Tesco 'Oak Lane' Strawberry Conserve Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Spread
Newest Review: ... this one as opposed to others in terms of presentation, the price is the main draw. In terms of taste and consistency, the ... more
by - written on 11/09/09 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Tesco have developed a knack for cost cutting. One of the product lines to emerge from them over the past year is the Oak Lane brand, and while the standard is as hit and miss as their own Value branding, some of the products are real bargain finds. This Oak Lane jam is, on first appearance, a good value buy. A deep, rich red jam that costs 85p or so for 454g, a big jar. The branding gives you a pleasant enough look, and although there is nothing that attracts specifically to this one as opposed to others in terms of presentation, the price is the main draw. In terms of taste and consistency, the jam initially holds up as a jelly-like jam, with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/09, updated on 27/04/09 (Very useful, 112 readings)
I absolutely love jam and marmalade on toast and have it every day cos I'm a real fan lol. Of late I've found strawberry jam (no matter what the brand) to not be much good. They seem very runny to me at the moment and with no said strawberries in them either! I can't not have jam as it kicks starts my brain of a morning so the other week I got this one whilst browsing in Tesco to try out. The Packaging.... 454g glass jar with a black screw on/off lid at the top of it which has a gold circle on there and once opened (or tampered with) that area pops up a little and on that the best before date is stamped on clearly in black ink. Around the front of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/04/09 (Very useful, 132 readings)
Most of our major supermarket chains are struggling to meet the needs of their customers, constant price wars and an amazing amount of advertising campaigns seem to be in force. Every newspaper that you pick up has a page that is dedicated to supermarket price comparison. Even the Internet has sites that customers can visit to compare prices. Sometimes all of this discounting can be slightly misleading, if you tend to do your shopping in the one supermarket then what you gain on the swings you may well lose on the roundabouts and the average person who leads a busy life trying to juggle both work and family hasn't got the time to run around them all in the hopes of ... Read the complete review
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