Princes 6x160g tuna in sunflower oil £1.25 @ Tesco - Tain
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Princes 6x160g tuna in sunflower oil £1.25 @ Tesco - Tain

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Found 9th Aug 2017
Found in Tesco Tain. 6 pack of Tuna chunks in sunflower oil for £1.25, use by date July 2021. Lots of it in stock.
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    What kind of tuna?
    Error44011 m ago

    What kind of tuna?


    They mention it in the title and it says it on the uploaded picture
    brychris3 m ago

    They mention it in the title and it says it on the uploaded picture


    Skipjack, yellowfin, big eye?
    Error44054 m ago

    Skipjack, yellowfin, big eye?


    Yip. Probably.
    catalonia56 m ago

    Tuna fish bruv

    Lol.
    catalonia58 m ago

    Tuna fish bruv

    It's Princes tuna fish bruv haha
    oldskooltattoosuk22 m ago

    It's Princes tuna fish bruv haha


    it's princess tuna chunks fish in sunflower oi bruv
    Error4403 h, 8 m ago

    What kind of tuna?

    The aquatic variety
    I never seem to find deals like this in tesco 😔
    Don't know why your all taking the pee, they all taste different.
    Edited by: "Segata-Sanshiro" 10th Aug 2017
    Because you're asking a rather silly question bruv?
    it does taste different, if its tuna flakes then I wouldn't even feed it to my cats...tuna chunks is different
    It's a hot hot deal if you find any
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    This is why you shouldn't buy princes tuna - stick with stores own brand. much better credentials
    Error44015 h, 42 m ago

    Don't know why your all taking the pee, they all taste different.


    Nah, you asked for it when posting questions like that, just a bit of bante!
    If you like the taste of flipper then this dolphin unfriendly bargain is a steal. Cold for me
    brychris2 h, 56 m ago

    Nah, you asked for it when posting questions like that, just a bit of …Nah, you asked for it when posting questions like that, just a bit of bante!


    So you think tuna is one kind of fish and they all taste the same, you need to get your taste buds fixed
    mtuk118 h, 18 m ago

    Because you're asking a rather silly question bruv?


    Its not silly unless your so ignorant you walk into a fish and chip shop look at the menu which says cod, haddock, roc, plaice etc and then says with a straight face to the proprietor "fish please"

    And stop calling me bruv its both strange and inaccurate.
    themusicmonkey3 h, 10 m ago

    https://secure.greenpeace.org.uk/page/s/not-just-tuna-fbThis is why you …https://secure.greenpeace.org.uk/page/s/not-just-tuna-fbThis is why you shouldn't buy princes tuna - stick with stores own brand. much better credentials


    Interesting read cheers for that
    Error44041 m ago

    Its not silly unless your so ignorant you walk into a fish and chip shop …Its not silly unless your so ignorant you walk into a fish and chip shop look at the menu which says cod, haddock, roc, plaice etc and then says with a straight face to the proprietor "fish please"And stop calling me bruv its both strange and inaccurate.


    Tin tuna is tin tuna, it's either going to be in the form of a steak, chunks or flakes, and in water, sunflower oil, brine etc.
    Your really making it look like were dropped on your head as a child!
    brychris22 m ago

    Tin tuna is tin tuna, it's either going to be in the form of a steak, …Tin tuna is tin tuna, it's either going to be in the form of a steak, chunks or flakes, and in water, sunflower oil, brine etc.Your really making it look like were dropped on your head as a child!


    Its not they all taste completely different, personally i only buy yellowfin as its the nicest, never had albacore tho as its expensive
    Error4406 m ago

    Its not they all taste completely different, personally i only buy …Its not they all taste completely different, personally i only buy yellowfin as its the nicest, never had albacore tho as its expensive

    your Being a little fussy, its tuna chunks in sunflower oil, it's not yellowfin, it's not albacore, it is what is says on the tin, it's becoming hardwork!
    brychris24 m ago

    your Being a little fussy, its tuna chunks in sunflower oil, it's not …your Being a little fussy, its tuna chunks in sunflower oil, it's not yellowfin, it's not albacore, it is what is says on the tin, it's becoming hardwork!


    You could have just answered the question instead of taking the pee out of a perfectly reasonable question, i googled and found the answer myself anyway, its a mix of nondescript probably baby big eye and skipjack and other subspecies caught in large nets.
    Error44010th Aug

    Its not they all taste completely different, personally i only buy …Its not they all taste completely different, personally i only buy yellowfin as its the nicest, never had albacore tho as its expensive

    Good luck getting tinned Yellowfin and Albacore.
    mtuk143 m ago

    Good luck getting tinned Yellowfin and Albacore.




    Is this thread some strange Twilight zone or something, I just bought a tin of tuna today in morrisons, read the labels, they say if they don't tell you exactly what kind of tuna put it back and buy a different tin because if its pole and line caught it'll say what type it is, if its dredged up any old crap in the nets and tipped into a blender it will just say fish.

    I'm guessing none of you ever pay over 70p for a tin, you look at the price rather then the labels so you think tuna is just all tasteless over salted tiny flakes all compacted into a tin, your loss.

    What next you gonna say theres no such thing as tinned muscles.

    Never buy anything that doesn't specify what type of fish, preferredly with the Latin name too as theres two kinds of Cod for example that are very different.
    ^He has a point.
    Error44022 h, 51 m ago

    Is this thread some strange Twilight zone or something, I just … Is this thread some strange Twilight zone or something, I just bought a tin of tuna today in morrisons, read the labels, they say if they don't tell you exactly what kind of tuna put it back and buy a different tin because if its pole and line caught it'll say what type it is, if its dredged up any old crap in the nets and tipped into a blender it will just say fish.I'm guessing none of you ever pay over 70p for a tin, you look at the price rather then the labels so you think tuna is just all tasteless over salted tiny flakes all compacted into a tin, your loss.What next you gonna say theres no such thing as tinned muscles.Never buy anything that doesn't specify what type of fish, preferredly with the Latin name too as theres two kinds of Cod for example that are very different.



    I actually think you could be from another planet? Firstly, you don't appear to have any sign of a sense of humour and secondly, if it's a 70p tin of tuna, do you honestly think it will be Yellowfin or Albacore? If anyone needs to leave the twilight zone it's you. Stat
    mtuk114 m ago

    I actually think you could be from another planet? Firstly, you don't …I actually think you could be from another planet? Firstly, you don't appear to have any sign of a sense of humour and secondly, if it's a 70p tin of tuna, do you honestly think it will be Yellowfin or Albacore? If anyone needs to leave the twilight zone it's you. Stat


    No I'm saying you must not look at any tins over that amount, thought that was pretty clear, its not funny to take the piss out of someone for asking what kind of tuna it is, it could be yellow fin hence the whole point of a deal i have no idea what the original price is for Princes tuna, i dont buy Princes so I don't know what kind of tuna it is and seemingly neither does anyone else.

    Albacore starts at over £2 a tin I know but who knows if it may appear on here found for 25p a tin, thats the thing about deals isnt it.
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