While I didn´t expect it to be good, I didn´t expect it to be quite as bad as it was. While I didn´t expect the contents fully to resemble the glowing picture on the carton, with its large chunks of tuna, I did expect them to bear some resemblance to it.
But the Russian salad, the main ingredient of which should be tuna, was tuna-free, despite the 7% quantity stipulated in the list of ingredients. There were some minute flecks of something vaguely orange in colour but that might´ve been the carrots.
At €3.90 for a 240g packet, this virtually protein-free amalgam of powdered egg, mustard, oil, gum and God knows what, was a complete rip-off.
Argal claim their product is without:
frutos de cáscara
sulfito ni sulfuroso
and, I´d like to add, atún.
The Spaniards describe bare-faced cheek as frescura. The makers and advertisers of this dishonestly-presented salad are unos frescos and I should get my money back.