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Posted 22 June 2023

Hellmann's Tomato Ketchup 430Ml - £1 Clubcard Price @ Tesco

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  • Bring your food to life with a squeeze of Hellmann's Tomato Ketchup 430 ml. Over 100 years ago, Richard Hellmann created the perfect mayonnaise in a deli in New York. When he wrote REAL on a jar all those years ago, it was the beginning of something big. Today, it’s a word that’s essential to everything we do. He also proudly marked each jar by tying a blue ribbon around it, a tradition which endures on our label to highlight our ongoing commitment to great quality products. We believe in real food, made with real, simple ingredients. That's why we only use sustainably grown tomatoes to make Hellmann's Tomato Ketchup 430 ml.
  • Featuring a gluten-free recipe and packaged in a handy squeezy bottle, this tomato ketchup is the perfect sauce to pass around at a dinner party, BBQ, or any other occasion. It's a classic – squeeze it on a beef burger, spread it on a bacon butty, or dip your chips into it and experience the delicious tomato-y goodness of Hellmann's Ketchup.
  • The real secret to this sauce is that it brings together even the simplest ingredients you have at home to create flavourful dishes. Why not squeeze onto a chicken burger, add a saucy twist to a jacket potato, or whip up a plate of mozzarella dippers to team with it?
  • Make taste, not waste. Globally, 1/3 of all food produced is wasted. Hellmann's helps you to be more resourceful with food. Also, our squeeze bottles are recyclable – please, do your part and recycle both the bottle and the cap.

  • Try Hellmann's Tomato Ketchup 430 ml for a deliciously saucy addition to your meals
  • This tomato ketchup is made with a gluten-free recipe, so everyone can enjoy its delicious taste
  • Made with sun-ripened, sustainably grown tomatoes for a delicious-tasting tomato sauce with sustainability in mind
  • At Hellmann's, we are committed to using sustainably sourced oils in our tomato ketchup and other condiments
  • Squeeze onto a chicken or beef burger, spread on a bacon butty, or dip your chips in it and enjoy the delicious taste of Hellmann's
  • Make taste, not waste – Hellmann's deliciously saucy Tomato Ketchup helps people enjoy food for the simple pleasure it is, without worry or waste.

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Tomato puree (made with 144g of tomatoes¹ per 100g ketchup), spirit vinegar, sugar, tomato fibres¹ (10%), salt, yeast extract, lemon juice concentrate, spices. ¹Made from sustainably sourced tomatoes. Suitable for Vegan

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  1. UriStamonov's avatar
    I find this very confusing.

    In my world, Hellmann's do mayonnaise, Heinz do ketchup and Daddie's do brown sauce.

    Madness like this threatens the very fabric of spacetime! (edited)
    Lynx's avatar
  2. TekWoodyatt1's avatar
    on the topic of ketchup, does anyone know what brand the typical takeaway uses? it’s so good and i don’t know what it is :/
    paniczhrabi's avatar
    Cheapest can find
  3. HellriderUKDeals69's avatar
    They used to make one which had green tomatoes in it and it was excellent. Not sure why it was discontinued.
    CynicalNurse's avatar
    Probably because the tomatoes weren't ripe.
  4. Attic45's avatar
    An alternative take on this is you are buying a decent squirting bottle for £1 and getting the sauce for free.

