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Heinz Top Down Squeezy Tomato Ketchup (460g) for £1.00 in Asda

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Heinz Top Down Squeezy Tomato Ketchup (460g). Not sure about others but when it comes to supermarket brands v big brands, Heinz Tomato ketchup always wins. This size is £1.63 in Tesco and Sainsburys. …
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Heinz Top Down Squeezy Tomato Ketchup (460g). Not sure about others but when it comes to supermarket brands v big brands, Heinz Tomato ketchup always wins. This size is £1.63 in Tesco and Sainsburys.



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Tomatoes (126g Per 100g Ketchup), Spirit Vinegar, Sugar, Salt, Spice & Herb Extracts (Contain Celery), Spice, Garlic Powder.
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#1
cant beat a bit of tommy sauce
#2
£1.00 for 460g, you'd be a mug to pay that sort of price for tomato ketchup!
#3
It's about £1.96 in Morrisons for the large squeezy 1.2Kg one. Too big to fit in the cupboard though!
#4
Stompa
£1.00 for 460g, you'd be a mug to pay that sort of price for tomato ketchup!


This is a great price - unless of course you're a fan of Asda SmartPrice Tomoto Ketchup with a tomato content of 0.005%.
#5
ronmanager
It's about £1.96 in Morrisons for the large squeezy 1.2Kg one. Too big to fit in the cupboard though!


Woah ... cupboard? Now who doesn't keep thier tommy sauce in the fridge? :thumbsup:
#6
$ADZ$;5988361
Woah ... cupboard? Now who doesn't keep thier tommy sauce in the fridge? :thumbsup:


Yeah best to store it in the Fridge once its been opened!!!


Great price ...heated:::::
#7
emmacowley;5988360
This is a great price - unless of course you're a fan of Asda SmartPrice Tomoto Ketchup with a tomato content of 0.005%.

My last bottle of Aldi Tomato Ketchup was 99p for 1kg.
#8
Stompa
My last bottle of Aldi Tomato Ketchup was 99p for 1kg.


Exactly!! Aldi! Cheapo supermarket!!!
#9
emmacowley
This is a great price - unless of course you're a fan of Asda SmartPrice Tomoto Ketchup with a tomato content of 0.005%.


Agree totally!!! It's quality not quantity!!!
#10
Heinz Tomato Ketchup -
126g of ripe, fresh tomatoes into every 100g

What's in your cheapo Aldi brand???
#11
richieWolf;5989134
Heinz Tomato Ketchup -
126g of ripe, fresh tomatoes into every 100g
What's in your cheapo Aldi brand???

I've no idea, but it tastes just fine. Heinz must no doubt be pleased that their multi-million ad campaign highlighting the tomato content of their ketchup is succeeding in making the public believe that it's actually better.
#12
Upside down bottles were probably the greatest innovation in ketchup technology since... I was going somewhere with that I swear. Anyway, hot
#13
I've just bought 2 x 700g Top Down Heinz Ketchup for £3 in Morrisons.
Should be £2.13 each but 2 for £3.

The deal applies to any of the 'Top Down' Ketchup/HP/Salad Cream.

Not too bad
#14
PS. HP is ok out of the fridge after opening, but Ketchup is a must for the fridge unless you want it to go off and give you belly ache.
#15
I don't understand how this can be such a HOT deal? I know this is a cheap price, but only a savings of 60p. There are far better deals that deserve more heat than this that would merit me making a specific trip to the store to get the deal. A hot deal to me should mean it is to hot to miss and you must run to the store to get it ASAP.
#16
Stompa
I've no idea, but it tastes just fine. Heinz must no doubt be pleased that their multi-million ad campaign highlighting the tomato content of their ketchup is succeeding in making the public believe that it's actually better.


Some people have a palatte and we can taste the difference. You can have all the marketing but if it tastes s**t no one will buy it.
#17
Asda Smartprice Ketchup
98g of tomatoes per 100g of product.
40p for 550g

I use it and it tastes good.

£1 for 460g of ketchup is not a good deal.
#18
Hmmmm.... my favorite is daddy's sauce anyway....... but it's a good deal :whistling:
1 Like #19
richieWolf;5990591
Some people have a palatte and we can taste the difference. You can have all the marketing but if it tastes s**t no one will buy it.

If you think that the tomato content is an important factor then perhaps you should try Tesco's Discount brand tomato ketchup (157g tomatoes in every 100g), or even Hellmanns tomato ketchup (195g tomatoes in every 100g).....
#20
excellent
#21
I preffer Glass Bottles, the Swquezzy things you dont have no control over imo
#22
chojin
I preffer Glass Bottles, the Swquezzy things you dont have no control over imo



I agree when you squeeze these bottles to much comes out.
#23
chojin
I preffer Glass Bottles, the Swquezzy things you dont have no control over imo


Absolutely.... tapping the glass has class, squeezing the plastic is drastic.
#24
Can't put it in the fridge, it's too cold to go on your food then. :)
#25
don't understand why it is so hot deal. yeah, it is a good price but this ketchup has lots of salt and sugar in it. i only buy the reduced salt version which is around £1.80, but it was on offer for £1 a few weeks ago.

also, a few days ago i bought in tesco Heinz ketchup for a reduced price of £1 (down from around £1.60). it has 40% more tomatos per 100g, less calories, salt and sugar....tastes differently though, so will probably stick with heinz reduced salt version
banned#26
Stompa
I've no idea, but it tastes just fine. Heinz must no doubt be pleased that their multi-million ad campaign highlighting the tomato content of their ketchup is succeeding in making the public believe that it's actually better.


