Iceland Nectarines

(21 customer reviews)

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Iceland Nectarines

(21 customer reviews)

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£1.00 Was £1.50
25p per 1 unit

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Additional Information

Ripen at Home

Manufacturers Address

Packed for Iceland Foods Ltd., U.K., CH5 2NW and Iceland Stores Ireland Ltd., Unit 250, Corporate Park 2, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.

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To contact us please call: 0800 328 0800

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At home, best kept refrigerated. Wash before use.

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Customer Reviews

(21 customer reviews)

The nectarines I had last time were large, juicy and sweet, nothing more to add.

Horrible. Not ripe and brown inside, I had to throw them away.

The first time they were very good but the ones I have been getting lately are not up to standard.

They were still rock hard when they went black really horrible.

They were a lot smaller than usual and one was soft and brown on inside, though tough on outside. They were not sweet and juicy as they normally are. The ones I bought on the 2nd of March ripened well and were sweet and juicy.

Always very fresh but not too ripe. They can be kept

Hard to cut and extremely hard to bite into, will not be buying again

I don't buy a lot of fruit from Iceland or any supermarket. Often it is under-ripe, (ripen at home they say). However, it is usually just hard and dry for days, and ripens and goes to mush overnight. However, Nectarines have proved to be the rarity, & do seem to ripen ok. So I am still buying them.

I had to throw 1 away it was going bad but the rest are ok

Ripeness variable. Sometimes too ripe when delivered


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