Hunt's 100% Natural Whole Tomatoes Complaint - Poor Quality: Hunt's 100% Natural Whole Tomatoes

Review by garden on 2009-05-31
I never thought I'd be writing a review of canned whole tomatoes, but these were so disappointing and such a waste of money that I think others should know.

Usually I buy store brand 28 oz. cans of whole tomatoes because they are less expensive. I bought two 28 oz. cans of the Hunt's 100% Natural Whole Tomatoes because they were on sale. Some of the Hunt's tomatoes were in pieces (not whole), and although they were supposed to be peeled, there were big pieces of skin still attached to the stem ends on some. Also, it was easy to see by the color of the tomatoes that they weren't fully ripe when they were processed. Both cans had the same problems. The cheaper store brands I've been buying for years are of much higher quality.

Perhaps private store brands insist on a higher quality to keep their customers satisfied.
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-05-31
Posted by DigitalCommando on 2009-05-31:
Rather than throwing away the rejects they probably still can them and offer them to stores at a big discount. What they should do is label them as "Bad performance tomatoes" and sell them at concert arena's and any place that has a stage. Instead of "ready to eat" they would be ready to throw.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-05-31:
DC, they would be big sellers at Britney Spears concerts.
Posted by DigitalCommando on 2009-05-31:
Yeah super, and I could make millions with my specially modified tomato slingshot with laser sight.
Posted by jktshff1 on 2009-05-31:
DC, where'd ya get it...I got to get one!!

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