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Heinz Baked beans Fridge Pack £1.00 at Asda

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5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago
Heinz Baked beans Fridge Pack £1 at Asda. Baked beans in a deliciously rich tomato sauce. Once open stays fresh for 5 DAYS. Offer available In store and online
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2 Likes #1
Don't think Heinz are what they were.
We stopped buying them as the quality (taste, not thickness of sauce) had deteriorated in our view.
Many cheapie makes were better.
Like the container, mind.
#2
buy them at Tesco then get DTD on the price check thing
#3
Whats the advantage over a can? Do they taste better? All I can see is that I need to eat a massive pack in 5 days
#4
mocmocamoc
Whats the advantage over a can? Do they taste better? All I can see is that I need to eat a massive pack in 5 days

True, cheaper to buy the cans and put lids on them if you don't eat them all

I much prefer Branston these days
#5
mocmocamoc
Whats the advantage over a can? Do they taste better? All I can see is that I need to eat a massive pack in 5 days


Was only a disadvantage for me. I ended up throwing most of them away as I got fed up eating them and couldn't finish in time before they they went off.
#6
tallpete33
mocmocamoc
Whats the advantage over a can? Do they taste better? All I can see is that I need to eat a massive pack in 5 days

True, cheaper to buy the cans and put lids on them if you don't eat them all

I much prefer Branston these days
I hope you did not mean leave the beans in a can ! No product should be left in a metal can once opened, unless you want guts ache as well !
#7
COMARANTZ
tallpete33
mocmocamoc
Whats the advantage over a can? Do they taste better? All I can see is that I need to eat a massive pack in 5 days


True, cheaper to buy the cans and put lids on them if you don't eat them all

I much prefer Branston these days

I hope you did not mean leave the beans in a can ! No product should be left in a metal can once opened, unless you want guts ache as well !

+1

At this price the old tubs can be washed out and used to store dry pasta or rice in.

heat
2 Likes #8
Oh my god, your discussing beans people!

They've put them in a plastic container so they can sell them more expensively and your lapping it up!
#9
cubensis
Oh my god, your discussing beans people!

They've put them in a plastic container so they can sell them more expensively and your lapping it up!


Ahhh someone thats actually caught on to what all these manufacturers are up to!

Thought only I had noticed, but seems there are 2 of us..

Some sad people on here voting a pot of baked beans hot..tut tut tut!
1 Like #10
Does anyone know EXACTLY how many beans this contains?
#11
Originally I figured that a 4 pack tin of Branston is better than one of these half price. But then, I got one and whilst I wouldn't buy more than one except when I want to change the container, I am happy with it. It's nice to have beans in a container so that you get just the amount you want whether its just for you or for someone else to. Like what other people say, if you leave it in a tin, its not good - if you do, you probably don't want to leave it more than a day or 2.

Fairly easy to clean and store another tin into it when opened and I don't finish. But as I said, there isn't a major reason to use this container - you can always use other tupperware.
#12
These contain 5 servings, or 2.5 cans worth of beans. If you're the hungry sort who has a large can in one meal (me), this pack is mighty frustrating when you come to the third serving!
#13
I agree with Tallpete, branston beans are the very best. They taste like heinz used to taste.
#14
The 4 pack of snack pots are £1 too . . . good if like me you cant manage a whole tin!
1 Like #15
profet
Does anyone know EXACTLY how many beans this contains?


I was also wondering that, also does anyone have a rough thickness of the plastic?

I personally like all sorts of beans but please people lets have more opinions on your likes/dislikes throughout all the brands i think were all clinging to every sentence - i know i am.

Tins > Plastic Containers > Individual Portion Snack Pots - all fine but they really don't cover all my needs and are slightly inconvenient. I'd much prefer a much higher priced individually wrapped bean for when I just feel like two or three beans.

I haven't checked yet but please tell me extortionate stamp sized bread is on sale to go with my individually wrapped bean/beans?

Edited By: cubensis on Mar 22, 2011 23:04
#16
OP, did you capitalise "DAYS" in case people thought it would be weeks or months?
#17
kebabthief
OP, did you capitalise "DAYS" in case people thought it would be weeks or months?

Nope, I merely copied and pasted from the Asda website product description !
#18
Whoop whoop I got a hottie !!
#19
Tins and tupperware for me, expensive beans for suckers, colder than a witches t*t.
#20
Have some heat, Heinz still the best , convenient storage, much better and safer than tin
#21
Keith26
Tins and tupperware for me, expensive beans for suckers, colder than a witches t*t.
Thankyou for your considered opinion :0)

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