Hellmans ketchup with honey - 29p @ Home Bargains instore
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Hellmans ketchup with honey - 29p @ Home Bargains instore

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LocalFound 31st Mar
May be local, Waltham abbey store. Really good price
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    It's that tomato paste ketchup again
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    Thanks @rostislavmalickis I'll keep an eye out for these in my local HB
    RainbowKiss55 m ago

    It's that tomato paste ketchup again

    I call it tomato puree 'ketchup'
    This is 10p at heron food xD
    Wouldn’t pay 2.9p for it, does even have any tomatoes in it.
    Not nice taste
    Ooof man. I thought I'd LOVE this but it tastes disgusting. Pretty sure why it's getting cleared!
    Disgusting, worst ketchup I have ever tried.
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    Is there a sauce that no one had invented yet? Obviously not.
    Gollywood2 h, 25 m ago

    I call it tomato puree 'ketchup'


    Hey Gollywood. .. remember me??
    Well I’ve never tried it and never would.however I vote hot for bargain prices and great finds and this is so hot from me.
    RainbowKiss24 m ago

    Hey Gollywood. .. remember me??

    Absolutely not
    chimp14uk1 h, 31 m ago

    That is 10p too much.


    Thats why i didnt buy it xD
    This is horrible ketchup. Got it from Sainsbury's at full price last month and hate having to use it. Their regular ketchup is alright but this is just plain bad.
    Bleugh and the regular is bleugh too, prefer the own brand crap or the Lidl stuff.
    BBE is 06/2018, hence such a great reduction in price.

    It is 469g / 430ml.


    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

    Dietary Information: Suitable for Vegetarians
    Best tomato sauce that's ever been.
    None in my local HB but picked up a couple of bottles in poundstretcher although they were 50p each
    thankyou for sharing will have a look in my local
    Surprised at the hate for this on the other post. Tastes fine to me. A little sharper than some other ketchup but that's to be expected as it's not pumped full of sugar. Worth 29p of anyone's money.
    Edited by: "paulday564" 4th Apr
    paulday56432 m ago

    Surprised at the hate for this on the other post. Tastes fine to me. A …Surprised at the hate for this on the other post. Tastes fine to me. A little sharper than some other ketchup but that's to be expected as it's not pumped full of sugar. Worth 29p of anyone's money.


    Honey is made from mostly simple sugars (fructose and glucose) - your body reacts to it the same it would to regular sugar. Any health benefits from enzymes, etc will not apply as the product's been heated. In this case, honey constitutes 12.5% of the product. To me, that qualifies as pumped full of sugar, especially since we're talking about a savoury product.
    boomfloom15 m ago

    Honey is made from mostly simple sugars (fructose and glucose) - your body …Honey is made from mostly simple sugars (fructose and glucose) - your body reacts to it the same it would to regular sugar. Any health benefits from enzymes, etc will not apply as the product's been heated. In this case, honey constitutes 12.5% of the product. To me, that qualifies as pumped full of sugar, especially since we're talking about a savoury product.


    Oh you know what I mean, clever clogs!
    boomfloom24 m ago

    Honey is made from mostly simple sugars (fructose and glucose) - your body …Honey is made from mostly simple sugars (fructose and glucose) - your body reacts to it the same it would to regular sugar. Any health benefits from enzymes, etc will not apply as the product's been heated. In this case, honey constitutes 12.5% of the product. To me, that qualifies as pumped full of sugar, especially since we're talking about a savoury product.


    Yes that’s right but I’d still take natural honey over processed and refined sugar all day long.
    boomfloom33 m ago

    Honey is made from mostly simple sugars (fructose and glucose) - your body …Honey is made from mostly simple sugars (fructose and glucose) - your body reacts to it the same it would to regular sugar. Any health benefits from enzymes, etc will not apply as the product's been heated. In this case, honey constitutes 12.5% of the product. To me, that qualifies as pumped full of sugar, especially since we're talking about a savoury product.



    I (partially) agree with you. It is true that once heated to around 60°C honey looses its health qualities. However, the recipe for this ketchup is not known and it is possible that the honey is added during the end of the production process and therefore not subjected to higher temperature. Sugar in other ketchup types is just simple sugar, whilst sugars from honey in this ketchup should have some health benefits. It would be rather misleading for the manufacturer (unilever) to use heated honey in this ketchup. But if you would manage to check, I would be grateful if you could share their answer. Tel.number on the bottle is 0800435562

    Also, normal Heinz ketchup has 22.8g of sugar per 100g, compared to 15g sugar from honey in this ketchup. So over 50% more... heinz ketchup is made from 148g tomatos per 100g of ketchup - this one - 201g per 100g of ketchup.
    I would choose this ketchup anytime over heinz. even if the honey was heated and is now just simple sugar.even over their reduced salt and sugar version which I used to buy. this one tastes nicer, has similar amount of salt and sugar but much more tomatoes (ie.much more antioxidant called lycopene)
    Great find OP!! Love Home Bargains!!
    dundalk1 h, 3 m ago

    I (partially) agree with you. It is true that once heated to around 60°C …I (partially) agree with you. It is true that once heated to around 60°C honey looses its health qualities. However, the recipe for this ketchup is not known and it is possible that the honey is added during the end of the production process and therefore not subjected to higher temperature. Sugar in other ketchup types is just simple sugar, whilst sugars from honey in this ketchup should have some health benefits. It would be rather misleading for the manufacturer (unilever) to use heated honey in this ketchup. But if you would manage to check, I would be grateful if you could share their answer. Tel.number on the bottle is 0800435562 Also, normal Heinz ketchup has 22.8g of sugar per 100g, compared to 15g sugar from honey in this ketchup. So over 50% more... heinz ketchup is made from 148g tomatos per 100g of ketchup - this one - 201g per 100g of ketchup. I would choose this ketchup anytime over heinz. even if the honey was heated and is now just simple sugar.even over their reduced salt and sugar version which I used to buy. this one tastes nicer, has similar amount of salt and sugar but much more tomatoes (ie.much more antioxidant called lycopene)

    Hey, I have a dissertation due in a month. Is there any chance you'd like to do that for me?
    Saw this in Hull Holderness Road store today.
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