Seeds Of Change Tomato And Chilli Pasta Sauce 350G 2 for £3 was £2.29 each @ Tesco
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Seeds Of Change Tomato And Chilli Pasta Sauce 350G 2 for £3 was £2.29 each @ Tesco

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Found 10th Oct 2010
Seeds Of Change Tomato And Chilli Pasta Sauce 350G 2 for £3 was £2.29 each
Seeds Of Change Tomato And Garlic Pasta Sauce350g 2 for £3 was £2.29 each
Seeds Of Change Organic Tomato Basil And Parmesan Sauce 350g 2 for £3 was £1. 94 each
Seeds Of Change Organic Mediterranean Vegetable Sauce 350G was £1. 94 each
Seeds Of Change Organic Bolognese Sauce 500G 2 for £3 was £1. 94 each
Seeds Of Change Organic Tomato And Basil Sauce 500G 2 for £3 was £1. 93 each


Seeds Of Change Organic Spinach Trotolle 500G 2 for £3 was £2.09
Seeds Of Change Organic Semi Whole Wheat Tortiglioni 500G 2 for £3 was £1.73 each

Seeds Of Change Organic Sun Dried Tomato Stir/Serve 200G 2 for £3 was £2.19 each

9 Comments

have some heat fatty

Original Poster

Seeds of Change seem to have a good reputation so could those of you voting COLD tell us where they are cheaper please, thanks

HOT from me. Have you upset people on here? maybe if you have that would explain the cold votes and no comments!

Have not voted - but this is always on offer at Tesco's for the last 6 months or so.

Cheaper to make your own Organic sauces to be honest. Less packaging and some ££ too.

Gotta admit I find the idea of processed organic food odd, if I really cared I'd make it fresh. Regardless, this is the cheapest I know of for this product so don't understand the cold votes. Unless its this price everywhere of course, but if its just Tesco surely that makes it a deal?

xlt-hunter

Have not voted - but this is always on offer at Tesco's for the last 6 … Have not voted - but this is always on offer at Tesco's for the last 6 months or so.Cheaper to make your own Organic sauces to be honest. Less packaging and some ££ too.



Ooh get you Jamie - on another quest to right the nation's food wrongs? Surely this is about the deal not whether on not we should all be cooking from scratch every time(not all of us have the time or the inclination).

Good tasting sauce, heat added.

blodnik

Ooh get you Jamie - on another quest to right the nation's food wrongs? … Ooh get you Jamie - on another quest to right the nation's food wrongs? Surely this is about the deal not whether on not we should all be cooking from scratch every time(not all of us have the time or the inclination).Good tasting sauce, heat added.



Name ain't Jamie, prefer Hugh to be honest - but come on... how hard is it to stick tomatoes into a blender and then add some basil or garlic, afterwards reduce the liquid on the cooker for a while? Bet its a hell alot quicker than going down to Tossco's to buy the jars.

I had the same discussion about the merits of home cooking/ or those who are short of time (or too lazy sitting in front of their TV's) elsewhere and ain't going to go through it all again here.
Edited by: "xlt-hunter" 10th Oct 2010

If you already have to visit Tesco, then it takes no longer at all. I am very short on time, I work full time and am training to be a Teacher so that takes some of the evenings. I also have a GF with 2 kids, and haven't actually sat down and watched TV in weeks! I'd love to spend the time making food from scratch, but the fact is some nights I don't even get to eat.

I really enjoy cooking, its one of the few things I really get into. I'm lucky if its once a week I actually get time to though and I suspect many others (especially those with kids) have the same problem

The Basil And Tomato is nice and a better deal as it comes in a 500g jar
Edited by: "Nassar" 12th Oct 2010
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