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Princes Tuna Chunks In Spring Water 4 x 145g £3.50 @ Morrisons
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Princes Tuna Chunks In Spring Water 4 x 145g £3.50 @ Morrisons

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Posted 20th Feb

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Now your favourite tuna comes in a ring pull can, so you can enjoy it with ease at home or on-the-go.
Easy open, Responsibly sourced, High in protein, No artificial preservatives, colours or flavours
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Normal price tbh.
..and a quick search shows you can get John West cheaper here iceland.co.uk/p/j…tml
Edited by: "soled73" 20th Feb
Long live Tuna - heat
Edited by: "mohsensp" 20th Feb
In the past Princes tuna has been far from "responsibly sourced", though I suppose that's a somewhat woolly standard.

Their website still says "For tuna, our goal is for all of it to be responsibly sourced by the end of 2019." Sounds like a good aim, though of course it admits that their past sourcing has been less than responsible, and now it's 2020, has that aim been met?

Tuna cans often say where it came from, but I confess I can't quite be bothered to stand in the supermarket trying to check which are most sustainable, so I tend to just go for pole and line fished tins - at least with those there should be minimal bycatch/discard. Anyone have a more effective approach to picking up sustainable tuna?
It's the same price at Asda, Sainsburys and Tesco, so nothing special.
jdbigguy21/02/2020 02:40

It's the same price at Asda, Sainsburys and Tesco, so nothing special.


A good price all the same, and better still that (as you pointed out) it's not restricted to Morrisons
Gazz5921/02/2020 11:07

A good price all the same, and better still that (as you pointed out) …A good price all the same, and better still that (as you pointed out) it's not restricted to Morrisons



I cannot be certain as I don't buy this regularly, but I am reasonably sure that £3.50 is the typical price and only goes above thisoccasionally so stores can claim they are reducing it to £3.50.
According to mysupermarket this is only 9% below the average price, which supports my point.
jdbigguy21/02/2020 14:25

I cannot be certain as I don't buy this regularly, but I am reasonably …I cannot be certain as I don't buy this regularly, but I am reasonably sure that £3.50 is the typical price and only goes above thisoccasionally so stores can claim they are reducing it to £3.50. According to mysupermarket this is only 9% below the average price, which supports my point.


You don't need to support your point, nobody (me for example) has said anything negative about your post, quite the opposite in fact...you highlighted it's not Morrisons specific, and I'd call that a positive, since we don't have a Morrisons in this, or the next town along.
Edited by: "Gazz59" 21st Feb
I've managed to drop a lot of weight eating tuna. I cant' SWIM any better, I should be like a soddin human torPEdo given the volume I've consumed, but hey-ho. My point is I do look out fer deals on this stuff, and it always makes me smile to see the cost in Waitrose...ouch, no...£3.50? it's the "norm", but like all prices & stores, even the location of the stores (so same "chain" different location) prices will fluctuate, I think it's a horses fer courses thing.
Edited by: "Gazz59" 21st Feb
Gazz5921/02/2020 14:41

You don't need to support your point, nobody (me for example) has said …You don't need to support your point, nobody (me for example) has said anything negative about your post, quite the opposite in fact...you highlighted it's not Morrisons specific, and I'd call that a positive, since we don't have a Morrisons in this, or the next town along.



I just thought the point about stores attempts to fool us was a little interesting, I didn't feel that you in anyway were being negative and whilst I did use the word "support" it was really in reference to me being unsure about the long term pricing structure. Thanks for being concerned anyway.
jdbigguy21/02/2020 15:16

I just thought the point about stores attempts to fool us was a little …I just thought the point about stores attempts to fool us was a little interesting, I didn't feel that you in anyway were being negative and whilst I did use the word "support" it was really in reference to me being unsure about the long term pricing structure. Thanks for being concerned anyway.


Understood, and most welcome
I don't take any notice of anything a seller has to say. It's as you say, just trying to fool us. I just look at the bottom line, the cost.
All the best.
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