John West Tuna Chunks In Spring Water / Sunflower Oil / Brine (4 x 160g = 4 x 112g drained weight) was £3.00 now 2 x 4 packs for £5.00 @ Asda
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John West Tuna Chunks In Spring Water / Sunflower Oil / Brine (4 x 160g = 4 x 112g drained weight) was £3.00 now 2 x 4 packs for £5.00 @ Asda

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Found 10th Dec 2016Made hot 10th Dec 2016
These deals end on Tuesday 3rd January 2017

John West Tuna Chunks in Spring Water (4 x 160g = 4 x 112g drained weight) was £3.00 now 2 x 4 packs for £5.00

John West Tuna Chunks Sunflower Oil (4 x 160g = 4 x 112g drained weight) was £3.00 now 2 x 4 packs for £5.00

John West Tuna Chunks Brine (4 x 160g = 4 x 112g drained weight) was £3.00 now 2 x 4 packs for £5.00

John West No Drain Tuna Steak with a Little Brine (3 x 120g) was £3.00 now 2 pack of 3 for £5.00

John West No Drain Tuna Steak with a Little Sunflower Oil (3 x 120g) was £3.00 now 2 packs of 3 for £5.00

John West No Drain Tuna Steak with a Little Spring Water (3 x 120g) was £3.00 now 2 packs of 3 for £5.00

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Cheaper at Waitrose with PYO. 2 four packs cost £4 after PYO (£6 without).

Bottom of the list for sustainable fishing.
98per cent of the tuna sold under the famous name is caught using destructive fishing methods that cause damage and waste.
It is cheap for a reason.
Cold.


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DavidL

Cheaper at Waitrose with PYO. 2 four packs cost £4 after PYO (£6 w … Cheaper at Waitrose with PYO. 2 four packs cost £4 after PYO (£6 without).



So unless your a member it's dearer? Yes! I thought that's what you said!

bandit12

Bottom of the list for sustainable fishing. 98per cent of the tuna sold … Bottom of the list for sustainable fishing. 98per cent of the tuna sold under the famous name is caught using destructive fishing methods that cause damage and waste.It is cheap for a reason.Cold.



Where did you get this information from about the 98 percent? Can you post a link? I'm always interested in finding out a bit more about what I eat.

97.85% of statistics are cow dung

same price at Iceland

No matter how cheap I won't buy John West. Many supermarkets have accepted public pressure and no longer stock it. I believe that Sainsbury still do. Shame.

John West and Princes contain so much liquid, that you end up with little more than 50% in weight of tuna. Whereas Lidl's tuna contain a lot more tuna and a lot less liquid and they are often comparably i.e. weight for weight of tuna, cheaper than JW & Princes.

bandit12

Bottom of the list for sustainable fishing. 98per cent of the tuna sold … Bottom of the list for sustainable fishing. 98per cent of the tuna sold under the famous name is caught using destructive fishing methods that cause damage and waste.It is cheap for a reason.Cold.



So what do you buy and where? Tinned that is

Shard

So what do you buy and where? Tinned that is



greenpeace.org.uk/blo…ble

All sustainable:
Top: Waitrose, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury’s
Good: Tescos, Aldi
Middle: Asda, Morrisons and the Co-operative


Worst: John West, Princes, Lidl
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