Packs of 8 X 160g John West Tuna Chunks In Spring Water or Brine now £5 instore / online @ Morrisons
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Packs of 8 X 160g John West Tuna Chunks In Spring Water or Brine now £5 instore / online @ Morrisons

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Found 11th May 2016
Seems a decent price for a pack of 8 x 160g, link goes to Tuna in Spring Water, will pop brine in 1st post.
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Await the Greenpeace brigade...
Farmfoods is only £4 for 8x 160g cans.
These cans of tuna originally contained 185 gms, then reduced to 160 gms, and they have now been reduced to 145 gms, all this with no reduction in price. Both John West and Princes brands have done this. It is about time the politicians did something about this form of legalised spivvery.
m5rcc

Await the Greenpeace brigade...





Received this email yesterday, can you help too?;
"Hi all!,
Huge news! Waitrose have announced that if John West don’t clean up their act by 2017, they’ll take their unsustainable tuna off the shelves!

Over 45,000 of us sent emails to Waitrose telling them to drop John West - together we sent a clear message that they just couldn’t ignore.

But we’re not finished yet. Waitrose’s announcement comes just one week after Tesco threatened to drop John West unless they sort out their supply chain. We’re on a roll - and now it’s Sainsbury’s turn to do the right thing.

Please tell Sainsbury’s to drop John West!

CLICK HERE

Sainsbury’s is the second biggest supermarket in the UK after Tesco - and last year they were in the top three in our Tuna League table [1]. Unless they want to be left lagging behind in sustainability standards, they need to follow the lead of these other major UK supermarkets and clean up their shelves.

Tell Sainsbury’s to do the right thing and drop John West!"

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Edited by: "-Azel-" 11th May 2016
Magister

These cans of tuna originally contained 185 gms, then reduced to 160 gms, … These cans of tuna originally contained 185 gms, then reduced to 160 gms, and they have now been reduced to 145 gms, all this with no reduction in price. Both John West and Princes brands have done this. It is about time the politicians did something about this form of legalised spivvery.



Always compare at £/kg...
Farmfoods offer 4 x 145g for £4
Still works out cheaper when compared £/kg than this one here.
Great price so voted hot!

But thank you moonwolf for raising awareness about John West and sustainability. I had no idea that a big brand was the worst for sustainability...
Edited by: "ScampiLamp" 12th May 2016
I'm supporting the campaign to make tuna sustainable so my choice to not buy
vinumat

Farmfoods offer 4 x 145g for £4 Still works out cheaper when compared … Farmfoods offer 4 x 145g for £4 Still works out cheaper when compared £/kg than this one here.


No it doesn't
m5rcc

Await the Greenpeace brigade...



Yes, they are the worst: acting ethically, helping to support sustainable fishing, standing up to unscrupulous companies...
anewkillerstar

Yes, they are the worst: acting ethically, helping to support sustainable … Yes, they are the worst: acting ethically, helping to support sustainable fishing, standing up to unscrupulous companies...



So they claim...
usual price in iceland
Magister

These cans of tuna originally contained 185 gms, then reduced to 160 gms, … These cans of tuna originally contained 185 gms, then reduced to 160 gms, and they have now been reduced to 145 gms, all this with no reduction in price. Both John West and Princes brands have done this. It is about time the politicians did something about this form of legalised spivvery.



Or they could just raise the price so you'd pay more? The weight is clearly noted on the can so they are doing nothing wrong (ethical fishing aside).

When costs go up, do you just want a company to run at a loss just so your purchase stays they same?
chocci

No it doesn't



Was a typo, meant 8 x 145g for £4
Edited by: "vinumat" 12th May 2016
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