Princes Tuna Chunks 4 Pack Only £2 @ Morrisons
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Princes Tuna Chunks 4 Pack Only £2 @ Morrisons

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Found 11th Nov 2015
Princes Tuna Chunks - all varieties (Spring Water, Brine, Sunflower Oil) 4 pack (4 x 160g) only £2 at Morrisons.

Online & in store. I Picked up 2 packs of the spring water ones in store tonight.

**Spring water and sunflower oil varieties are currently out of stock online.

*Ends 17/11/2015. Maximum of 4 promotional items per customer.

**UPDATE - 12/11/2015 - All varieties currently out of stock online. Still available in store.
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Wouldn't feed that stuff to next doors cat!
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gazdoubleu

Wouldn't feed that stuff to next doors cat!



Fussy, is it?
Heat, that's like 50p a tin
good deal!
Good deal!
norfolkbroadslim

Fussy, is it?



No just doesn't like tuna that tastes disgusting. John West better value at twice the price
gazdoubleu

No just doesn't like tuna that tastes disgusting. John West better value … No just doesn't like tuna that tastes disgusting. John West better value at twice the price




Twice the price?

Most places locally to me anyway sell John west 4 tins for £2.50-£3

Agree though Princes is crap IMO, not voted though as it's still a cheap deal

Edited by: "ando" 11th Nov 2015
gazdoubleu

No just doesn't like tuna that tastes disgusting. John West better value … No just doesn't like tuna that tastes disgusting. John West better value at twice the price



​taste is individual, thus rendering your comment irrelevant, I'm happy buying this at £2 for a 4 pack, hot from me
3 for £1 in farmfoods last week i got some

Its always cheap at home bargain

rnr81

​taste is individual, thus rendering your comment irrelevant, I'm happy b … ​taste is individual, thus rendering your comment irrelevant, I'm happy buying this at £2 for a 4 pack, hot from me



I don't think my comment is irrelevant, you can see when you open the tin its from poor quality cuts which in my opinion is why it tastes so bad. Always about this price in Home Bargains & B&M's because it really is poor quality
Was 2 packs for £5 yesterday. heat
norfolkbroadslim

Fussy, is it?



Haha
KongDonkey

John West and Princes both bottom of the Tuna League … John West and Princes both bottom of the Tuna League table:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/11913625/John-West-breaks-promise-to-use-sustainable-fishing-methods.htmlhttps://secure.greenpeace.org.uk/page/s/not-just-tuna


Is Greenpeace using the most reliable and accurate ways to measure and present something like this? Lidl is near the bottom but also sells pole and line. Aldi is near the top but also sells regular cheap tuna for example.

In fact do people still trust and take Greenpeace seriously?


For tuna chunks this is great! Thanks OP
How do they get a whole tuna into such a small tin?
picked up the tuna in sunflower oil earlier on instore
gazdoubleu

No just doesn't like tuna that tastes disgusting. John West better value … No just doesn't like tuna that tastes disgusting. John West better value at twice the price


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Great thank you
phil4444

ShutSome people should get a life,moan moan ffs



You obviously eat a lot of it as the mercury has gone to your brain!
oUkTuRkEyIII

Heat, that's like 50p a tin



​Carol Vordermans got nothing on you has she! :-)
gazdoubleu

Wouldn't feed that stuff to next doors cat!

Mix in some antifreeze. It's just to die for.
Chunks now = shreds
Here come the tuna nerds.
vodka_hound

How do they get a whole tuna into such a small tin?

They use a big magnifying glass to make the tin bigger. Once they've got the tuna in, they take away the magnifying glass.
Good deal, bought quite a lot of John West tuna, gonna buy some if this try it and if it's good fill the house..
gazdoubleu

Its always cheap at home bargain I don't think my comment is irrelevant, … Its always cheap at home bargain I don't think my comment is irrelevant, you can see when you open the tin its from poor quality cuts which in my opinion is why it tastes so bad. Always about this price in Home Bargains & B&M's because it really is poor quality



It's never £2 for 4 tins in home bargains, cheapest I've seen it is at £2.99. There seems to be people with biased views on here trying to hamper a really good deal
yrreb88

Is Greenpeace using the most reliable and accurate ways to measure and … Is Greenpeace using the most reliable and accurate ways to measure and present something like this? Lidl is near the bottom but also sells pole and line. Aldi is near the top but also sells regular cheap tuna for example. In fact do people still trust and take Greenpeace seriously?



There is no league table from what I can see following the link all it is is an article about john west using unsustainable fishing methods.

Aldi is the worst tuna I have tried and god know why you have totally fabricated your statement?. Morrisons, Tesco, Sainsburys and Waitrose all sell better products than the overpriced mouldy products that Aldi put on their shelves, if you work you backside off for them that's fine but leave your drivel off of this site please, Aldi only have 5% market share the reason for this is that they mostly sell a load of low quality products. If you are happy eating it then fine but keep the nonesense to yourself.
It's much better value to everyone to buy sustainable fish rather then trawler eco system destroying byproduct. Cold.
Not #justtuna

greenpeace.org.uk/tuna

Please consider a brand which has been sustainably sourced, like Sainsburys own brand or Waitrose own brand.
phil4444

ShutSome people should get a life,moan moan ffs




Exactly. Just accept the fact that some people are smelly gluttons scavenging Home Bargains for cheapest piece of crap they can find while exposing poorly tattooed butterfly on their stretch mark covered lower backs. Move on with your life, you won't change their minds or expectations and end up frustrated about something that isn't worth it.
Cheers. Just asked local food bank and they're really short of tinned fish
Good deal if it wasn't tuna
benny92

Cheers. Just asked local food bank and they're really short of tinned … Cheers. Just asked local food bank and they're really short of tinned fish



Guessing they're always really short of everything with the queues of people needing to get in there.
holeymoley18

Guessing they're always really short of everything with the queues of … Guessing they're always really short of everything with the queues of people needing to get in there.


No, luckily not this one. They tend to have a lot of beans and pasta as that's what most people bring.
All varieties OUT OF STOCK
Original Poster
rubberbullets

All varieties OUT OF STOCK



Still available in store.
norfolkbroadslim

[quote=rubberbullets] All varieties OUT OF STOCK ONLINEStill available in … [quote=rubberbullets] All varieties OUT OF STOCK ONLINEStill available in store.


Which one?

NONE in the Stamford Hill branch in London!

Mind you they almost never have any of the really cheap deals!
Edited by: "rubberbullets" 12th Nov 2015
Recommend trying Asda and Tesco own brand, bigger tins and tastes better - usually cheaper too.

But if you have to stick to your brands decent price
If you'd like your children and grandchildren to eat tuna in less than 50 years time please don't buy this stuff, it's cheap for a reason. Keep an eye out instead for tins with either, "Sustainable", or "Pole and Line Caught" on the sides. Waitrose's own tuna for example tastes fantastic and is sustainable enough for tuna to still be around for many centuries to come.
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