What is Tesco value now called?

kimplus8
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edited 3 January 2023 at 8:21PM in Food shopping & groceries
As the title says really, 
making a switch from Asda to Tesco as I’ve had so much of my recent orders ‘out of stock’ and cancelled from our delivery. 
I noticed the Tesco ‘value’ range now has a variety of brand names. 
Stockwell being one of them.
can you please reply with any names of the other items please as when I type in ‘Tesco value’ it comes back as no items in stock. 
Thankyou x
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  • p00hsticks
    p00hsticks Posts: 12,799 Forumite
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    Tesco;s website shows al lthe 'exclusively for Tesco' brands, but I've no experience of what price points they fill.

  • Katiehound
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    edited 3 January 2023 at 9:03PM
    Growers harvest 
    Summer Pride
    Ms Molly's
    Rosedene Farms- fresh fruit
    Tesco essentials- toiletries

    I have a feeling that there are more but can't think what....

    Being polite and pleasant doesn't cost anything! --
    Many thanks
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  • Katiehound
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    can't edit (again)

    Creamfields- dairy products
    Being polite and pleasant doesn't cost anything! --
    Many thanks
    -Stash bust:in 2022:337
    Stash bust :2023. 120duvets, 24 bags, 43 dog coats, 2 scrunchies, 10 mittens, 6 bootees, 8 glass cases, 2 A6 notebooks, 59 cards, 6 lav bags,36 angels,9 bones, 1 knee blanket, 1 lined bag,3 owls, 88 pyramids = total 420 total spend £5. Total for 'Dogs for Good' £546.82

    2024:23 Doggyduvets,27pyramids, 6 hottie covers, 4 knit hats,13 crochet angels,1 shopper, 87cards=161 £86 spent!!!
  • KxMx
    KxMx Posts: 10,600 Forumite
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    Tesco;s website shows al lthe 'exclusively for Tesco' brands, but I've no experience of what price points they fill.

    I believe that they are all incarnations of Tesco Value. 
  • can't edit (again)

    Creamfields- dairy products
    The cream and cheese seem perfectly fine.
    No man is worth crawling on this earth.

    So much to read, so little time.
  • Katiehound
    Katiehound Posts: 7,548 Forumite
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    All their products are perfectly fine- haven't tried the pies/baking range but I have had loads of the other items.
     Goodness knows why it was considered vital to change from their basic range- oh, maybe the look! (marketing stuff!) Sorry, I have never been someone who needs to buy "labels."
    Being polite and pleasant doesn't cost anything! --
    Many thanks
    -Stash bust:in 2022:337
    Stash bust :2023. 120duvets, 24 bags, 43 dog coats, 2 scrunchies, 10 mittens, 6 bootees, 8 glass cases, 2 A6 notebooks, 59 cards, 6 lav bags,36 angels,9 bones, 1 knee blanket, 1 lined bag,3 owls, 88 pyramids = total 420 total spend £5. Total for 'Dogs for Good' £546.82

    2024:23 Doggyduvets,27pyramids, 6 hottie covers, 4 knit hats,13 crochet angels,1 shopper, 87cards=161 £86 spent!!!
  • kimplus8
    kimplus8 Posts: 968 Forumite
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    All their products are perfectly fine- haven't tried the pies/baking range but I have had loads of the other items.
     Goodness knows why it was considered vital to change from their basic range- oh, maybe the look! (marketing stuff!) Sorry, I have never been someone who needs to buy "labels."
    I don’t understand it either- the Asda value range is bright yellow and from what I’ve experienced getting deliveries, it is constantly sold out. 
    Clearly the packaging is irrelevant in this difficult financial time. 
    My kids moan a bit that they have a yellow filled lunchbox but it’s what is in our budget so it’s what they get 🤣🤣
    Saving for a house in 2025 LISA £7726/£15000 Emergency Fund £1000/£6000 No spend Year 2023
  • jon81uk
    jon81uk Posts: 3,773 Forumite
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    All their products are perfectly fine- haven't tried the pies/baking range but I have had loads of the other items.
     Goodness knows why it was considered vital to change from their basic range- oh, maybe the look! (marketing stuff!) Sorry, I have never been someone who needs to buy "labels."
    Tesco (and Sainsbury's) thought they needed to copy Aldi/Lidl.
  • Mnoee
    Mnoee Posts: 815 Forumite
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     Katiehound said:
    Growers harvest 
    Summer Pride
    Ms Molly's
    Rosedene Farms- fresh fruit
    Tesco essentials- toiletries

    I have a feeling that there are more but can't think what....

    Woodside farms - bacon/gammon
    Willow farm - chicken
    Nightingale farm - some veg
    Suntrail farms - some fruit

    ... Basically most farms! 
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