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Saving of 62p, so better than two for three offers. worth a taste

Bought these yesterday, just thought theyd make a chnage from actaully eating veg, which we do with every meal, bit of a treat in comparison for our littl one.
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#1
is it not 3 for a pound i'm sure i ordered 3 for a pound on my internet shop last night?
#2
three for a pound. why has this been voted cold???
#3
Good spot mummyspam, voted hot.
#4
Hot for me!
1 Like #5
I apologise mummyspam, I didn't think you'd take it quite so seriously. It wasn't meant to come across so nastily - sometimes a smiley at the end doesn't help.
#6
I've had a spring clean in this thread. :) Thanks all.
#7
they taste foul though
#8
These taste horrid.

My son loves hoops so I served him some on toast not telling him (he's only 3) and he only ate the toast - told me they were yacky! He would normally eat any brand inlcuding heinz or value.
Shame as it's a great idea in theory.
#9
I actually prefer the taste of the sauce in these, and we usually get them anyway for our lad - makes us feel a bit less guilty when we have nothing healthier available and have to resort to beans on toast!
#10
Beans and toast is healthy!!

Beans can already count as one of your five a day.
#11
lynnexxxo
Beans and toast is healthy!!

Beans can already count as one of your five a day.


that is kind of true, helath visator said it. only thing i would say when feeding kids beans is check salt AND sugar content. can shock u sometimes.

same with juice drnks, my MIL wanted to give our toddler a mickey mouse small carton of [SIZE="7"]JUICE[/SIZE] [SIZE="1"]drink[/SIZE], i checked carton first as dont trust this [SIZE="7"]JUICE [/SIZE][SIZE="1"]drink[/SIZE] bit, and suprisingly 25% of a childs reccommended intake of sugar, thats a child aged between 5 and 11, she's not even 2yet. so four cartons would be well over HER intake, plastered with mickey mouse one of her favourite charaters, felt bad cos theyd bought them but theres no way my daughter having that rubbish.

so beware, hidden salts and sugars and things aimed at kids. :whistling:
#12
That's not really surprising, fruit juices are pretty much just sugar and water anyway.

Fruits are full of it, reading the nutrition label on my pack of apples on my desk, 1 apple contains 18% of the RDA of sugar for an adult.
#13
mummyspam1985
that is kind of true, helath visator said it. only thing i would say when feeding kids beans is check salt AND sugar content. can shock u sometimes.


You should ALWAYS go for the 50% reduced sugar and salt varieties for young children. I don't know if Heinz do them actually, but Branston definitely do.
#14
but i was always told that the '' natural '' sugar in fruit was fine and that you can eat as much fruit as you want as the fat/sugar was not the saturated type
#15
Rusty!
That's not really surprising, fruit juices are pretty much just sugar and water anyway.

Fruits are full of it, reading the nutrition label on my pack of apples on my desk, 1 apple contains 18% of the RDA of sugar for an adult.


yeah true, but natural occuring sugars not so bad. my daughter love her fruit, hence why i double check sugar intake for all else she'd be hyper other wise ha ha:w00t:
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dean_brfc
You should ALWAYS go for the 50% reduced sugar and salt varieties for young children. I don't know if Heinz do them actually, but Branston definitely do.


yeah tabs dont have beans etc often when do but i do always check for the lowest salt, lowest sugar first. sometime the ordinary cheap things have lower salt than the expensive "lower salt", i found this with lots of different products, so leant to check everything properlly. :whistling:
#17
dean_brfc
You should ALWAYS go for the 50% reduced sugar and salt varieties for young children. I don't know if Heinz do them actually, but Branston definitely do.


I agree with the salt thing, it's scary how much salt is in things like bread when you consider a child's maximum daily intake is so tiny.

The thing I have noticed recently with the beans and suchlike though is that they replace the sugar with artificial sweeteners, which I avoid like the plague for my kids because of the scary research.

Unless they are reduced sugar and no artificial sweeteners, I'd rather stick with the reduced salt, full sugar version beans, or less of the normal beans. Stuff like juice I always get with natural fruit juice. (Then they get tanked up on pop and sweets at Grandmas!!!)
#18
Great idea but my 4 year old (who normally would eat any brand), rejected them for tasting horrible. Back to hiding the veg in the spag bol.

