6pk Kiwi Fruits, Gala Apples 670g, Satsumas 600g & Pineapples  69p each @ Tesco
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6pk Kiwi Fruits, Gala Apples 670g, Satsumas 600g & Pineapples 69p each @ Tesco

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Found 26th Apr 2015
Just noticed Tesco have Kiwi fruits 6pk, Gala Apple Min 5 Pack 670G, Satsumas 600G, Tesco Pineapple on offer at 69p each..
Nice to see some reasonable fruit prices as in the past few months, been mainly veg on offer

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Blenders dream

Satsumas and apples have been this price for the last two weeks (you posted them).

Original Poster

kneale81

Satsumas and apples have been this price for the last two weeks (you … Satsumas and apples have been this price for the last two weeks (you posted them).



Satsuma's yes, the apples were a different type thou and slightly smaller pack at 620g compared to this weeks 670g
Edited by: "goldy12" 26th Apr 2015

Thanks

seen kiwis at this price yesterday in tesco

goldy12

Satsuma's yes, the apples were a different type thou and slightly … Satsuma's yes, the apples were a different type thou and slightly smaller pack at 620g compared to this weeks 670g



The apples are the same, Gala, I have two bags in my fridge still

goldy12

Satsuma's yes, the apples were a different type thou and slightly … Satsuma's yes, the apples were a different type thou and slightly smaller pack at 620g compared to this weeks 670g



Just weighed a bag, 680g.

Thanks

Original Poster

kneale81

Just weighed a bag, 680g.



Why?

And as always Tesco will decide not to have these offers in its Metro store

Avoid the satsumas, ordered last week and they were not so fresh and watery. Quality of their fruit is another area where they really need to pull their socks up.

Yeah, they're rotating kiwis and plums (ripen at home!) between this offer, it seems.

Still not hot on this ripen at home thing. I swear that's the whole point of a supermarket. So you can, like, eat something conveniently, not in a week's time.

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Downfall

Yeah, they're rotating kiwis and plums (ripen at home!) between this … Yeah, they're rotating kiwis and plums (ripen at home!) between this offer, it seems.Still not hot on this ripen at home thing. I swear that's the whole point of a supermarket. So you can, like, eat something conveniently, not in a week's time.



I guess they discovered they could cheaply produce and stock unripe fruit, then charge extra for ‘Ready to eat!' stuff. Annoys me too, having to buy green bananas a week or more in advance


dailymail.co.uk/new…tml

herrbz

I guess they discovered they could cheaply produce and stock unripe … I guess they discovered they could cheaply produce and stock unripe fruit, then charge extra for ‘Ready to eat!' stuff. Annoys me too, having to buy green bananas a week or more in advance

Sweetcorn12

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2778201/Shopper-stunned-1-bag-Asda-bananas-cost-just-54p-bought-loose-supermarket-blames-ripening-process.html



Ah yeah, I remember reading that. Not entirely sure why he was so surprised though.

Same reason why you get annoyed about the extra price for the ripe fruit

herrbz

Ah yeah, I remember reading that. Not entirely sure why he was so … Ah yeah, I remember reading that. Not entirely sure why he was so surprised though.


Sweetcorn12

Avoid the satsumas, ordered last week and they were not so fresh and … Avoid the satsumas, ordered last week and they were not so fresh and watery. Quality of their fruit is another area where they really need to pull their socks up.


That is true. I would also avoid their raspberries at all costs as they were so bland, completely tasteless on 2 purchases. I don't like their bananas as they lacked flavour. I had some peaches that would not ripen and they were rock hard. On the veg side I've sampled some strange flavoured carrots, inferior onions and tomatoes. I've had a very bitter cauliflower. Not all their fruit and veg are bad but I've had many more disappointments from Tesco than any supermarket.

Sweetcorn12

Same reason why you get annoyed about the extra price for the ripe fruit



Well I get annoyed, because it's inconvenient, but I've always understood why. There was national outrage over this banana stuff, which was just ridiculous.
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