry
How can it be good for a few years? The expiry date has gone. This has mayonnaise...Mayonnaise contains raw eggs...Why would you think it's safe to eat expired eggs????
its in a TIN !!
Looking4Glitches
Gentle_Giant
Looking4Glitches
MadeDixonsCry
How can it be good for a few years? The expiry date has gone. This has mayonnaise...Mayonnaise contains raw eggs...Why would you think it's safe to eat expired eggs????
It's egg free mayo, says on tin.
Does it say "Dolphin Free" ??
Yes :)... Well it says Dolphin safe, so that could mean it's safe for them to eat also.

Perhaps it means that when you have eaten the tuna, you can use it as a safe for your Dolphin steaks.
Gentle_Giant
Looking4Glitches
MadeDixonsCry
How can it be good for a few years? The expiry date has gone. This has mayonnaise...Mayonnaise contains raw eggs...Why would you think it's safe to eat expired eggs????
It's egg free mayo, says on tin.
Does it say "Dolphin Free" ??
Yes :)... Well it says Dolphin safe, so that could mean it's safe for them to eat also.

Edited By: Looking4Glitches on Jan 22, 2017 12:21
Gentle_Giant
Looking4Glitches
MadeDixonsCry
How can it be good for a few years? The expiry date has gone. This has mayonnaise...Mayonnaise contains raw eggs...Why would you think it's safe to eat expired eggs????
It's egg free mayo, says on tin.
Does it say "Dolphin Free" ??

No. I can confirm that dolphins have to pay 10p also.
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Whiskas Tuna in Jelly (100g) 4 Pouches for £1.00 @ Poundland

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Whiskas Tuna in Jelly (100g) 4 Pouches for £1.00 Whiskas Chicken in Pouch (100g) 4 Pouches for £1.00 Felix Cat Food Pouch Tuna (100g) 3 Pouches for £1.00 Whiskas Can In Jelly with Sardine & T… Read More
Whiskas Tuna in Jelly (100g) 4 Pouches for £1.00 Whiskas Chicken in Pouch (100g) 4 Pouches for £1.00 Felix Cat Food Pouch Tuna (100g) 3 Pouches for £1.00 Whiskas Can In Jelly with Sardine & T…
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tuna fish John West - five cans for £3.00 @ Asda

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5 cans of John West tuna fish. Really good deal at Asda in Rochdal, Greater Manchester. Read More
5 cans of John West tuna fish. Really good deal at Asda in Rochdal, Greater Manchester.
jafarabas786 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago13 Comments
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Six x 145gs cans of Princes @ Farmfoods for £3-49
mammarabbit
Why do people say tuna FISH but not Chicken bird?


or chicken foul 8)
Just remember not to have more than 2 cans a week for the average person due to the mercury content. Doesn't say on the tub but is genuinely worth bearing in mind - tuna store a lot of Mercury which is especially harmful for your brain when digested. I do bodybuilding and have to be careful as tuna is widely recommended but not more than 3 a week.

Give it a google if you're unsure what I'm on about.

Good deal mind!
mammarabbit
Why do people say tuna FISH but not Chicken bird?


Americans say that, I really hope that's not becoming a U.K. thing....else I'm gonna have to punch a few people in the chops
mammarabbit
Why do people say tuna FISH but not Chicken bird?
Haha. I really hate it when people say Tuna Fish. Gonna use this on people from now on
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6 pack of Princes Tuna Chunks for £3.49 instore @ Farmfoods

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6 pack of Princes Tuna Chunks, in Brine or Sunflower Oil for £3.49 Read More
6 pack of Princes Tuna Chunks, in Brine or Sunflower Oil for £3.49
donaldmcgill2 Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago5 Comments
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Just bought a pack in sunflower oil for the same price.
tek-monkey
daver
Only £3 in Asda just now.
Are they in oil? Only saw the brine ones at my local.
Not sure, I only picked up brine.
Thanks
daver
Only £3 in Asda just now.
Are they in oil? Only saw the brine ones at my local.
Only £3 in Asda just now.
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For the gym monkeys- john west no drain tuna x 3 £2.00 at pound world

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For the gym monkeys- john west no drain tuna x 3 £2.00 at pound world Also had lots of men's health branded vitamins and supplements Read More
For the gym monkeys- john west no drain tuna x 3 £2.00 at pound world Also had lots of men's health branded vitamins and supplements
darrenjohn Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago26 Comments
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NikLP
If everyone is researching the mercury thing, could we not have some links/sources here so we don't all end up doing the same work? Similarly, if this fish is full of heavy metal ( \m/ ) can we point to some that isn't?


