Tesco Fruits: Two for £3, including strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and grapes.
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Tesco Fruits: Two for £3, including strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and grapes.

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Found 25th Apr
Both online and in store. 2x400g packs for £3 making it £4.50/kg.

The offer is any 2 packs for £3: strawberries (400g)/blueberries (150g)/ raspberries (150g)/ green seedless grapes (500g).
Thanks @NotALot

They're quite fresh as well.
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The offer is any 2 packs for £3: strawbs (400g)/blueberries (150g)/raspberries (150g) /green seedless grapes (500g). Picked up strawbs and raspberries at the weekend to make the icecream healthier!!
Edited by: "NotALot" 25th Apr
Isnt this on most of the time though. 2 for £3
abhijitdash12316 m ago

Isnt this on most of the time though. 2 for £3


That's what I thought at first, but i'm pretty sure it's 200-250g rather than 400.
Bought at the weekend (2 x 400g). These are English strawberries and, at the moment, not really ripe enough in comparison to the Spanish ones. Quite disappointed as I prefer to buy the British ones.
origrav9223 m ago

That's what I thought at first, but i'm pretty sure it's 200-250g rather …That's what I thought at first, but i'm pretty sure it's 200-250g rather than 400.


Morrisons usually have their ones for the same offer but that's 350g so this one is 50g more, so a little heat
wpj42 m ago

Bought at the weekend (2 x 400g). These are English strawberries and, at …Bought at the weekend (2 x 400g). These are English strawberries and, at the moment, not really ripe enough in comparison to the Spanish ones. Quite disappointed as I prefer to buy the British ones.


Agree, they are not as sweet. The packs are mixed, at times the pack is of British and other times it’s Spanish.
NotALot2 h, 11 m ago

The offer is any 2 packs for £3: strawbs (400g)/blueberries …The offer is any 2 packs for £3: strawbs (400g)/blueberries (150g)/raspberries (150g) /green seedless grapes (500g). Picked up strawbs and raspberries at the weekend to make the icecream healthier!!


Added, thanks!
origrav921 h, 45 m ago

That's what I thought at first, but i'm pretty sure it's 200-250g rather …That's what I thought at first, but i'm pretty sure it's 200-250g rather than 400.


abhijitdash123:
Isnt this on most of the time though. 2 for £3

Yeap as above!
wpj1 h, 25 m ago

Bought at the weekend (2 x 400g). These are English strawberries and, at …Bought at the weekend (2 x 400g). These are English strawberries and, at the moment, not really ripe enough in comparison to the Spanish ones. Quite disappointed as I prefer to buy the British ones.


The ones I picked up were great but then I don't like mine sickly sweet. I am however particular about any soft bits.
This has been on the last couple weeks, title needs changed so that people know it's 2 for £3 across the fruit punnet range- I always get two packs of raspberries, they're so good at the minute, nice and sweet
At this time of the year it is interesting to go to Asda (though no longer an option for me) where they have Spanish, British and USA strawberries to compare.
Just sent mine back. On today's date, disappointed
Tesco should would have made the extra effort to get rid of the bubble wrap base and plastic packaging for this summer, given it's the end of the line for this type of crud packaging. They were put on notice last year.

So much single use landfill crud for it's most profitable summer product - Strawberries.
So frustrating that nothing has changed.

The big 4 supermarkets+Aldi/Lidl are as bad as the cigarette companies in their methods, in attempting to justify their use of plastic packaging for summer fruits. It's totally unnecessary.

If you're going to eat the strawberries there and then, pick up a paper bag, transpose them and leave the packaging at the till. Tesco then pay for the commercial disposal of such plastic waste.

Tesco will soon learn the cost of that, the only thing that works.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 26th Apr
Off topic agreed, but they could very easily put a piece of kitchen roll (or similar) in the bottom of the container. Keeps things fresh for so much longer. I picked up this hint some time ago and now wrap the likes of carrots/parsnips/cabbage etc in kitchen roll and place in fridge, lasts twice as long, works for me. Anything is worth a try to cut down on the plastic.
The 'supersweet' ones are just about 'sweet'.
tightar5e26th Apr

Tesco should would have made the extra effort to get rid of the bubble …Tesco should would have made the extra effort to get rid of the bubble wrap base and plastic packaging for this summer,


So that instead we have more food wastage with resulting worse pollution and burning of fossil fuels?
First off 'single use' plastics are that because people use them once.
Then - it doesn't mean that they aren't the most efficient way to achieve the result.
And finally - the big issues seems to be - stop throwing rubbish in the sea! Seriously... this shouldn't be happening whatever the type of rubbish!
I avoid Spanish fruit - usually tasteless especially citrus, berries and tomatoes.
Portuguese or British berries are usually better.

Obviously, not so relevant with salad stuff like lettuce / cucumber
Edited by: "wildecat" 26th Apr
Bought some lovely strawberries last week from Tesco - a big box for £4. I think it was just over 1kg
tightar5e26th Apr

Tesco should would have made the extra effort to get rid of the bubble …Tesco should would have made the extra effort to get rid of the bubble wrap base and plastic packaging for this summer, given it's the end of the line for this type of crud packaging. They were put on notice last year. So much single use landfill crud for it's most profitable summer product - Strawberries.So frustrating that nothing has changed. The big 4 supermarkets+Aldi/Lidl are as bad as the cigarette companies in their methods, in attempting to justify their use of plastic packaging for summer fruits. It's totally unnecessary.If you're going to eat the strawberries there and then, pick up a paper bag, transpose them and leave the packaging at the till. Tesco then pay for the commercial disposal of such plastic waste. Tesco will soon learn the cost of that, the only thing that works.


Such a foolish comment about bubble wrap, it's there to protect the fruit from bruising on it's long journey from the grower who may be in Chile or America to the consumer in your local Tesco,and it's only done so you receive it in the best possible condition to eat,Tesco would not do it unless it was for a reason.
No goosegogs?
guys when is it strawberry season in UK ?

For last few months strawberries still sold in supermarkets but they aren't too good (a lot white)
healthandsafety26th Apr

Such a foolish comment about bubble wrap, it's there to protect the fruit …Such a foolish comment about bubble wrap, it's there to protect the fruit from bruising on it's long journey from the grower who may be in Chile or America to the consumer in your local Tesco,and it's only done so you receive it in the best possible condition to eat,Tesco would not do it unless it was for a reason.


Pathetic.
Bubble wrap is completely unnecessary. There are plenty ways to pack strawberries without using bubble wrap and plastic.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 27th Apr
Tiddly_fiddly26th Apr

Bought some lovely strawberries last week from Tesco - a big box for £4. I …Bought some lovely strawberries last week from Tesco - a big box for £4. I think it was just over 1kg


There is a 4 pound box in my store but its only 600g.
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