After Tesco were accused of skimping on fillings, we rate sixteen supermarket wraps to find best value for money – The Sun

TAKEAWAY wraps may look big, fat and juicy – but are they really all that when you take a bite?

Hungry Katie Brightwell complained to Tesco this week, accusing it of skimping on the ingredients in her turkey wrap.

The contents of Katie's wrap didn't look very festiveThe supermarket refunded her for the £2.50 snack, which she said was made up of just two tiny pieces of turkey and a few spinach leaves.

Katie, 33, from Sudbury, Suffolk, left a sarcastic remark on Tesco’s Facebook page, saying: “Definitely don’t need dinner tonight, completely full now.”

Here we work out the cost per gram of four favourite fillings at different supermarkets, to find best and worst value for money . . .

Caesar

Cost: £2.30

Weight: 82g

Cost per gram: 2.8p

Morrisons: Chicken & Bacon CaesarCost: £2.50

Weight: 83g

Cost per gram: 3p

Cost: £2.40

Weight: 86g

Cost per gram: 2.8p

Cost: £3

Weight: 63g

Cost per gram: 4.7p

Veggie

Cost: £2.50

Weight: 59g

Cost per gram: 4.2p

 

Cost: £2.50

Weight: 63g

Cost per gram: 3.9p

Cost: £2.40

Weight: 61g

Cost per gram: 3.9p

Cost: £2.30

Weight: 62g

Cost per gram: 3.7p

Duck

Cost: £2.30

Weight: 72g

Cost per gram: 3.1p

Cost: £2.50

Weight: 68g

Cost per gram: 3.6p

Cost: £3.30

Weight: 64g

Cost per gram: 5.1p

Cost: £2.40

Weight: 62g

Cost per gram: 3.8p

Spicy Chicken

Cost: £2.50

Weight: 58g

Cost per gram: 4.3p

Cost: £2.30

Weight: 107g

Cost per gram: 2.1p – Best Value

Cost: £3.60

Weight: 68g

Cost per gram: 5.2p – Worst Value

Cost: £2.40

Weight: 51g

Cost per gram: 4.7p

The verdict

  • Best average wrap weight, for all four fillings, was Sainsbury’s at 81g
  • M&S wraps were generally pricy and its Chicken Fajita was worst value we found
  • Asda wraps were a little stingy, except for its great-value Bacon & Chicken Caesar
  • Morrisons gives less veggie or duck filling for your buck than spicy or Caesar chicken


 

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