Young's Fish Fingers with Omega 3 Reviews
Product Type: Young's Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Young's / Type: Frozen Food
Newest Review: ... an ethical company, who ensure their fish is of the highest quality and responsibly sourced. They are a natural source of ... more
by - written on 06/01/12 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Since I've not been well over Christmas, I've not had much of an appetite for food, and also when I get home from work I tend to snooze all evening and have no energy to cook from scratch. Last night, we both dozed off when we got home, and didn't wake up till 8pm so we decided a quick and easy tea was in order.....what else can you have in these situations apart from fishfinger butties?! We had these Youngs fishfingers with Omega 3 in the freezer, and I seem to remember picking them up at Asda a little while ago because they were on offer and worked out cheaper than any of the alternatives. Looking on the Asda website they cost £1.65 for a pack of 10, so it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/11 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Young's Fish Fingers with Omega 3. After enjoying my lazy day I decided to be lazy about my dinner as well and made myself fish fingers and chips. The chosen fish fingers were Young's Fish Fingers with Omega 3 and I enjoyed them so much I decided to give them their own review. *** Packaging *** Young's Fish Fingers with Omega 3 are packaged in a blue cardboard box. The box has a picture of a fish finger on a fork across the front, along with a large 'Young's' logo. There is a statement saying "now with 20% more fish" and "more kids prefer Young's" On the side of the box there is storage information, ... Read the complete review
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