Theres an article on Men's Health that is quite interesting and gives formula to work out a safe weekly tuna intake (need some patience I haven't worked mind out yet!). This is because mercury is in all fish and fish is generally safe but can become unsafe when it's used in excess - like everything else really. It's never been advised not to eat tuna at all what is advised is not to binge on tuna or use it excessively as a pre/post workout protein along with using it as a snack throughout the day as many people do as that's when things can become unsafe. Some articles state a few tins a day is safe but think this one was suggesting a few a week. Scaremongering is likely coming from Vegans rather than people actually worrying about it!

http://www.menshealth.com/nutrition/eating-tuna-every-day-safe

Formula info towards bottom of page. I finally calculated mine based on averages as can't really be specific without precise details and my safe limit ranges from 2-6 cans per week so I'm glad that's as wild as I get anyway as I don't overdose on tuna to get buff or anything daft like that. Once you add in other fish it's probably best to stick with the lower reading so one can every two days I'd say is safe for me rather than two every one day!!

Also I read on one report that fish from Australia and New Zealand is less toxic so guess the levels will vary on source so no exact rule or go to brand to focus on more about having a sensible intake.

Edited By: NickyOhMG on Jan 05, 2017 00:49: Formula
If everyone is researching the mercury thing, could we not have some links/sources here so we don't all end up doing the same work? Similarly, if this fish is full of heavy metal ( \m/ ) can we point to some that isn't?

Edited By: NikLP on Jan 04, 2017 12:39
sparkyparker
aldi tuna 87p a can 40GRAMS! of protein , no brainer


+1.... It's pole & line caught too
I seen on John West site (when I was researching contamination due to above comments) they have a 50p off voucher for these tins and Tesco are selling single tins for £1 so even better than my Farmfoods suggestion you could pick up three single tins for £1.50 if you use multiple emails for vouchers! Won't let me print it from phone though says need use computer.
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Been doing a bit of fishing and no drain packs are just under £5 in most supermarkets and the farm food price is for standard and not no drain.



Farmfoods is the exact same product. Have been buying it for a few months when I pass along with their £1 grated cheese (can't remember the brand) that's £3 everywhere else. Maybe not available everywhere but definitely sell no drain in the Glasgow ones.


No drain tuna AND prepackaged grated cheese?!

Do you not like having any fun? X)


Haha! Usually I pop into the local take away and ask for some plain cooked pitta bread to have with the tuna and cheese so that possibly makes it worse. I do sprinkle some seasoning on top for the kicks.

Thankfully its just a delicacy I have from time to time rather than a regular post workout protein injection as I couldn't cope with all the stress of plating it up daily. :D
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This is great quality Tuna steak , and a really bargain at £2 for three tins, bought loads of this the past fortnight
Available with a tiny amount of Spring Water, Brine or Sunflower oil, just enough to keep the fish moist.
Straight from the tin into my sandwich, no messing, no waste.
verysleepy
Not the best brand of tuna TBH
I prefer Aldi just over £2 for 4 tins


Totally agree. Princes used to be a premium brand alas not any more.
anthony212
drained but it still has a little bit of brine? how does that work?
natural water and salt in the tuna.

you wouldnt want it completely dried out oO
Me too.....thanks op.
I like this so thanks
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Does dolphin cost extra?
I'm sure that dolphins are free
Does dolphin cost extra?
That is my wife's pussy sorted this month then.
Thank Heavens.
Right just been back scanned through self serve went through at £3 so I went to manned till went through at £1 don't ask why I don't know
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is that also the bar code on the receipt/. (excluding last digit)
that will tell you if an individual pack had scanned
Yep the barcode on receipt is from an individual tin.
i tried to enlarge the picture but couldnt. thanks for confirming its a mis-scan
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Unless your cat has a weight problem or no teeth, why on earth would anyone choose to feed it 'soup'? Surely it's just a way for the manufacturer to cut costs, i.e. less density of meat / stuff of nutritional value, replaced by more water... :{

I didn't realise at first but this is a complementary food i.e. a treat and/or should not be given exclusively so no it won't be nutritionally complete for them. There is plenty of meat/fish in there as the ingredients only have basically meat, fish, veg.

