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Heinz Tomato Ketchup, 10 ml (Pack of 200) - £15.13 / HP Brown Sauce, 10 ml (Pack of 200) - £15.07 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
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Heinz Tomato Ketchup, 10 ml (Pack of 200) - £15.13 / HP Brown Sauce, 10 ml (Pack of 200) - £15.07 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon

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Posted 20th Mar

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Some things you can do without, some things you can't.

  • Made with sun ripened tomatoes
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
  • Ideal served as a side condiment
  • Vegan and non-aminal testing certified
  • Sachets

Heinz Tomato Ketchup Sachets x 200

HP Brown Sauce Sachets x 200

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  • The Original HP Brown Sauce
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
  • Perfect for bacon sandwich, pies, gravy, sausages, meats
  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • Sachets
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Bad enough that these are used commercially, but don't encourage everyone at home to start throwing away thousands of single-use empty plastic sachets. At least the big plastic bottles have some chance of going into recycling.
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Has it really come to that? I can do without
loverly on a spoon
Ketchup 1950g = £6 at Asda, 200 small (reusable) zip lock bags on ebay £6.98, saved £2.15 sorted
Edited by: "CNC" 20th Mar
Bad enough that these are used commercially, but don't encourage everyone at home to start throwing away thousands of single-use empty plastic sachets. At least the big plastic bottles have some chance of going into recycling.
mcek20/03/2020 11:18

Bad enough that these are used commercially, but don't encourage everyone …Bad enough that these are used commercially, but don't encourage everyone at home to start throwing away thousands of single-use empty plastic sachets. At least the big plastic bottles have some chance of going into recycling.


These are OK, if you wrap them in a wet-wipe they flush easily.
I've never had a problem with them.
Erudite20/03/2020 12:19

These are OK, if you wrap them in a wet-wipe they flush easily.I've never …These are OK, if you wrap them in a wet-wipe they flush easily.I've never had a problem with them.


You're probably going to get slaughtered, never underestimate /s
mcek20/03/2020 11:18

Bad enough that these are used commercially, but don't encourage everyone …Bad enough that these are used commercially, but don't encourage everyone at home to start throwing away thousands of single-use empty plastic sachets. At least the big plastic bottles have some chance of going into recycling.


It's nice knowing that all those plastic bottles you talk about are recycled responsibly. Join the REAL world!

Plastic Mountain
Edited by: "mgb20" 20th Mar
mgb2020/03/2020 15:00

It's nice knowing that all those plastic bottles you talk about are …It's nice knowing that all those plastic bottles you talk about are recycled responsibly. Join the REAL world!Plastic Mountain



I said 'have some chance of recycling', and for myself and a lot of people I know, we are responsible.
Aren't you?
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