Tesco, Prussia Street, Dublin 7.
Liam Knuj writes:
Great offer on grapes – €1.99 each or two for €5….
Alan Colohan twasks:
…why do unpackaged apples cost twice as much as plastic wrapped apples? This seriously impacts people’s ability to limit their use of single use plastics.
Further to Tesco’s efforts to halt redevelopment of Phibsboro Shopping Centre/Dalymount Park…..
Paul McCarthy writes:
Voting underway in Phibsboro as a community decides how to fight back against a supermarket that sees fit to hold back vital development. #Texit
Previously: They’re Big On Your Community
81 votes cast between 14:15 -16:15PM. Phibsboro favors standing up to Tesco. Watch this space it seems…
Tesco, Liberty Square, Thurles, County Tipperary
Is this the worst Tesco store in Europe? Dirty shelves, dirty uneven floor. Lack of wheelchair accessibility to the home wares department. Runs out of stock on the basics at times.
Meanwhile Lidl plan to build a new store beside Thurles Shopping centre, SuperValu is currently undergoing renovations and Costcutter in the square was recently renovated in the town. The above stores all offer free parking.
On some of the above developments, Tesco has put in some sort of submission/objection to any development in the town.
From top: Dalymount today; Dalymount under new plans and Tesco, Phisborough
The Scarlet Phibsbernel writes:
Phibsboro’s long awaiting redevelopment of Dalymount Park, the hated Phibsboro Shopping Centre and hotly anticipated new village plaza – is in jeopardy thanks to a supermarket empowered by the custom of the community whose improvement it strangles. This particular branch is among the most profitable and under-invested in the country.
Apt, in fairness.
Tesco, Clearwater, Finglas, Dublin 11
Tesco are opening a new budget range to compete with Lid and Aldi [in the UK]. They’re calling it Jack’s – not sure it’s the best name? Do you think they’ll bring it to Ireland?
Tesco, Mullingar yesterday.
(Thanks Ronan Casey)
The aftermath of pre-Beast panic buying atTesco Bray this evening.
Thanks Con Kennedy
From top: Tesco; SuperValu
Following on from your Easons/Amazon post yesterday here is another one.
My absolute favourite cheese for topping homemade burgers is smoked applewood. In Supervalu it costs 2.99 for 150g which works out at 19.93 a kilo.
Whereas over in Tesco 185g of smoked applewood cheese, imported from the UK, will cost you 1.38 or 7.46 per kilo. 6
By my calculation this product is 167% more expensive in Supervalu than it is in Tesco.
Hooray for British cheese I say.