Edited By: yrreb88 on Dec 16, 2016 23:46: .
Matangouk
Purina make dreadful food, Bakers Go cat etc. The ingredients in this: Fish and Fish Derivatives (of which Natural Tuna Loins 20%), Molluscs and Crustaceans (Shrimps 4%), Derivatives of Vegetable Origin - 24% fish 76% crap

Those are the only ingredients though. As the pic shows, it's basically meat/fish in water/soup. To describe the product as "with tuna and shrimp" a minimum of 4% each of tuna and shrimp are needed, it does not mean there is only 24% fish in there and "76% other" as can be shown by the ingredients. With a protein content of 75% when you exclude the water, there has to be a fair amount of fish, definitely more than 24%. :)
This 'product' really is the triumph of marketing over reason!
I would NEVER buy it - would rather throw a pound coin in the street.
Want to give your cat some gourmet 'soup', for free? Add a tablespoon of warm water to their wet cat food, and stir...watch them lap up the 'soup', and lick their lips!
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Cat soup? What on earth? Next we'll be giving them a blue rinse and sitting them down at the table in dining rooms to eat it out of the bowl -I won't say with a spoon (let's not be ridiculous) - although my cat likes to eat ON the table and eat MY food out of MY bowl. I don't think I've made this point very well. Humph (I think).


all 3 of my cats eat from my plate and spoon, doesn't bother me (but only when allowed, they are not badly behaved). I tried the Sheba soup and there was no soup, it was rank looking chicken in a grey gravy and very little of it. However the packet shows an orange broth. Dubious to try any other brand. I make them 'chicken soup' by slicing chicken small and steaming in the microwave in some water. Also do the same with fish. Much cheaper and simple
Cat soup? What on earth? Next we'll be giving them a blue rinse and sitting them down at the table in dining rooms to eat it out of the bowl -I won't say with a spoon (let's not be ridiculous) - although my cat likes to eat ON the table and eat MY food out of MY bowl. I don't think I've made this point very well. Humph (I think).
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Madzon
I stopped eating Tuna after the Fukushima disaster. 29p makes me feel someone is trying to get rid of it.Fukushima Radiation in Tuna
From your link:
"For public health, the levels of radiation are very low and far below levels that are considered cause for concern."
It's probably one of those where your body produces or eating a banana exposes you to more radiation than you would be eating a tin of exposed tuna. :)
I'd just like to say, I really appreciate your posts. It sometimes seems like the tide of scientific illiteracy is unstoppable, and that verifiable scientific facts are becoming mere matters of opinion. But then I'll see a post from you, all relatable and informative without a hint of condescension (as tempting as I know it can be), and it gives me hope for the future. So basically, carry on doing what you're doing. I love you

(not really, but I like you a lot)
I love tuna.. but if ur going cheap may as well get some sardines/mackerels. If ur after health benefits like omega 3 tinned tuna/salmon only has small amounts of it. Better wen fresh. But tinned mackeral/sardines are packed with omega 3.
jaycrooks - if you are referring to the Ocean Best brand, they are 3 X 165g for £1, which makes them 33p each, not 29p, and the total weight is 495g not 745g. Like John West and Princes, they contain so much liquid, that you end up with little more than 50% in weight of tuna. Whereas Lidl's tuna contain a lot more tuna and a lot less liquid and they are often comparably cheaper than JW & Princes.
Madzon
I stopped eating Tuna after the Fukushima disaster. 29p makes me feel someone is trying to get rid of it.
Fukushima Radiation in Tuna


From your link:

"For public health, the levels of radiation are very low and far below levels that are considered cause for concern."

It's probably one of those where your body produces or eating a banana exposes you to more radiation than you would be eating a tin of exposed tuna. :)
I bought this once not knowing the difference. wouldn't buy it for myself again, but I did buy this from my local for the food bank.
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Bottom of the list for sustainable fishing.
98per cent of the tuna sold under the famous name is caught using destructive fishing methods that cause damage and waste.
It is cheap for a reason.
Cold.
So what do you buy and where? Tinned that is

http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/blog/oceans/justtuna-league-table

All sustainable:
Top: Waitrose, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury’s
Good: Tescos, Aldi
Middle: Asda, Morrisons and the Co-operative


Worst: John West, Princes, Lidl
bandit12
Bottom of the list for sustainable fishing.
98per cent of the tuna sold under the famous name is caught using destructive fishing methods that cause damage and waste.
It is cheap for a reason.
Cold.

