Tesco Value Mince Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Meat
Newest Review: ... you buy a basics product is the cost. You can get 750g for £2.75 whereas the Tesco own brand mince, the step up is £4 for the ... more
by - written on 12/02/11, updated on 12/02/11 (Very useful, 126 readings)
I am usually a big fan of downshifting to value products as most within the Tesco range and reasonablly decent. Over the past few months I have been downshifting left, right and center to save money and one of the main areas that I have done this is on meat produce because it is so expensive. I did not expect for the price this mince to be a really good quality but I thought that it would be handy to keep in the freezer for speed and emergencies so I purchased one packet to try it and I can honestly say I will never buy the product again. The Mince: A 1KG bag (currently at £1.99) can be found in the frozen meat section at Tesco and it comes labelled with the usual .. Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Sometimes I like to try and cut back a little on the shopping budget so that I can treat my family to a nice day or evening out for dinner and some form of entertainment. This meant that when I saw Tesco market value mince for £1.99 per 1kg bag I decided to pick some up and give it a go in place of the fresh mince that I usually purchase. Now I am a realistic person and I wasn't expecting this to be amazing or as good as fresh mince for the price that I paid but I was not impressed with the results at all. The mince comes in a plastic bag that has a thick quality to it and while it looks very basic and the mince within does not look amazing I was expecting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
After reading a review about this by Katykicker, I decided it was worth a try. If you've been reading my reviews, you will know that I like to save money with food, and don't mind trying cheaper brands, as you never know what you will end up liking. Looking back I wasn't sure why I tried this Mince, as I am very very fussy about my Mince, but I guess when I see a bargain, and have a couple of spare pound, then I will always give it a go. This was in the Freezer section of my local Tesco. Normally a no-no for me, as I buy fresh Mince, but again it is worth the research surely. The pack is 750g and I paid £1.58 for it. Normally I pay about £2.29 for a 500g pack ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/09 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I am shopping on a very tight budget lately as I am saving all of my money for a deposit to move somewhere by the end of next month. I paid £1.31 for a 750g packet of Tesco Market Value Mince but I have today checked the Tesco website and this has gone up to £1.59 which is quite a jump in price for just 1 week and hopefully the price will go back down again before my next purchase. The mince is contained within a plastic bag that is quite thick and has a clear panel on the front so that you can see the mince and it has the Tesco Market Value logo (slightly different to that of the picture) and then it contains cooking instructions, nutritional ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/10 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I was sent this Tesco Value mince as a substitute last week when I did my online shopping & as my delivery was made in the evening when it was dark I decided the poor driver looked too exhausted to be kept waiting whilst I decided so I just said cheerfully 'no problem' & waved him off. When I was unpacking I looked at the mince with trepidation - minced what exactly I wondered? It didn't look very appetising & seemed a rather strange texture & colour but I told myself not to be so fussy & popped it straight into a deep pan with loads of chopped fried onions & a bit of garlic whilst I hunted for the rest of the ingredients to make our ... Read the complete review
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