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Tuna Flakes 170g 29p per tin @ Poundstretcher
Tuna Flakes 170g    29p per tin @ Poundstretcher

Tuna Flakes 170g 29p per tin @ Poundstretcher

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Looked and hasn't been posted I think

This was Brighton

They had the same in a pack 3 for a £1 160g

Here you get 745g for £1 seems a deal to me

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I don't mean to discourage you from posting deals but this tuna is awful. Thanks for the post though.

I like any tuna, but for me it was a nightmare to drain the brine. so now I put it in a mesh sieve haha. works great. this tuna is also great for tuna pasta as it coats it

horrible tuna

Flaky tuna fish. Aw yuk

Worst tuna ever. I bought loads of tins thinking it would do for protein. I have to
Mix 1 of these with 2 tins of Chunks.

Bought it once, never again. That was once too often - unfit to eat.

My cats not keen either - but unfortunately for her she's got two more tins of it to get through. Thanks for posting though.

aren't the flakes the bits that fall on the floor when they cut the tuna into chunks ?

carefulbuyer

aren't the flakes the bits that fall on the floor when they cut the tuna … aren't the flakes the bits that fall on the floor when they cut the tuna into chunks ?



No

I stopped eating Tuna after the Fukushima disaster. 29p makes me feel someone is trying to get rid of it.
Fukushima Radiation in Tuna

carefulbuyer

aren't the flakes the bits that fall on the floor when they cut the tuna … aren't the flakes the bits that fall on the floor when they cut the tuna into chunks ?



​Yes.

I bought this once not knowing the difference. wouldn't buy it for myself again, but I did buy this from my local for the food bank.

Madzon

I stopped eating Tuna after the Fukushima disaster. 29p makes me feel … I stopped eating Tuna after the Fukushima disaster. 29p makes me feel someone is trying to get rid of it.Fukushima Radiation in Tuna



From your link:

"For public health, the levels of radiation are very low and far below levels that are considered cause for concern."

It's probably one of those where your body produces or eating a banana exposes you to more radiation than you would be eating a tin of exposed tuna.

jaycrooks - if you are referring to the Ocean Best brand, they are 3 X 165g for £1, which makes them 33p each, not 29p, and the total weight is 495g not 745g. Like John West and Princes, they contain so much liquid, that you end up with little more than 50% in weight of tuna. Whereas Lidl's tuna contain a lot more tuna and a lot less liquid and they are often comparably cheaper than JW & Princes.

I love tuna.. but if ur going cheap may as well get some sardines/mackerels. If ur after health benefits like omega 3 tinned tuna/salmon only has small amounts of it. Better wen fresh. But tinned mackeral/sardines are packed with omega 3.

yrreb88

From your link:"For public health, the levels of radiation are very low … From your link:"For public health, the levels of radiation are very low and far below levels that are considered cause for concern."It's probably one of those where your body produces or eating a banana exposes you to more radiation than you would be eating a tin of exposed tuna.


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