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Need to vent - Tuna and water? Not even close

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It should be labeled water and a little bit of tuna.

 

The downsizing of product in it packaging is starting to really get out of control.

 

Making tuna casserole for the kids for dinner.

 

Just opened 4 cans of Chicken of the Sea albacore in water. Three of them had at best a third can of tuna in them, the 4th had maybe 1/8 th inch in it- *** ? mad.gif

 

Back to the damned store for another brand.

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I keep a supply of sardines at work and such, try to eat 1 or 2 a day.

 

Yesterday I opened up a can of beachcliffs andthere were 3 small ones, about a third of the can....

 

I thought it was a bad batch, but who knows..

 

-Coop

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I think the stuff packed in water tastes like crap anyway and don't use much canned tuna. I especially don't like to support Euro commercials but when I want it I've been buying imported packed in oil and the random choice of brands I've been getting have been decent.

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Sudsy: join your local Costco (hopefully you have one in your area). Their house brand is good. And they also carry the oil packed euro brand (but it's slightly fishier tasting)...

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I grew up on tuna sandwiches-- soft white bread, lettuce and mayonnaise.

Still crave them sometimes.

But now *name brand* "solid white albacore" is a tiny can of pink mush.

 

The "365" house brand at Whole Foods is better than Chicken of the Sea or Starkist. It's passable, but the cans are getting smaller and smaller !

 

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