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John West Light Lunch - Italian Style Tuna Salad / Thai Salmon / Mexican Style Tuna Salad - Buy 2 for £2.50 @ Morrisons
08/06/2021Expires on 08/06/2021Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Essentially a half price offer. Buy any 2 for £2.50 - i.e. £1.25 each Offer available until 08/06 John West Light Lunch Italian Style Tuna Salad 220g Succulent tuna,… Read more

Just been to Airdrie store 2 for £3.50 there


I understand where you're coming from but it's possible to care about multiple issues at the same time. Of course, not at the expense of your own mental wellbeing.


Only to 🤡’s and 🔔🔚’s mate.


Look for the MSC approved logo


Great if you want to stink the whole office out (y) 🏻

Packet Sauce Mixes e.g. Tuna Pasta Bake From 5p instore @ Asda, Warrington
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th AprLocalLocal
Spotted these in Asda Cockhedge today. Lots of each & all best before dates in 2022. Deal was on shelf edge labels, so potentially available in other branches.

I'll be up Cockhedge centre later :-D


Seen in Asda Bearsden too

2 x 6PK Princes Tuna Chunks for £7 @ Farmfoods (Derby)
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Posted 30th MarPosted 30th MarLocalLocal
Includes in Springwater, Brine or Sunflower Oil.

Think it's national!


I'm not going to Derby as I live in the s east. Tuna good bargain for 12 tins

Tuna chunks x6 for £4.50 at Amazon fresh (+£2.99 Delivery Prime members or Free over £40)
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Posted 29th MarPosted 29th Mar
Just using the new customer offer £10 off a £60 spend and saw they have a 6 pack of tuna chunks for £4.50... free same day delivery with orders over £40, hope it helps somebody! :)

I'm so glad you watched it. Let's hope more people do and by creating less demand create change which goes a little way to recovery of the oceans.


Seaspiracy has changed my outlook on seafood. I hope I turn away from it for good.


I will not be purchasing any fish or sea products until there is real sustainable fishing after watching that programme and conducting further research. Anyone who does otherwise and is environmental conscious really is just being ignorant/unaware of how a simple change to diet can have a real impact.


usually 2 for £7 in a lot of shops. i find groceries via Amazon fresh don't include any of the morrisons offers.


The £10 off £60 first 'Fresh' spend is only for paid Prime members , will not work if you are on a free trial (like me (lol))

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Princes Tuna Chunks in Brine/Sunflower oil 4 x 145g £3.50 @ Co-op
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Posted 16th MarPosted 16th MarLocalLocal
Princes Tuna Chunks in Brine/Sunflower oil 4 x 145g £3.50 @ Co-op£3.50Co-operative Deals
Important. During this period of heightened restrictions, it’s important we all shop responsibly, minimise our trips out and continue to help slow the spread of Covid-19. You ca… Read more

£3 at B&M. Picked some up at the weekend.


Bad link https://shop.coop.co.uk/search?term=princes tuna chunks And when you do get to the search page, it shows both types at £3.50, click one to select,and it comes up at £5.50 which is a stupid price to pay at £1.37 each B&M 4*145 Brine or sunflower = £3 = 51p per 100g Better is B&M 6*145 in spring water = £4.25 = 49p per 100g Tescos 8*145 = £5.50 = 47p per 100 But be aware that not all are drained weights

John West Tuna Chunks In Brine, 4 x 145g £2.97 @ Amazon (£4.49 p&p non prime) £2.82 s&s
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Posted 5th MarPosted 5th Mar
John West Tuna Chunks In Brine, 4 x 145g £2.97 @ Amazon (£4.49 p&p non prime) £2.82 s&s£2.97Amazon Deals
Product Description John West, the fisherman, was a real stickler for quality, believing that the only way to be absolutely sure of the very best fish was to actually approve it hi… Read more

That's the funny thing about taste (actual taste) The very best "money can buy" tin of tuna may taste like (poo) but the ACTUAL (scrapings off the processing floor, even the CAT would turn it's nose up at) offerings? you may love, and why not...it's all about taste. Just sayin.


Farm Foods does seem to be the "go to" place fer shopping deals ATM. OK, not so much THIS line, but many others fer sure, so WELL worth (another) visit methinks.


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Traceable, yes! Caught in drift nets which will likely have caught turtles, dolphins and shark, also yes! Stay away from John West!


Some of the mercury build up in fish is from natural sources. Tuna are deep sea fish and swim around active volcanic vents and the make up of their body absorbs the mercury. Also not helped by eating other mercury laced fish.