Sadly have to agree. I hope that they work on the idea though.
#19
we very lucky, she always eaten veg so not had to hide it but thought if i was gonna treat her to beans she could still get some extra veg, only cos cheap though.

think my mum couldve done with these when we were likkle though. how rank can they taste?? i think ill try them tonight after everyone seems to think they yuky. im sure my fiancee will be the first to say they rank. ha ha
#20
With regards to the juice topic ... Just avoid juice [SIZE="6"]DRINKS[/SIZE]

Juices are good for you and do form part of your 5 a day.

Juice [SIZE="6"]DRINKS [/SIZE]on the other hand .. are just full of added sugar. I thought this was common knowledge.
#21
sorry have to vote cold they taste disguisting and so do the beans ones
#22
k9plus1
With regards to the juice topic ... Just avoid juice [SIZE="6"]DRINKS[/SIZE]

Juices are good for you and do form part of your 5 a day.

Juice [SIZE="6"]DRINKS [/SIZE]on the other hand .. are just full of added sugar. I thought this was common knowledge.


yeah is the case almost all the time except for two exceptions that i have found (much to my delight), panda juice, is all juice with just added mineral water, and tesco do there own version too.

brilliant for young toddkers as they shouldnt have straight juice. :whistling:
#23
mummyspam1985
that is kind of true, helath visator said it. only thing i would say when feeding kids beans is check salt AND sugar content. can shock u sometimes.

same with juice drnks, my MIL wanted to give our toddler a mickey mouse small carton of [SIZE="7"]JUICE[/SIZE] [SIZE="1"]drink[/SIZE], i checked carton first as dont trust this [SIZE="7"]JUICE [/SIZE][SIZE="1"]drink[/SIZE] bit, and suprisingly 25% of a childs reccommended intake of sugar, thats a child aged between 5 and 11, she's not even 2yet. so four cartons would be well over HER intake, plastered with mickey mouse one of her favourite charaters, felt bad cos theyd bought them but theres no way my daughter having that rubbish.

so beware, hidden salts and sugars and things aimed at kids. :whistling:


That's because Disney are evil.
#24
Just been to my local Netto today and they have these for 29p for a 400g tin
#25
mummyspam1985
three for a pound. why has this been voted cold???


Because deals from supermarkets are everywhere, and we can all seem them when we walk down the aisles.
#26
beej
Because deals from supermarkets are everywhere, and we can all seem them when we walk down the aisles.


:thinking:hmm, im pretty sure people wanna know bout these kinda deals so they can make a fair idea whther they wanna go to that supermarket for that weeks shop. i always check the morrisons deals on here, and then the tesco's before heading out to the shops.

plus just cos you can see them doesnt mean its a bad deal. surely should vote hot or cold on whether they are good value for money, for that particular product. same goes for if u dont like the taste, doesnt make it a bad deal, just means wouldnt eat them yoursleves.


or have i missed the point in this website somehwhere.

admin is this the point in the website?
#27
I got my hopes up there. I thought they had started selling beans and spaghetti mixed together.
#28
mummyspam1985
:thinking:hmm, im pretty sure people wanna know bout these kinda deals so they can make a fair idea whther they wanna go to that supermarket for that weeks shop. i always check the morrisons deals on here, and then the tesco's before heading out to the shops.

plus just cos you can see them doesnt mean its a bad deal. surely should vote hot or cold on whether they are good value for money, for that particular product. same goes for if u dont like the taste, doesnt make it a bad deal, just means wouldnt eat them yoursleves.


or have i missed the point in this website somehwhere.

admin is this the point in the website?


I kinda agree with the other poster.

This board is saturated with supermarket deals - and the more prominent deals are often missed as a result.

I think there should be stickied threads for supermarket deals that are added to as required.

I know everyone has different priorities when logging in here on what they want to find, but I'd bet that the majority would rather we consolidated the supermarket deals in some way. I think it would benefit the forum - as, no offence, not that many folk want to see deals like '3 tins of beans for a pound'.
#29
mummyspam1985
:thinking:hmm, im pretty sure people wanna know bout these kinda deals so they can make a fair idea whther they wanna go to that supermarket for that weeks shop. i always check the morrisons deals on here, and then the tesco's before heading out to the shops.

plus just cos you can see them doesnt mean its a bad deal. surely should vote hot or cold on whether they are good value for money, for that particular product. same goes for if u dont like the taste, doesnt make it a bad deal, just means wouldnt eat them yoursleves.


or have i missed the point in this website somehwhere.

admin is this the point in the website?


I think Beej's existence on this site is solely to diss other people's deals - I wouldn't worry.

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