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6 x cans of PRINCES tuna in brine at Farm foods for £3.49
6 x cans of PRINCES tuna in brine at Farm foods for £3.49

6 x cans of PRINCES tuna in brine at Farm foods for £3.49

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6 x cans of PRINCES tuna in brine at Farm foods for £3.49

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Cold

Only £3 in Asda

Sounds a bit fishy to me :-)

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gill71

Sounds a bit fishy to me :-)



Ha ha - love it !

INDUSTRYHATER

Only £3 in Asda


Is it definitely for 6 cans ?

Good price op thanks

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INDUSTRYHATER

Only £3 in Asda



For 6 tins (3 yes but not 6 surely)

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Teza511

Is it definitely for 6 cans ?



Yes - bought them today

susienorris

Yes - bought them today


Thanks that's a bargain

Thanks, would cost me £4 to get the bus to Asda and back so cheaper at Farmfoods for me.

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.

RayB

Cold. Princes and John West brands have so much liquid in the cans that … 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.

susienorris

For 6 tins (3 yes but not 6 surely)



​saw them in Asda today definitely 6 for £3

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Agent004

​saw them in Asda today definitely 6 for £3



Ok only trying to help

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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