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2 bags of clementines - horrible, dry fruit, no sweetness whatsoevera pack of 4 "perfectly ripe" peaches - no flavour, not particularly juicy[fed up](waitrose, btw)i have found marks to be better, but sooo £££
we stopped buying from supermarket recently and now use local market, loads better quality, cheaper and i can buy a weeks worth of fruit for 3 of us n its still edible by the time im deciding what to get for the next week
i remember once being in a queue at the checkout at markswas behind a (italian? spanish?) lady who was buying shedloads of nice fruit - cherries, nectarines etcin italy/spain would have cost a few quidit came to something like £35she could not believe that was the correct amoutni could not help but intervene to explain fruit prices in the uk
must admit M&S are hard to beat for their fruit...but last time I bought grapes from there they were £7..And I ate half of them on the way home!!!
i bought some satsumas for dd2, they were dry and horrible. i have taken to squeezuing fruit now in the shop
M&S fruit is the best, particularly the berrires.
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