Branston Beef Ravioli 400g was 87p now 50p @ ASDA
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Branston Beef Ravioli 400g was 87p now 50p @ ASDA

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Found 15th Aug 2014
Went in for their 4xSpaghetti for £2 but noticed they had this on offer too, so I filled my boots. Also the basket.

Unlike most raviolis that have hardly any meat in, these are quite generous and taste of more than just pasta and sauce.

6 Comments

these tin company's take good food and turn them into junk

Original Poster

Just to pick you up on a few points with your post:

a) The manufacturers of the tins don't make the food that ends up in them.
b) How you you turn 'good' food into junk? Do you mean good ingredients? Surely then, the final product is a sum-total of its ingredients?
c) 'good food' (singular) 'them' plural. Doesn't make sense.
d) companies not company's.
e) Overall, your sentence makes no sense whatsoever.

Roger_Irrelevant

Just to pick you up on a few points with your post:a) The manufacturers … Just to pick you up on a few points with your post:a) The manufacturers of the tins don't make the food that ends up in them.b) How you you turn 'good' food into junk? Do you mean good ingredients? Surely then, the final product is a sum-total of its ingredients?c) 'good food' (singular) 'them' plural. Doesn't make sense.d) companies not company's.e) Overall, your sentence makes no sense whatsoever.



Agree with your points above. However, this product is gross, can't imagine it tastes nice Not voting.

Been this price in home bargains for a bit now

Roger_Irrelevant

Just to pick you up on a few points with your post:a) The manufacturers … Just to pick you up on a few points with your post:a) The manufacturers of the tins don't make the food that ends up in them.b) How you you turn 'good' food into junk? Do you mean good ingredients? Surely then, the final product is a sum-total of its ingredients?c) 'good food' (singular) 'them' plural. Doesn't make sense.d) companies not company's.e) Overall, your sentence makes no sense whatsoever.

iphone likes to auto correct, anyway anything that's put into a tin equals junk, just read the ingredients

Roger_Irrelevant

Just to pick you up on a few points with your post:a) The manufacturers … Just to pick you up on a few points with your post:a) The manufacturers of the tins don't make the food that ends up in them.b) How you you turn 'good' food into junk? Do you mean good ingredients? Surely then, the final product is a sum-total of its ingredients?c) 'good food' (singular) 'them' plural. Doesn't make sense.d) companies not company's.e) Overall, your sentence makes no sense whatsoever.


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