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Posted 14 June 2023

John West Tuna Chunks in Brine/Sunflower oil 145 g (Pack of 4) £3.75 @ Amazon

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Naturally high in protein tuna chunks, the perfect companion for muscle growth or fat loss. This versatile tuna is great for adding healthy, natural protein to your snacks, post gym or mid-week meals.

Tuna, Water, Salt
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  1. lindahugill1's avatar
    Cheaper in b&m
  2. Corner_taken_quickly's avatar
    Used to kno a fella called John West.. he was a piano tuna.. I kid u not!
    QuickNick's avatar
    I trust you'll see yourself out?
  3. gingertips's avatar
    Shame none in water as would buy. These are 2x for £8 in supermarkets. Heat added
    jagsman49's avatar
    In spring water at Asda for same price.
  4. calmac3105's avatar
    Got mine for £3 each when I bought 4 lots with maximum 15% Subscribe and save discount - as it gives extra 5% off when you buy quantity 4
    Sashecuador's avatar
    I got mine same price. 4 lots for £12.
  5. scunny's avatar
    Same price in Asda.
    calmac3105's avatar
    Yes but do they do subscribe and save then offer an extra 5% off? 😁
  6. Reality's avatar
    Shame it's not in spring water.
  7. stedoc1's avatar
    I'm unable to see subscribe and save anywhere for this
    rev6's avatar
    No longer available
  8. samspud's avatar
    Only offers me brine as single purchase?

    EDIT: Found. Had to search separately (edited)
  9. LadyGrinningSoul's avatar
    Sashecuador's avatar
    You're very welcome
  10. wadz's avatar
    x4 with max S&S and extra 5% discount for £12
  11. Georgedeals's avatar
    Thanks op
  12. paulbirkettuk's avatar
    It's a £1 per tin in Aldi for Tuna Steak. Better quality than this in my opinion.
    StaceyQ's avatar
    Aldi or Lidl are good for Tuna steak.
    Even Tesco own brand (no drain) Tuna steak is often 3 for £3.
    John West are part of Thai Union Group which produces supermarket branded Tuna too.
  13. scoobytawazara's avatar
    Do you have to order 4x1 is 4 times
    scoobytawazara's avatar
    Ok got it for £12 thanks
  14. ruheluddin86's avatar
    On subscribe and save must ALL your purchased items get delivered on a single day in future? Can some be added to S&S and others next day!?
  15. boatyboy's avatar
    I used to wonder why the bloke that did Tuna kept getting mentioned in the news.

    Took a while until I realised they were talking about a different West.
  16. Simona90's avatar
    The drained tuna 3 pack at Lidl (in sunflower oil) is amazing 🍣 and I believe better than this. Around 90p a can. The one in spring water isn’t that nice however as a personal preference.
    Rob_Samsung's avatar
    Just a shame that the tide is turning on sunflower oil being good for you. I've now stopped using it or consuming it in any form.
  17. TheGos's avatar
    Costco £10 for 12 (edited)
  18. weeZl's avatar
    tuna is just posh sardines
    Robdataff's avatar
    I can't handle the bones in sardines. I don't care if they are soft.
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