Morrisons Wonky Grapes 500g - £1.25
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Morrisons Wonky Grapes 500g - £1.25

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Found 13th Mar
Not sure why they are called wonky(you will find it hard to observe wonkiness in grapes), but they taste delicious.

This has always been the price but posting here because people might have been apprehensive about the taste.
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Buy wonky, buy wonky, buy wonky. Have I said it enough? It's a scandal how much goes to waste, the suppliers have to sort out the nice looking stuff from the wonkies and the supermarkets inspect. It's not their fault, it's ours.

Do the right thing. Buy wonky
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taste great as Op says, much nicer than the 'non wonky' ones lol, very sweet and moreish - yummy
I have to agree with you, "A Wonky Grape Is Just A Grape" and at £1.25 I'll be happy to buy them.
I have to assume 'wonky' is Morrisons generic term to describe products that don't conform to EU beauty regulations.
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pavel765 m ago

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Oops, did not see it, saw the lidl offer and posted this.
Buy wonky, buy wonky, buy wonky. Have I said it enough? It's a scandal how much goes to waste, the suppliers have to sort out the nice looking stuff from the wonkies and the supermarkets inspect. It's not their fault, it's ours.

Do the right thing. Buy wonky
There"s a few other items in the wonky range. Plums, kiwis, cherries, potatoes to name a few but probably others to. I can't remember the prices but will check tomorrow.
Edited by: "magikman" 13th Mar
Maybe they are cuboid. I'd definitely buy them then.
Are there straight grapes too?
these are not de-seeded the majority of the time, having said that they're really nice and sweet, well worth it
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philjstephenson4 m ago

these are not de-seeded the majority of the time, having said that they're …these are not de-seeded the majority of the time, having said that they're really nice and sweet, well worth it


You mean seedless? Yes they are seedless.
actually they arent always de-seeded, ive had 3 packs and two had pips in, it does say on the small print ....almost ruined my day it did
Grapes have feelings, too! At least these are murdered by squashing their intestines out into tasty juice! or having their reproductive parts ripped out of them, have some respect for vegetarians! And they aren't 'wonky' that's politically incorrect and very offensive, you should refer to them as having an 'alternate shape'
It's going to look the same coming out the other end regardless of how pretty it looks on the shelves, not sure what the obsession with photogenic fruit and veg is. If anything it's more interesting to buy the weird shaped ones, just in case you get something cool-looking.
Tesco sells ‘suntrail’ their brand grapes 500g for £1.25 😃 if you don’t have a morrisons close by
Just done an order for delivery tonight, and these were not online at the time. I would definitely by them though, as their full price grapes ( normally on two for £3) are always lovely.
foggy19 h, 51 m ago

Buy wonky, buy wonky, buy wonky. Have I said it enough? It's a scandal how …Buy wonky, buy wonky, buy wonky. Have I said it enough? It's a scandal how much goes to waste, the suppliers have to sort out the nice looking stuff from the wonkies and the supermarkets inspect. It's not their fault, it's ours.


Why are you blaming yourself? Supermarkets are businesses whose sole aim is to maximise profits - they don't care about the planet - blame them.
Mother these taste a bit wonky
Musicrab2 h, 51 m ago

Why are you blaming yourself? Supermarkets are businesses whose sole aim …Why are you blaming yourself? Supermarkets are businesses whose sole aim is to maximise profits - they don't care about the planet - blame them.


Because if we all buy wonky, we satisfy their profits as they will continue to buy it from the suppliers and there is less waste. We are the common denominator here, we drive what they do. I'm not blaming me, I'm blaming all of us as consumers
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Musicrab3 h, 11 m ago

Why are you blaming yourself? Supermarkets are businesses whose sole aim …Why are you blaming yourself? Supermarkets are businesses whose sole aim is to maximise profits - they don't care about the planet - blame them.



no, we have to take part of the blame. If we all care less about outer appearance of perfectly good food, supermarkets will sell us.
Got the green ones yesterday, not as sweet as red one but still happy with the purchase.
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philjstephenson12 h, 47 m ago

actually they arent always de-seeded, ive had 3 packs and two had pips in, …actually they arent always de-seeded, ive had 3 packs and two had pips in, it does say on the small print ....almost ruined my day it did



Ah ok, I never observed that, it does say 'seedless' on package, I just assumed all are seedless.
shoomoo14th Mar

Tesco sells ‘suntrail’ their brand grapes 500g for £1.25 😃 if you don’t …Tesco sells ‘suntrail’ their brand grapes 500g for £1.25 😃 if you don’t have a morrisons close by


I find the taste very different between their suntrail range and the usual range.
Suntrail range is usually not as sweet as the other tesco products.
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