British Fresh Raspberries and Blackberries 150 Grams 59p instore also fresh seedless  grapes 500 grams £1 @ Home Bargains
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British Fresh Raspberries and Blackberries 150 Grams 59p instore also fresh seedless grapes 500 grams £1 @ Home Bargains

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British Fresh Raspberries and Blackberries 150 Grams 59p instore also fresh grapes 500 grams £1 @ Home Bargains

Raspberries and blackberries British and huge - grapes Indian

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Last grapes I bought from here were really poor quality but maybe just a one off. Need to try to get baby eating more fruit so worth a go at that price
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Got these last night and the Raspberries were delicious, cracking price!
The green grapes are from India and tiny. Tesco sell the same Indian grapes but Tesco ones are much bigger but £2.00 and weigh the same.
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patti1 h, 7 m ago

The green grapes are from India and tiny. Tesco sell the same Indian …The green grapes are from India and tiny. Tesco sell the same Indian grapes but Tesco ones are much bigger but £2.00 and weigh the same.



Not wishing to state the obvious and what is already posted but intrigued as to the comment?

Could you of not just said Indian grapes are twice the price in Tesco?

Seems like the definition of an utterly pointless comment helpful in no way whatsoever. Should I be posting comments like this mods?

Utter Gak!!?
ive said it a gazillion times however do these make money.good on ya all that are in the area where these are.i only have farmfoods and we never get any cheapy deals like this
KareemSaid.
What on on earth are you insinuating. Look at my profile picture I spend a lot of time in India and have been going there since 2001 .
What I was insinuating was Home Bargains must buy them cheaper than Tesco cause they are much smaller.
Edited by: "patti" 2nd Jun 2017
KareemSaid

Could you of not just said Indian grapes are twice the price in … Could you of not just said Indian grapes are twice the price in Tesco?Seems like the definition of an utterly pointless comment helpful in no way whatsoever. Should I be posting comments like this mods?



No, you really shouldn't . "Could you of not said"
What were you thinking?
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