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Tesco Tuna Chunks 4 x 145g £2.83 at Tesco in Burnage
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Tesco Tuna Chunks 4 x 145g £2.83 at Tesco in Burnage

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Posted 7th FebAvailable: North West (Greater Manchester)

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Tesco Tuna Chunks both in sunflower oil and brine. Loads left in the shelf at Tesco in Burnage.

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£2.69 in Aldi and 160g each
Edited by: "powerbrick" 7th Feb
57p individual tins

You do the maths
This is in my local too, may be worth keeping an eye on for further reductions
No longer pole and line caught, so we stopped buying.
Mad fer it
I've had tuna in brine many times, but never in burnage.
norfolkbroadslim07/02/2020 22:43

I've had tuna in brine many times, but never in burnage.


Many of da best tunes comes from Burnage. Oasis were born their.
Picked up a few yesterday Tesco Widnes for £1.57
These can't be called chunks, they're like the flakes and a lot of brown meat. I compared asda, tesco and morrisons and morrisons the only one that was actually a chunk of tuna.

Also sad as it sounds I weighed the drained content and every tin for asda and tesco were atleast 10% less than stated whereas morrisons was closer to claimed weight. I needed to separate them for recipes so thought why not find out
squiby08/02/2020 12:19

These can't be called chunks, they're like the flakes and a lot of brown …These can't be called chunks, they're like the flakes and a lot of brown meat. I compared asda, tesco and morrisons and morrisons the only one that was actually a chunk of tuna.Also sad as it sounds I weighed the drained content and every tin for asda and tesco were atleast 10% less than stated whereas morrisons was closer to claimed weight. I needed to separate them for recipes so thought why not find out


Try Stockwell & Co, I was surprised coming from John West
bargainBooze09/02/2020 01:40

Try Stockwell & Co, I was surprised coming from John West



I buy morrisons own tuna £3 for pack of 4, coming from John West too I think its of equal or higher quality.

Tried stockwell mayonnaise thinking it was tesco own, Never tasted anything so vile. It has the look and texture of e45 and tastes of just oil. Can only think its a basics brand disguised to look own brand or higher, like their farm brand scam on produce, its just basics rebranded.

Still searching for a decent quality mayo without spending farm shop money or making myself. The winiary branded one from the polish section has nice flavour, I've forgotten the catering brand that I used to love. Transformed what would be a standard takeaway chicken sandwich 😋😋
Edited by: "squiby" 9th Feb
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