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Heinz Baked Beans 415 g (Pack of 24)

by Heinz

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  • Low in sugar
  • Virtually fat free
  • Packed with fibre
  • Baked beans in a deliciously rich tomato sauce
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Technical Details
Product Dimensions54.8 x 35 x 16.4 cm
Weight10 Kilograms
Units24 Pack
Storage InstructionsEmpty unused contents into a suitable covered container. Keep refrigerated and use within 2 days.
Country of originUnited Kingdom
BrandHeinz
CuisineEnglish
Formattinned
SpecialityNo artificial flavour, No preservatives, Gluten Free, Suitable for Vegetarians
Package InformationCan
Manufacturer/ProducerPALKK
  
Additional Information
ASINB001K45WGW
Best Sellers Rank 3,875 in Grocery (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12 Kg
Date First Available8 Feb 2012
  
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Product Description

baked beans in a deliciously rich tomato sauce.

Ingredients

Beans (51%), Tomatoes (34%), Water, Sugar, Modified Cornflour, Salt, Spirit Vinegar, Spice Extracts, Herb Extract.

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Hodgkin on 27 Oct 2013
Always loved heinz beans, scoffed at those who insisted there where other brands worth considering. But something has gone horribly wrong. No longer the rich tomato sauce, now an insipid orangey coloured water that tastes of nowt. Much though I hate to chuck my lot in with the type of people who scream "it's pc gone mad" etc. it would appear that the food police have ruined heinz beans. After eons of making great beans heinz caved into the "nutrition nazis" and reduced the salt and sugar content, you know, to "save us from ourselves". You know why heinz beans used to taste great? Salt and blinking sugar that's why. If I want less salt and sugar in my beans I'll buy one of those horrid reduced enjoyment ones, cheers.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scampo TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 30 May 2014
Apparently Heinz has ensured that its beans meet a UK Dept Health Responsibility Deal 2012 regarding salt and sugar. They claim they have done this while managing to "maintain the great taste consumers prefer”. They haven't. The "new" beans are now rather bland and insipid. I can't believe a major manufacturer has been so silly to allow them to be so crazily manipulated by Big Brother. We've switched to Branston - far (but - as of May 2014, the beans have shrunk in size and the sauce is thinner - what QC do these big companies actually have??).

Much the same has happened to crumpets - everyone except Warburton's seem to have reduced the salt to the point of tastelessness. We are not big salt users but this is getting silly. Fish fingers are similar... If this reduction in salt causes people to reach for the salt cellar - very likely - what a silly thing for the "government" to do!

Really - I think Heinz have - for a major company a rarity - messed up big time!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mister G TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 3 Oct 2014
Some branded products just defy switching because rivals do not taste the same. This is - in my opinion - one of them.

If you haven't discovered the joy of bacon & beans on toast then you don't know what you're missing - it's pretty well the ultimate fast food. Prepared in 10 minutes maximum, it's tasty and does not tast fatty or greasy. The meal contains far less fat than the average fast food (providing you don't overdo the bacon). Anyway, protein makes you feel full so, personally, I don't skimp on the bacon - it's counterproductive (it makes you eat fewer calories).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alan R. Edwards on 13 Mar 2014
ok so Heinz beans WERE the best (having eaten then for over sixty years) BUT now they are just tasteless pap, all mushy and horrible. It's supermarket own brand for me from now on. Great pity to see a quality product wrecked.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David Groom on 6 Mar 2014
What have they done to their fabulous beans? This latest recipe is vile, tasteless and disgusting. Don't buy them. Try any other manufacturers.
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By PPS076 TOP 50 REVIEWER on 3 Oct 2014
We have been eating Heinz Baked Beans for a number of years as a family and have tried a number of different brands in that time.

However we have not found one that tastes as nice as this brand. The company have been around for a very long time and in that time have developed a high quality product.

It tastes delicious, rich, full and has a nice texture to it. It does not contain a large amount of excess sauce like you find with cheaper brands and we have never had any problems with it.

We serve it with a number of foods such as potatoes, chips and toast and find that its handy to have around. It has a very long expiry date and does not need to be stored in the refrigerator.

I highly recommend this brand to anyone who hasn't tried it before and will continue buying it unless I find something better.

(This review covers the actual product not the price).

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By E. Peach on 24 Dec 2013
The reduced salt and sugar content of Heinz Baked Beans has resulted in them tasting totally foul! Time to look for a brand that isn't 'politically correct'.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A. F. Prestwich on 30 Dec 2013
Heinz Baked Beans the staple diet of every school kid and city worker late home looking for a bedtime snack of beans on toast for fifty plus years and now totally ruined by the 'food police'. What you have now is a tasteless, glutinous pile of orange muck. Why change a household favourite? Surely Heinz realise that 99% of consumers are more than capable of regulating their own sugar and salt intake and do not need their food manufacturers to do it for them. I guarantee Heinz sales will plummet because of this decision.
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