Van Camp's Chicken of the Sea Informative - Chunk Tuna?

Review by pacawaca on 2009-12-08
I opened a can of Chunk White Albacore Tuna in water. Yes it was in water but I think they forgot to put in the tuna chunks. There was no way of separating the water from the tuna. If you tried to add other things, like mayo and pickle relish, to the tuna you would end up with one BIG MESS. I guess where ever this stuff is put in the can they don't have any quality control to see what kind of product is put in the stores.
Comments:5 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-12-09
Posted by Starlord on 2009-12-08:
People just can't get it. Buy the tuna in pouches!! I can't make it anymore clear, and I just posted on this subject in the past two days. The tuna in the pouches is way better than tuna in a can has ever been, you don't have to drain it, and it is ALL tuna flesh. Wake up!!!
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-12-08:
Starlord - Starkist
Coincidence? I think not.
Posted by Pepper on 2009-12-08:
I still get mine in a can
but only cos it's cheaper
but I also accept that it will be a lesser quality product than the bagged stuff
Posted by Starlord on 2009-12-08:
TheNewSheriff, when my wife, Crystal Sword first picked up a pouch, I thought she had lost her mind. I quickly found out how much better the pouched tuna was. Pepper, my friend, the difference of the small amount between can and pouch is well justified by the immensely greater quality of the pouch. I don't mind paying a few cents more to have the best quality. We are not rich, but one does not have to accept garbage, does one?
Posted by Pepper on 2009-12-09:
I'll still get the cans cos they're still a lot cheaper.
plus the last time I got tuna it was on sale at like 59 cents a can. (yellowfin tuna, grocery store brand)

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