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Food & Grocery Tesco at Dumaguete

Discussion in 'Businesses - Services - Products' started by charlyB, Oct 27, 2020.

  1. charlyB

    charlyB DI Forum Adept

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    We got this at SM City Mall yesterday, they have quite a few Tesco items but they are mixed up with all the other stuff so you have to search for them. :thumbsup:
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    I've bought Tesco mouthwash there a couple of times. Was a good price too. Strange how they seem to have a few odd Tesco items like that.
     
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    Not really Poppy, SM have a tie up with Tesco in Manila. I tend to think they are starting to ship out Slower selling things to the Provinces to avoid wasting on Sell by dates
     
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    Do you know if there was any english mustard left? Thanks
     
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    Most items at Robinson use the bar code when they are rung up at the cash register. If the items have a price tag on them you might want to see if the tag was placed covering the best before date.
    Accidents happen, sometimes on purpose.
     
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  6. Always a Poppy

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    We rushed off to CitiMall and there's loads of Tesco English mustard, which I've been desperate for to make a decent hotdog. Magic!
     
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    There was plenty yesterday.
     
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    Got some, thanks.
     
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    For the furtherance of my wisdom, how many bottles you used to make "a decent hotdog"? :smile:
     
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    You don't need that much of the hot stuff NMRN, but I do spread quite liberally as I prefer hot and spicy taste. Maybe a couple of teaspoons per hotdog. Also depends whether you're adding fried onions in my view, as they tend to take away some of the heat, so more mustard required.
     
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