I agree some tomato ketchups are similar but the cheap ones are almost always horrible and tangy. I quite like branston ketchup :thumbsup:
banned#27
dundalk
don't understand why it is so hot deal. yeah, it is a good price but this ketchup has lots of salt and sugar in it. i only buy the reduced salt version which is around £1.80, but it was on offer for £1 a few weeks ago.

also, a few days ago i bought in tesco Heinz ketchup for a reduced price of £1 (down from around £1.60). it has 40% more tomatos per 100g, less calories, salt and sugar....tastes differently though, so will probably stick with heinz reduced salt version


Who cares about salt in ketchup ? most people have a small portion of ketchup once every other day and because its 40% less salt doesnt mean its alot might just mean there wasn't that much in anyway
#28
Heinz Tomato sauce didn't used to need to be kept in the fridge, but then they took the preservatives out (good thing :thumbsup:) so it needs to be kept in the fridge or some quite cold place.

This is a good offer and has been on before. There has also been the larger ones at 2 for £3 pick & mix but then, you're better off going for the salad cream as its more expensive.

Value-wise, both this for £1 and the 2 for £3 work out about the same.

Tip: It's worth picking up a few of these smaller bottles and keeping one in the boot of your car especially if you have a family and go off to places over the weekend. If you go to places like Harry Ramsdens Fish & Chips, its 15p per small sachet and you probably need 2-3 per person. So basically, if you are going to retail outlets or some of the motorway service stations where you can't get free tommy sauce, having a few of these to chuck in the back of your car is great. :thumbsup: Once opened, put it in the fridge when you get home for normal use and put another unopened one in your car boot! :p

AMO
banned#29
AMO1980
Heinz Tomato sauce didn't used to need to be kept in the fridge, but then they took the preservatives out (good thing :thumbsup:) so it needs to be kept in the fridge or some quite cold place.

This is a good offer and has been on before. There has also been the larger ones at 2 for £3 pick & mix but then, you're better off going for the salad cream as its more expensive.

Value-wise, both this for £1 and the 2 for £3 work out about the same.

Tip: It's worth picking up a few of these smaller bottles and keeping one in the boot of your car especially if you have a family and go off to places over the weekend. If you go to places like Harry Ramsdens Fish & Chips, its 15p per small sachet and you probably need 2-3 per person. So basically, if you are going to retail outlets or some of the motorway service stations where you can't get free tommy sauce, having a few of these to chuck in the back of your car is great. :thumbsup: Once opened, put it in the fridge when you get home for normal use and put another unopened one in your car boot! :p

AMO


Like your thinking. :thumbsup:
banned#30
This is a great price, you can make 10 ice lollies per bottle so that's only 10p each...bargain!
#31
AMO1980;6006452
Heinz Tomato sauce didn't used to need to be kept in the fridge, but then they took the preservatives out (good thing :thumbsup:) so it needs to be kept in the fridge or some quite cold place.

Indeed. I believe they generally say it should keep for 4-6 weeks in the fridge, but in my experience it lasts considerably longer than that.
1 Like #32
bluenosebob
PS. HP is ok out of the fridge after opening, but Ketchup is a must for the fridge unless you want it to go off and give you belly ache.


Not had issues like that for past 15 years of eating HP tomato sauce, and I am still normal, well that’s what my psychiatrist tells me.
#33
bluenosebob
PS. HP is ok out of the fridge after opening, but Ketchup is a must for the fridge unless you want it to go off and give you belly ache.


its never around in my house long enough to go off, lol
#34
I can't tell the difference,i buy Branston ketchup,a pound a bottle from Home & Bargains,,but no idea what size it is.
#35
very cold. hate ketchup, its overrated and its not that good of a deal.
#36
AMO1980


Tip: It's worth picking up a few of these smaller bottles and keeping one in the boot of your car especially if you have a family and go off to places over the weekend. If you go to places like Harry Ramsdens Fish & Chips, its 15p per small sachet and you probably need 2-3 per person. So basically, if you are going to retail outlets or some of the motorway service stations where you can't get free tommy sauce, having a few of these to chuck in the back of your car is great. :thumbsup: Once opened, put it in the fridge when you get home for normal use and put another unopened one in your car boot! :p

AMO


Might as well take your own chips as well...and Iceland Fish fillets!!!
banned#37
Gollywood
Might as well take your own chips as well...and Iceland Fish fillets!!!


you are on the ball Gollywood. Own chips and Iceland fish fillets might be better then Harry Ramsdens and all the service station food!!.
#38
aw001
Who cares about salt in ketchup ? most people have a small portion of ketchup once every other day and because its 40% less salt doesnt mean its alot might just mean there wasn't that much in anyway


i think more people do care about it. or at least should. Salt is in most products you eat - just read sometimes what you eat.

Brits are the fattest nation in Europe and do not eat well. it's time to change it. - i've just came back from another trip abroad. it is hard not to notice the difference in women's shapes (generally) in the UK and the countries i regurarly visit
banned#39
dundalk
i think more people do care about it. or at least should. Salt is in most products you eat - just read sometimes what you eat.

Brits are the fattest nation in Europe and do not eat well. it's time to change it. - i've just came back from another trip abroad. it is hard not to notice the difference in women's shapes (generally) in the UK and the countries i regurarly visit


well said dundalk. Given the debate over the future of the NHS, we should all look after ourselves.
#40
Gollywood
Might as well take your own chips as well...and Iceland Fish fillets!!!


You're one of those that put the fish & chips under the bonnet to cook right? :)

AMO

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