Heinz Tomato Ketchup blended with Indian Spices 342g glass bottle was £1.60 now 40p - Sainsburys (Instore)
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Heinz Tomato Ketchup blended with Indian Spices 342g glass bottle was £1.60 now 40p - Sainsburys (Instore)

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Found 26th Oct 2012
Just been to Sainsburys in Lewes Road, Brighton and grabbed some Baxters soups using the vouchers and some wine to take advantage of the 25% off 6 bottles. Having a wander to check out what bargains I could find and spotted 342g bottles of Heinz Tomato Ketchup blended with Indian Spices with a red EOS label "Sale was £1.60 now 40p" Had to buy one and its quite delish!

Not sure if its store specific but I have checked and I couldn't see it online.

(My first deal post so apologies if I've missed anything, I have checked and I couldn't find this posted already)
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It will be store specific, dependent on stock levels. "Sale" shelf markers like that are for products being delisted - so once the stock is gone, they won't get any more.
Got 3 bottles yesterday from fosse park Leicester 40 p each. They had about 20 left on the shelf.
Thanks junk4 I'll remember that for future posts
Many in stock in Oxford.. cheers.. thanks
Got some in Morecambe earlier today.
As with pretty much all of these ketchups with a hint of this or a dash of that they aren't good sellers
If you mix something edible (ketchup) with something disgusting (dirty indian spices) you dont make the edible thing better. Simple
They're not dirty Indian spices, they're just Indian spices. Says so on the bottle. Mascherano don't read bestest.
What a daft statement. Some people will like it some people won't but there's nothing wrong with the product of the ingredients. The reality is most people are just happy with a bottle of plain ketchup in the fridge that everyone is happy to have. Simple
Plain bottle and curry powder
Yep! They have this in Sainsburys Canley been on the shelf for about 4 days for 40p and hasn't sold well either.
Seeee this sauce?

INDIAN!!
aberfal

As with pretty much all of these ketchups with a hint of this or a dash … As with pretty much all of these ketchups with a hint of this or a dash of that they aren't good sellers



Maybe not, but they make enough of them that I haven't bought regular ketchup for ages. I enjoy mixing things up a bit. Plus the fact they aren't good sellers normally means they're cheaper, so a win-win as far as I'm concerned.
Mascherano

If you mix something edible (ketchup) with something disgusting (dirty … If you mix something edible (ketchup) with something disgusting (dirty indian spices) you dont make the edible thing better. Simple



Err...the vast majority of people enjoy a touch chilli or certain spices in their condiments, they're not always boring and unadventurous like yourself. Like somebody else mentioned earlier, everyone has their own preferences, therefore what you feel is edible or not does not really matter because your preferences are quite irrelevant to say the least. : S
I mix tobasco in my ketchup and prefer no brand ketchup over extremely sweet heinz.

Hot if it can find this in my sainsbury.
Mascherano

If you mix something edible (ketchup) with something disgusting (dirty … If you mix something edible (ketchup) with something disgusting (dirty indian spices) you dont make the edible thing better. Simple



Aww, did the BNP tell you to only use regular ketchup, otherwise the "dirty Indian spiced" ketchup would take its job and harm the indigenous?
Bam1

Aww, did the BNP tell you to only use regular ketchup, otherwise the … Aww, did the BNP tell you to only use regular ketchup, otherwise the "dirty Indian spiced" ketchup would take its job and harm the indigenous?



Made me lol
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