- Mar 9, 2019
I can update @Neil ofthenene with the cost of Jolly Green Giant sweetcorn (post covid) to 50p a small tin - that's for a pack of 4. However even that seemingly pricey amount shrivels when you consider that I only use a small amount during any session (usually) so little waste involved (or recycling via a blender). I don't know what it is about GG's stuff, but it seems to work better than Sainsbury's cheaper own brand@Neil ofthe nene @Cobweb
Seeing as you both mentioned it, and having not used corn for a long time, I have been wondering if there any real difference between a tin of Green Giant for example and a tin of XL sweetcorn from Dynamite Baits. Apart from the obvious fact of the price per tin.
I am of course referring to the unflavoured fishing specific corn, is it cooked to make it tougher, do they do anything special with it, or is it just stuck in a tin with a fancy lable with a higher price tag?
I did notice on the tins of Dynamite Baits sweetcorn it says not for human consumption, which leads me to believe it isn't ordinary corn such as Green Giant, but I could be wrong.