So what do you buy and where? Tinned that is
John West and Princes contain so much liquid, that you end up with little more than 50% in weight of tuna. Whereas Lidl's tuna contain a lot more tuna and a lot less liquid and they are often comparably i.e. weight for weight of tuna, cheaper than JW & Princes.
No matter how cheap I won't buy John West. Many supermarkets have accepted public pressure and no longer stock it. I believe that Sainsbury still do. Shame.
same price at Iceland
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this was 2 packs for £1.50 a while ago. not the best but for the price ok
Skipjack tuna no doubt. Tastes awful but unfortunately it is the only sustainable type of tuna. Ones like albacore are about the same price per weight as gold dust!
have been this price forever.
my cats like it -they said to vote it hot :-))
If it ain't chunks it ain't worth having :{
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https://secure.greenpeace.org.uk/page/s/not-just-tuna-fb
Princess/john west bottom of the league table for substainable tuna

11th place
John West

They promised 100% sustainable tuna by 2016 - so far they've managed 2%. They show little intention to change.
John West's owners, Thai Union, have been linked to human rights abuses in their seafood supply chains
They must stop using unsustainable fishing methods that catch sharks, endangered turtles and other creatures

10th place

Princes

Score well for protecting local workers but very poor sustainability
They promised 100% sustainable tuna by the end of 2014. They’ve managed a measley 25%
Continue to use unsustainable methods to catch tuna, which also kill all kinds of other creatures in their nets

9th place

Lidl

Lidl’s tuna is not good for the oceans -– nearly 80% is caught using destructive fishing methods
They should commit to sourcing tuna using only sustainable fishing methods
On the positive, Lidl has good sea to shelf traceability

5th place

Aldi

Strong new entrant to the league table
Their own brand is 100% sustainably caught which minimises harm to the oceans
They say "sourcing fish in a responsible way is really important to us"

4 place

Tesco

Huge progress made all round since last league table
100% pole- and- line caught tuna
Good traceability of tuna from sea to shelf and strong policies to avoid illegally caught fish
They say “we want to ensure that our customers can buy seafood that is both sustainable and affordable”

3rd place

Sainsbury's

Top #JustTuna brand - other brands need to follow their lead
100% pole-and-line caught tuna with strong sustainability policies
Tuna is sourced fairly meaning local workers and communities are protected
They say - “We hope further progress can be made within the sector to make our oceans safer for marine species”

2nd place

Marks & Spencer

Top #JustTuna brand - other companies should follow their lead.
100% sustainably caught using pole-and-line method and strong sea to shelf traceability
On sustainable tuna they say - “the future of the world’s fisheries depends on it”

1st place

Waitrose

A go to #JustTuna brand - other companies should follow their lead
Tuna is 100% sustainably caught and Waitrose is dedicated to ensuring it is fairly caught
They say “Sustainability is at the very heart of what we do”
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Only £3 in Asda


For 6 tins (3 yes but not 6 surely)


saw them in Asda today definitely 6 for £3 :D


Ok only trying to help
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Only £3 in Asda


For 6 tins (3 yes but not 6 surely)


saw them in Asda today definitely 6 for £3 :D
RayB
Cold. Princes and John West brands have so much liquid in the cans that once drained, you lose close to 50% of the weight. Recommend Lidl tuna where you get more tuna and less liquid.
The drained weight of the tuna's on the label.
Cold. Princes and John West brands have so much liquid in the cans that once drained, you lose close to 50% of the weight. Recommend Lidl tuna where you get more tuna and less liquid.
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This is a very good offer stock up before they sell out !
Love tuna, nom nom
You can go wrong! There's so much liquid in Princes and John West cans of tuna, that the drained weight is not far short of 50% of the contents! Recommend Lidl's which contain more tuna and far less liquid.
Asda own brand Tuna tastes better than this....but....hey at this price!
fab deal, looks like tuna pasta bake for tea lol x
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This tuna is cheap and fishy can get 3 for £1 in farm foods
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App not working for me typical TCB problems.
Thanks yet again for these now regular analyses each week KiKai of where best to exploit this week's TopCashback Groceries "powered by Shopitize" cashback offers, and for your regular analysis of this week's (fewer) offers from the original Shopitize App itself at:
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I noticed the TCB App got an update last night, which I'm hoping stops it massively messing up receipt photography, and gets it back to Shopitize App's only partially messing receipt photography up!

At least with the TCB App they credit (eventually, after resnapping & reviewing for my 3 claims to date) each individual £back amount to your overall TCB a/c, whereas Shopitize App rewards have to be saved up to £4+ level to get ANY payback & that is becoming an increasing concern for users with the ever fewer & repeating offers on there :(

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Thank you kikai, have a good one, heat :)
Thanks KiKai, always appreciated
not much there this week :(