KTC chopped tomatoes 4 for £1 tesco
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KTC chopped tomatoes 4 for £1 tesco

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Found 21st May 2016
on offer 4 for £1
ramadan offers started at tesco
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HOT!.....Ramadan.
I'm pretty sure that these are the same ones that are always for for a quid, along with chickpeas and a couple of other tins
KTC use GM ingredients.

KTC use GM ingredients.


Ah, thanks, good to know they only use the best.
walsall123

KTC use GM ingredients.



​who cares
good find op, heat added

​who cares


You will, when your insides genetically mutate after munching gm foods.
walsall123

KTC use GM ingredients.



​Oh no really? How do you know?

I'm pretty sure that these are the same ones that are always for for a … I'm pretty sure that these are the same ones that are always for for a quid, along with chickpeas and a couple of other tins


No, they are normally 39p each or 3 for £1. Every so often (not all the time) they go 4 for £1, like they are now. So this is a decent deal if you use a lot of tinned toms. I would also add it's not a ramadan offer, Tesco do it practicaly once a month.

Edited by: "dewonderful" 21st May 2016

KTC use GM ingredients.


GM or much higher prices and future food shortages. Which one??
Heron Foods always has tinned tomatoes (plum or chopped) at 4 for £1 if you need some when this deal has ended
Always been 4 for £1 in poundland
They been on at 4 for a pound since Tesco started selling them lol
sorry but these are horrible tomatoes
This price in Poundland all the time.
Same price as Asda if like me you hate Tesco lol
Tinned mush, I don't even know how they are allowed to call them tomatoes.
Sorry cold from me.
B&M 4 for £1 always too
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Heat for Ramadan!
dean031

Same price as Asda if like me you hate Tesco lol



​Not as much as I hate ASDA
25p each in Sainsbury's as well, along with the chickpeas.

Ignore scare mongering about GM foods, nearly every thing you eat will have been genetically modified in some way. It's definitely the way forward for food production.
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