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Kintyre Glazed White Fish 400g 99p at Tesco
Kintyre Glazed White Fish 400g 99p at Tesco

Kintyre Glazed White Fish 400g 99p at Tesco

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Skinless and boneless Alaskan Pollock (frozen)
Contains four individually vacuum packed portions
Cajun Spiced (also 2 other flavours: lemon? tomato?)
Best before Jan 09 (eat quick!)

This was in Tesco in Chelmsford - offer expires tomorrow, I think.

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Cold im afraid.

Got the lemon ones for 49p last week (10) bags.

What does 'glazed' mean?

I bought a bag of these last week, but hadnt noticed the best before date. Thanks for the reminder.

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LJM;4123563

What does 'glazed' mean?



I think it just means that its been coated in a thin savoury coating before freezing.

releaseyourself;4123529

Cold im afraid. Got the lemon ones for 49p last week (10) bags.



Well done, but they are reduced from £2.50 I think. If you can tell people where to get them cheaper, fair enough. Also, might be worth checking the expiry date, cos 10 bags makes a serious meal. :w00t:

blahblahdoh;4124745

I think it just means that its been coated in a thin savoury coating … I think it just means that its been coated in a thin savoury coating before freezing.Well done, but they are reduced from £2.50 I think. If you can tell people where to get them cheaper, fair enough. Also, might be worth checking the expiry date, cos 10 bags makes a serious meal. :w00t:



Tesco peterborough had them 49p a bag.

They should last a few weeks in the freezer :thumbsup:

Thanks for posting the deal though.

I forgot sorry, lol

is Alaskan pollock not from miles away - how come is it called Kintyre? Or am I mistaken( not sure - been wondering for ages)? I prefer to buy cod and haddock and trout if it is from near UK. Some plaice nearby, basically.

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battez;4124938

is Alaskan pollock not from miles away - how come is it called Kintyre?



Kintyre seems to be a trade name for Dawnfresh Seafoods of Uddington, Scotland, but according to the pack it's "produced and packed in China".

exactly - I can't understand why people accept such food miles on products - ALASKA pollock , people!!!!:x

buy cod / haddock etc - British fishermen or at worst, EU fishermen. Plus less damage to environment in shipping it.

Got it????? :w00t:
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