    Therefore you can then use this bottle for the contents of the quite atrocious Aldi/Lidl/Tesco/Spar bottles which make your dining experience end up like a horror movie scene by spraying you and your guests when in use.
  5. Phila39's avatar
    Rather buy Heinz than this cheap copy. If I was poor I would suggest buying Heinz and using less at a time
    CynicalNurse's avatar
    Suspect you don't understand what poverty is if you think you can counteract it by using less ketchup, but thanks for letting us know you're so rich you can rustle up £4 to buy a bottle and ketchup and use AS MUCH AS YOU WANT because you're so rich. You could even use the entire bottle on one chip! MUAHAHAHAHAHA!
  6. tomwatts's avatar
    90% of the Heinz flavour for less than 50% of the price. Thanks OP, will get some next time I'm in Tesco (and this is coming from a rubies in the rubble snob!) (edited)
  7. Besford's avatar
    HellriderUKDeals69's avatar
    We heard you first time.
  8. MrPinchPenny's avatar
    Very nice ketchup,  I always get this when on offer, otherwise I buy Asda ketchup, both nice.
    toad73's avatar
    yeah love the asda ketchup
  9. Justintime12's avatar
    Try tesco own brand. I prefer it to heinz and only £1. 35 for 890g and sometimes £1
  10. DeanoNI's avatar
    Probably the worst ketchup, a real vinegar taste. Pretty much the only one I wouldn’t have near my food. A great alternative to heinz is Tesco own brand ketchup, been using it for years now. (edited)
  11. muniphobia's avatar
    Have a bottle of this to try when my local Asda was selling it for 50p but working our way through some Heinz I got cheap from Heron first as it was short dated

    We have tried the Tesco's own tomato sauce which is good with the annoyance that if you squirt the bottle too quickly the sauce completely misses the plate...
    HellriderUKDeals69's avatar
    This is indeed true lol
  12. Lee3211's avatar
    Better than Heinz, seems to be only available now & again & not recently. Noticed last week it was in Tesco for £1.85. Presume that was to show the "clubcard reduction" this week ! When it is available it is usually £1 in fact a few months ago Iceland had it 4 for 3 (£3).
  13. Besford's avatar
    Heinz ketchup is one of the very few branded products I haven't been able to replace with something similar or better. Haven't tried this one yet but the ludicrous price of Heinz will push me over the edge soon. Over £4 for a big bottle even in Aldi!
    DeanoNI's avatar
    Try Tesco own brand. Great value and a good substitute for Heinz. Hellmans is a completely different (worse) taste imo.
  14. Besford's avatar
    "...this tomato ketchup is the perfect sauce to pass around at a dinner party"

  15. ses6jwg's avatar
    I prefer this to Heinz. Not as sweet.
  16. Kal007's avatar
    Never tried this but will give it a go. My goto is the Waitrose Essentials, haven't used Heinz for many years
    FreebieJeebie's avatar
    Yup, Waitrose is the one for me for ketchup at the moment.
  17. hedgyhog's avatar
    Got a bottle to try. Thanks OP.
  18. darkstryder360's avatar
    I might try this!

    Since trying Stokes Ketchup though, I haven't bought Heinz for 2 or so years.
  19. TomatoBoy's avatar
    We’ve been buying this fairly regularly since trying it on offer a while back and it is really good value when on sale. It is very different to Heinz but I still like both. I find it to be more tomatoey as the vinegar is less prevalent to my palate. I usually pick it over Heinz now. As everyone has mentioned, Heinz does seem very expensive recently. Madly so.

    I concur with darkstryder360 about Stokes. It’s lovely. Mutti is the other one I grab when on offer. I think that is my favourite. With Heinz becoming so expensive, Mutti on offer begins to look more attractive as an occasional treat.
  20. andrewworrall1's avatar
    Heat added OP love my saucy chips
  21. rabs1178's avatar
    This is my favourite ketchup
  22. derek_taylor's avatar
    I’m not an authority on the subject of tomato ketchup but having sampled a few different types on my big days out at various local hostelries I have a stand out favourite and that is Stokes tomato ketchup I have never managed to find it at my maximum budget of a quid.
  23. sequeezer's avatar
    Anyone any good recommendations for lower sugar ketchup alternatives to Heinz? All cheap ones I tried came in horrible bottles that either held on to the ketchup with all they had or tried to empty itself within 3 squeezes…
    jd84's avatar
    Aldi do their own clone
  24. DJ.Mole's avatar
    Poor bottle design unless you like dipping your items on the floor
  25. gethefunk's avatar
    Poretti is down from 15 quid to 10 quid as well 👀
  26. crazylegs's avatar
    Scamcard price, the price of selling your information

    This ketchup is great though, but I normally only pay a pound for it on offer anyway!
  27. milo1423's avatar
    At £1 they're better than Heinz
  28. barnehurst's avatar
    Will try
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