Tesco Value Travel Snack Pots Reviews
Product Type: Tesco in Homeware
Newest Review: ... them won't damage them at all, not even a dent. They can get scratched but you really have to apply pressure to them to ... more
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Customer Tesco Value Travel Snack Pots Reviews (3)
by - written on 18/03/13 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I bought some of these tubs for our toddler to keep bits of fruit in as a snack when we're out and about and they've been a pleasure to use and live with. We use them for putting fruit in such as strawberries and slices of apple. They are also microwaveable so you can put baby food in them, although for our daughter we just put fruit in. Grown out of that stuff a long time ago sadly... The tubs are well made and have thick plastic to protect the contents. Dropping them or throwing them won't damage them at all, not even a dent. They can get scratched but you really have to apply pressure to them to scratch, as their smooth plastic is quite strong. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/13 (Very useful, 33 readings)
The Tesco Value Travel Snack Pots are actually part of Tesco's own brand 'my baby' range which offers affordable alternatives to branded baby wares. The Tesco Value Travel Snack Pots come in a pack of 5 stackable pots with matching lids, and the current price is £2.20 which is excellent value for money. Each pot is in a different pastel colour which is frosted and has a complimentary snap on lid. The pots and lids fit each other, obviously, so you can mix and match the pots for a funkier look if you wish. Each pot has a non frosted design pressed into the plastic, for example, a little cat, or some stars. This is a sweet addition and very charming to my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
From my first daughter beginning weaning I have always tried to make my own food for my children although I do admit to using pre prepared baby food as well. I am always watching out for suitable pots to put food into and I bought these when doing a shop at my local tesco store. I cannot remember exactly how much the tubs costs but do believe it was in the region of £2 for a pack of 5 pots and lids. The pots came packaged in thin cellophane and so were easy to open simply using a pair of scissors to cut a little nick and the corner and tearing open, with there being little packaging it also in turn means little waste for the bin. The tubs come in a ... Read the complete review
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