Hellmann's tomato ketchup 818g £1 @ Poundland
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Hellmann's tomato ketchup 818g £1 @ Poundland

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Found 15th Apr
Found this in Gillingham retail park
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Something for a pound in Poundland

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Vile muck that doesn't even vaguely taste like tomato ketchup, check out comments when previously posted on here.
Howuch is tomato and how much is thickening?
b1g1an59 m ago

Vile muck that doesn't even vaguely taste like tomato ketchup, check out …Vile muck that doesn't even vaguely taste like tomato ketchup, check out comments when previously posted on here.



Absolutely agree. It may be only a pound, but it was still a pound that ended up in the bin. Inedible.
Vile stuff!
Finder691 h, 58 m ago

Farm foods are selling this for 39p and Home bargains got it for 49/69p I …Farm foods are selling this for 39p and Home bargains got it for 49/69p I think.. worth going them to shops before heading to Poundland for it.


29p in home bargains yesterday.
Tomato puree paste....Yummmmm...
I bought some to try at home, no-one will use it after tasting it once.
Edited by: "Gordinho" 15th Apr
Seriously no one is gonna make better ketchup than Heinz, I wouldn’t even bother trying it.
DavidL4 h, 57 m ago

Howuch is tomato and how much is thickening?


No thickners

Ingredients
Tomato Purée (made with 201g of Tomatoes per 100g of ketchup)†, Water, White Wine Vinegar, Honey (12.5%), Salt, Onion, Spices, †Made with sustainably grown Tomatoes

There's apparently 36% more tomatoes than Heinz ketchup. The issue for me (and most people) is they used the strongest tasting honey. It's horrible. Why not use a mild honey? I guess they wanted to prove it had honey by going for the most pungent one. Yuck
ravi4714 m ago

Seriously no one is gonna make better ketchup than Heinz, I wouldn’t even b …Seriously no one is gonna make better ketchup than Heinz, I wouldn’t even bother trying it.


The Aldi version is a more vinager-y version & taste very good. Also the normal Hellman's ketchup (not this "sweetened by honey" concoction) is the much more tomatoes version if you don't like the sharp kick of Heinz. They're all very good
It's lovely as good as any other!!!
Its 39p in farmfoods
Seen this cheaper in home bargains and its the worst tomato ketchup ive tasted.
Saro18 h, 15 m ago

The Aldi version is a more vinager-y version & taste very good. Also the …The Aldi version is a more vinager-y version & taste very good. Also the normal Hellman's ketchup (not this "sweetened by honey" concoction) is the much more tomatoes version if you don't like the sharp kick of Heinz. They're all very good


Interesting might give the Aldi one a try one day. I do love Heinz ketchup though.
ravi474 h, 20 m ago

Interesting might give the Aldi one a try one day. I do love Heinz ketchup …Interesting might give the Aldi one a try one day. I do love Heinz ketchup though.


+1 for the Aldi one. Very nice. I'm not someone who only likes one brand of anything though so that might make a difference. I'll try all the beanz and all the sauces
Edited by: "misterleoni" 16th Apr
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