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Beston Baked Beans 4 Pack for 59p instore in Home Bargains

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4 Pack of Beston Baked Beans for 59p instore in Home Bargains
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#1
Please check expiry date, I don't trust home bargain, the last time i went there they were selling crisps that expired last month at a reduced rate.
When I asked why they were selling expired crisps i was told that they are allowed to sell it for 1 month after expiry date, I don't know if this is correct?
#2
Was it the use by or sell by date? If it's the sell by date they should by ok. Though it does depend how many you intend buying of course.

I'm also wondering if it's worth going to get some of too, at this price the shelves will most likely be cleared.

Edited By: LemonHead on Oct 11, 2016 13:20
#3
They are Netto brand, the ones that were in our local home bargains store last friday all had march 2017
on the tin ...taste wise - ok just like beans. :{
1 Like #4
Bought these 2 weeks ago and they are brilliant quality. More beans in them than any other brand I've tried although some people may dislike it having less sauce than other brands
#5
Worst tasting beans I have tried.
#6
Has been...;)
#7
choice4
Please check expiry date, I don't trust home bargain, the last time i went there they were selling crisps that expired last month at a reduced rate.
When I asked why they were selling expired crisps i was told that they are allowed to sell it for 1 month after expiry date, I don't know if this is correct?

For any food product the only date to really observe is a 'use by' one that you'll find on highly perishable items like fresh dairy, meat, salads etc. Any 'best before' or 'display until' type codes are advisory and if consumed after the expiry date the food may not be in peak condition, but is highly unlikely to do you any harm at all. There are a number of websites that specifically sell 'out of date' food like crisps, biscuits, confectionery etc for a fraction of the full price.
#8
Are these promoted by Heston Blumenthals brother?
#9
livreg
Are these promoted by Heston Blumenthals brother?

that's a beans-poor attempt at a joke - sadly without a funny bit or laughter moment

butt keep plugging away
#10
choice4
Please check expiry date, I don't trust home bargain, the last time i went there they were selling crisps that expired last month at a reduced rate.
When I asked why they were selling expired crisps i was told that they are allowed to sell it for 1 month after expiry date, I don't know if this is correct?


Yes it is okay on best before dates, I find out of Crisps have more flavour, like they mature with age!!

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