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4 tins of baked beans 425g, Only 59p instore @ Home Bargains !

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4 Large tins of baked beans in tomato sauce ( Beston ) 425g each, Only 59p instore @ Home Bargains ! Read More
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4 Large tins of baked beans in tomato sauce ( Beston ) 425g each, Only 59p instore @ Home Bargains !
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#1
good price op, worth a shot,heat
#2
I think you will find they are just normal sized tins not large but normal average sized tins.
#3
Brand?
#4
Hot. Ideal for your protein and sugar fix.
#5
Shayno
Brand?
( Beston ) as sold in Netto I believe.
#6
Are these any good ?
1 Like #7
seen beans called smedlys floating round heron and H&B for 20p a tin. not for me as im a winner.
1 Like #8
most beans are made in the same factory just labelled differently. As is most tin food and supermarket labelled produce. Yeo yogurt make all supermarket yogurt. stop this brand crap and wake up.
5 Likes #9
Nimitz46
most beans are made in the same factory just labelled differently. As is most tin food and supermarket labelled produce. Yeo yogurt make all supermarket yogurt. stop this brand crap and wake up.

I'm not a label junkie but must say there is a huge variation in different brands of beans. Not a fan of Branston, though some say their the best, Heinz I find far too sweet, my favorite for years were Lidls but since they recently changed they are now dross. Aldis are not much better. Morrisons premium nice but I cant get them open without a struggle. Bean of choice at the moment is Sainsburys own brand.

Edited By: dvdvicar on Sep 18, 2016 06:03: my bad
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Nimitz46
most beans are made in the same factory just labelled differently. As is most tin food and supermarket labelled produce. Yeo yogurt make all supermarket yogurt. stop this brand crap and wake up.

Doesn't really matter where they're made, the key to the taste is the recipe and that's where the brands differ.
1 Like #11
Not all baked beans are created equal. +1 on the key to taste is the recipe.
#12
Voted hot for the deal for ready made beans. Don't like what's on offer in the supermarkets? Make your own, so simple to do! :-)
#13
i binged on loads of brands recently, my fav are were aldi premium £1 for 4 iirc. Ingredients are broadly the same across most brands, and any taste differences are subtle. However, Heinz seem to be the only ones using vinegar.

Edited By: danielUK84 on Sep 18, 2016 02:20
#14
dvdvicar
Nimitz46
most beans are made in the same factory just labelled differently. As is most tin food and supermarket labelled produce. Yeo yogurt make all supermarket yogurt. stop this brand crap and wake up.
I'm not a label junkie but must say there is a huge variation in different brands of beans. Not a fan of Branston, though some say their the best, Heinz I find far too sweet, my favorite for years were Lidls but since they recently changed they are now dross. Aldis are not much better. Morrisons premium nice but I cant get them open without a struggle. Bean of choice at the moment is Sainsburys own brand.
each to their own i guess, me i love the new Lidl's beans, not to sweet and great when you add them to, chopped up bacon, onions, chilli and some smoked paprika
#15
We all have different tastes don't we, I prefer Branston beans over most others but only get them when they are on offer. I tried Aldi's 'premium' beans and found them too watery, as a one off I thought I'd try their cheaper value ones and preferred them!
Tesco's value beans and sausages have nice beans in but the value beans are different and not as nice.
#16
Beanz Meanz Heinz - although I also prefer Sainsbury's own brand
#17
i bought some they are decent. not watery and quite a thick sauce. they are definitely better than most own brand beans
1 Like #18
Cracking price!

Unfortunately they didn't have any in the Evesham store today though. They had a 5 pack of Heinz or a 3 pack of Branston

Asked the manager if he could order some in for me, but unfortunately he was unable to, saying he was unable to find any Beston Baked Beans on the system.

Oh well, not to worry. Thanks for posting anyway.

Voting HOT, HOT, HOT!
#19
EveshamLad
Cracking price!
Unfortunately they didn't have any in the Evesham store today though. They had a 5 pack of Heinz or a 3 pack of Branston
Asked the manager if he could order some in for me, but unfortunately he was unable to, saying he was unable to find any Beston Baked Beans on the system.
Oh well, not to worry. Thanks for posting anyway.
Voting HOT, HOT, HOT!
Thanks for great and understanding post.
#20
Love Branstons, but at this price bit of butter and curry powder is going to spice these up nicely :)
#21
Nimitz46
most beans are made in the same factory just labelled differently. As is most tin food and supermarket labelled produce. Yeo yogurt make all supermarket yogurt. stop this brand crap and wake up.


yes, but, they are then slightly tweeked for flavour etc. Some a rank and not even worth the 20p.
#22
dvdvicar
Nimitz46
most beans are made in the same factory just labelled differently. As is most tin food and supermarket labelled produce. Yeo yogurt make all supermarket yogurt. stop this brand crap and wake up.

I'm not a label junkie but must say there is a huge variation in different brands of beans. Not a fan of Branston, though some say their the best, Heinz I find far too sweet, my favorite for years were Lidls but since they recently changed they are now dross. Aldis are not much better. Morrisons premium nice but I cant get them open without a struggle. Bean of choice at the moment is Sainsburys own brand.


yeh branston beans are nasty
#23
Had some of these this evening after buying them today (not sure why it is expired) and it's a thumbs up from me :)

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