BRANSTON TOMATO KETCHUP £1 @ ASDA
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BRANSTON TOMATO KETCHUP £1 @ ASDA

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Found 11th Oct 2015
Rollback @ Asda instore and online this is the best ketchup not like water like most...
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Cold. Not Heinz.
Edited by: "M_z" 11th Oct 2015
M_z

Cold. Not Heinz.


Heinz is imported not made in the uk and is like water
Much prefer this to heinz. I find heinz watery too. Branston sauce has been hard to find in most supermarkets local to me so usually buy own brand but will stock up on some of good stuff. Thanks.
Yep I agree heinz and the rest have water at the top but u never get that with branston.. so when it's on offer like u I fill my boots lol...
I like Branston but the Lidl's ketchup is the best IMO
M&S Smokehouse Tomato sauce is so damn good... but not cheap... 250ml for £1.50 and usually in the 3 for 2 offer.
Branston is very nice as well though. Heat added.
Edited by: "mamboboy" 11th Oct 2015
scottiebottie

Heinz is imported not made in the uk and is like water



but but....it don't run run run, it don't run run.

It's been at this price for a few weeks hasn't it? I bought some a few weeks ago for this price and again a few more on Tuesday.
scottiebottie

Heinz is imported not made in the uk and is like water



But tomatoes actually are mostly water, and its not a massive deal to give it a shake, is it?

I have looked up the ingredients, out of curiousity:

Heinz:
Tomatoes (148g per 100g Tomato Ketchup), Spirit Vinegar, Sugar, Salt, Spice and Herb Extracts (contain Celery), Spice

Branston:
Tomato Puree, Sugar, Spirit Vinegar, Modified Maize Starch, Salt, Flavourings, Prepared with 151g of Tomatoes per 100g

So Branston wins marginally on percentage of tomatoes. But, Heinz ingredients look a bit more natural - no 'flavourings' or 'Modified Maize Starch'. I'll wager that the added modified maize starch is what means Branston doesn't get a little water on the top that needs a quick shake to mix in - I suppose you pay your money and make your choice about which matters most to you.

7777777

I like Branston but the Lidl's ketchup is the best IMO


We always used branston until we were at a friends a few month back and they had lidls, tastes the same if not better, even did the lidl taste test on the daughter and lidls won(_;)
M_z

But tomatoes actually are mostly water, and its not a massive deal to … But tomatoes actually are mostly water, and its not a massive deal to give it a shake, is it?I have looked up the ingredients, out of curiousity:Heinz:Tomatoes (148g per 100g Tomato Ketchup), Spirit Vinegar, Sugar, Salt, Spice and Herb Extracts (contain Celery), SpiceBranston:Tomato Puree, Sugar, Spirit Vinegar, Modified Maize Starch, Salt, Flavourings, Prepared with 151g of Tomatoes per 100gSo Branston wins marginally on percentage of tomatoes. But, Heinz ingredients look a bit more natural - no 'flavourings' or 'Modified Maize Starch'. I'll wager that the added modified maize starch is what means Branston doesn't get a little water on the top that needs a quick shake to mix in - I suppose you pay your money and make your choice about which matters most to you.



How do you get in 151g of Tomatoes into 100g?
Harryisme

How do you get in 151g of Tomatoes into 100g?


I imagine they must reduce them, so they are more concentrated?
Lidl get's my vote.been buying it the last few months and love it
COLD. its just 55pence for lidls own brand which is probably the best tasting ketchup there is beating even the heinz..
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7777777

I like Branston but the Lidl's ketchup is the best IMO



100% agree, lidl ketchup really is the best!
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Can't beat lidl's ketchup, and fantastic value for 55p
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