1.25kg Heinz Tomato ketchup  £1.69 At Farmfoods
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1.25kg Heinz Tomato ketchup £1.69 At Farmfoods

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Found 15th Nov 2016Made hot 15th Nov 2016
At Farmfoods Glasgow Easterhouse.

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Was £1.49 last week when i looked,but still better than most everywhere else.

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Edited by: "belsibub" 15th Nov 2016

is it any gud? i have never tried it...

whats gud ??

I don't know why but it seems more watery then the usual one I buy.

its a possible import not UK made like I noticed the other day when shopping in farmfoods, it also contains a lot more rubbish suitable and used for other markets, if you compare bottles with UK made ones its a total different color! and pumped with more rubbish to bulk it up such as corn syrup etc. not ideal if your keeping your eye on ingredients in case of allergies etc as no label detailing its a cheap import!.

bigton3000

its a possible import not UK made like I noticed the other day when … its a possible import not UK made like I noticed the other day when shopping in farmfoods, it also contains a lot more rubbish suitable and used for other markets, if you compare bottles with UK made ones its a total different color! and pumped with more rubbish to bulk it up such as corn syrup etc. not ideal if your keeping your eye on ingredients in case of allergies etc as no label detailing its a cheap import!.



The high fructose corn syrup/corn syrup is used as a sugar substitute. The USA use it in loads of products but it's not used in EU food poduction. I'd avoid it if possible.

knack

The high fructose corn syrup/corn syrup is used as a sugar substitute. … The high fructose corn syrup/corn syrup is used as a sugar substitute. The USA use it in loads of products but it's not used in EU food poduction. I'd avoid it if possible.


what about fizzy drinks are they not made with same corn syrup?

GUD Holdings Limited comprises a number of dynamic consumer and industrial products companies based in Australia and New Zealand. Through these businesses, GUD is the owner of one of the Asia-Pacific region's premier brand portfolios. Most of GUD's brands are market leaders in their individual product categories and industries.

In addition to brand management, GUD's principal skills are in the disciplines of product design and development, offshore sourcing and supply chain management. The Group greatly values new product development and innovation, believing that these capabilities are fundamental to generating long-term, above average financial returns.

The Company's primary objectives are to produce long-term shareholder returns above the cost of capital and to maximise the value of its brand portfolio for the benefit of shareholders.

GUD has been listed on the Australian Stock Exchange for over 50 years and is included in the S&P ASX 200 index.

knack

The high fructose corn syrup/corn syrup is used as a sugar substitute. … The high fructose corn syrup/corn syrup is used as a sugar substitute. The USA use it in loads of products but it's not used in EU food poduction. I'd avoid it if possible.


Replacing sugar with sugar isn't exactly a sugar substitute. Sugar is sugar is sugar whether table sugar, corn syrup, honey or fruit, there is no real difference.

Peaches, plums, berries, melons are all at their juicy peak! Despite the smorgasbord of flavors and colors offered by summer’s fruits, many people pass them by in fear of their sugar/carbohydrate content. What many people do not know is that there is a huge difference between naturally occurring sugar found in fruits, dairy, and other foods and added sugars.


The primary sugar in fruit is fructose, which some refer to as fruit sugar. Fruits contain water, fiber and other beneficial nutrients, making them an optimal choice to include in a balanced and healthy eating regimen. Purified forms of sugar — including table sugar, honey, and high fructose corn syrup — consumed as added sugar to soda, candy, and sweetened baked goods should be consumed in moderation. Too much added sugar can contribute to weak bones, obesity, fatigue, lack of concentration and tooth decay.


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I got 2 today from Sunbury TW16
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