Tesco Value Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... with a full nutritional chart and cooking instructions and contact details for Tesco are also given. This is a cheap looking ... more
by - written on 09/09/11, updated on 07/01/13 (Very useful, 74 readings)
When it comes to spaghetti in tomato sauce if I buy it, (which incidentally is a rarity) I always opt to buy Heinz as I love it and really love it from time to time on hot buttered toast for a quick tea. However the other day whilst I was out shopping in Tesco I spotted this same sized can (410g) only costing 15p and being far cheaper than Heinz I decided to give it a go. The Packaging: The packaging of this is rather simple. The labelling is red, white and blue in colour and on the front of it there is photograph of the spaghetti on there and we are told that it is indeed Tesco 'Value' Spaghetti In Tomato Sauce and there is an at a glance ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I'm a big fan of the Tesco Value range, OK I know some of it isn't up to much but overall my experiences with the Value range has been good. I recently tried their value tinned spaghetti and found it to be very good. At just 15p for a 410g can its certainly good value for money when compared to Heinz which is 50p for a smaller tin. The tin, has the usual value style label, with a red band around the centre with the name of the product on it, in this case it obviously says spaghetti in tomato sauce. The tin displays the value logo, a picture of the spaghetti and the GDA's. These are given for half a tin and are:- Calories 100 Sugar ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/11 (Very useful, 109 readings)
I have been buying this spaghetti for quite some time because my little grandson just loves spaghetti. He eats it all the time and when I first bought it last year when he was a little younger I wasn't too sure if it would be suitable because he loves the branded ones. I thought for the price it was worth a try to see if he liked it and also to try myself. It comes in a can of which needs a can opener to open it. The can is just basic looking and in the usual colours of blue and red from the Tesco Value range. It cost only 14p for a 410g can, so a very cheap price. The spaghetti inside is cut and the length is quite a long length. I like the idea of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/11 (Very useful, 62 readings)
When looking for something hot to have for lunch the other day I discovered I had a tin of this Tesco Value spaghetti in tomato sauce in the cupboard that I must have bought as a just-in-case, handy to have in the cupboard buy. I only had to do lunch for my partner and I, so cracked this tin open for us to share. ~ The Packaging ~ As this is a value product the labelling isn't particularly appealing, however with the value range the emphasis is on the product itself not whether it looks pretty on the outside or not. This product is quickly recognisable as being part of that value range with the Tesco blue barcode image on the label ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/11 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I have recently tried out the Tesco Value tin of spaghetti and this is my review. I have been trying out some of the items in the Tesco Value range to see if I can save a few pence on my weekly shop and I have found that some of them are very good value and I will buy them from now on but other items in the range are not that good and I will not get them again. The packaging for this item is very plain and is just a metal tin with a plain looking label on it with the name of the Tesco Value spaghetti on it. The metal tin can be recycled and I like this cos I like to do my bit for the environment. I do not really like the look of the Tesco Value ... Read the complete review
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