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Posted 24 May 2023

Pudliszki Hot / Mild Tomato Ketchup 480G - £1 (Clubcard Price) @ Tesco

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Decent offer on this ketchup, available in both hot and mild varieties, reduced down to £1 at Tesco from today.

Offer will be available Instore & Online.


Pudliszki Ketchup is the nation's most frequently bought brand. Pudliszki is one of the most respected food brands by Poles with almost 100 years of tradition. Our range includes ketchup, concentrates, tomato products, sauces, ready meals, canned vegetables and pasta. We prepare all products with passion and extreme care. We work exclusively with proven growers and care about the highest quality of carefully selected ingredients at every stage of cultivation.

Tomato Puree 62, 5%, Sugar, Spirit Vinegar, Salt, Modified Maize Starch, Natural Flavourings (contain Celery), Cayenne Pepper 0, 01%, Spice, Herbs

Allergy Information
Contains: Celery

Number of uses
Packaging contains 32 suggested portions of product

Net Contents
480g ℮

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Edited by a community support team member, 30 May 2023
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  1. edix94's avatar
    My go to ketchup when I do my shopping in a superstore. UK superstores don't really have much variety of choice if it comes to ketchup. 90% of shelves filled with Heinz leaving 10% to some discounted brands overfilled with sugar or overpriced 'craft' ketchups.
    Bear in mind I might be biased as I'm Polish and we are spoiled nowadays with ketchups. Best to go to a local Polish store and look for Develey, Roleski Premium, Pudliszki Premium (higher tomato content), Kotlin or Wloclawek.
    borsuk's avatar
    Develey or Winiary (Winiary mayo makers) are my first choices. Quite like the Roleski's ketchup range too.
    I remember that Develey was an official McDonalds condiments supplier in Poland years back. Not sure who is now tbh.
    As you've mentioned, it's worth to visit Polish shop if there is local one around you, you will be spoiled by choices.
  2. N1Andy's avatar
    Just thought I'd mention that this is lovely stuff - second only to Heinz in my opinion (but far cheaper)!
    nw104hh's avatar
    For me it's even better than heinz!
  3. Bill_Carr_PH's avatar
    Better than Heinz imho - not so sweet and with more flavour. My kids love it.
    Qasim7's avatar
    Ketchup should be a bit sweeter
  4. andrewworrall1's avatar
    How is the mild ketchup? I don't think I've ever tried this one before. Not a fan of hot sauces so mild will be the one for me
    Little_Casper's avatar
    The mild one is basically just normal ketchup, the hot one is mild tbf.
  5. navneet1311's avatar
    Best ketchup by a long shot 👌

    This stuff is standard in EU only here in UK we get the cheap nasty stuff (edited)
    Qasim7's avatar
    I am not sure exactly what you are saying. You said its the best ketchup but then stated this stuff is standard in EU but here in the UK we get the cheap nasty stuff. Is this ketchup good or its the cheap nasty stuff lol
  6. sparky_'s avatar
    This is the best ketchup In my opinion.. thanks OP

    Second favourite heinz
    Third hellmans ketchup 😋
    Little_Casper's avatar
    Have you tried this stuff yet? Heinz is good but after a trip to Poland a few years back it just doesn't hit as hard after getting this stuff.
  7. bogey's avatar
    Couldn't agree more nice and natural
  8. sal2103's avatar
    Never tried it but do like Aldi's Bramwell Ketchup myself. (edited)
    sparky_'s avatar
    Lovely on bacon n mushroom sarnie
  9. Pandabear24's avatar
    It's definitely nice but there is a reason - it has 30g of sugar and nearly 3.5g of salt per 100g which is +50% more sugar and +300% more salt that Tesco's own brand. I was about to buy this again the other day and this stopped me (my kids have it so I'd rather than not have the huge salt/sugar intake). (edited)
  10. Andrew_Ryan's avatar
    best ketchup
  11. mark9915's avatar
    This has been our standard ketchup for about 4 years now and is plenty good enough to replace the expensive one that starts with a H.

    Cracking price (edited)
  12. zibi-k's avatar
  13. paddy.stone's avatar
    Good stuff, use it all the time, especially as a base for making barbeque sauce and marinade.
    sparky_'s avatar
    50240805-6ZSuA.jpgI crush these up in it for extra heat
  14. Qasim7's avatar
    How much of a difference is the mild one compared to the hot one?
    Mr.Coookie's avatar
    Mild is just that - not spicy at all, but still full of flavour.
    The hot one, for me personally, could be slightly hotter, but if you don't eat a lot of spicy food, this will be right up your alley.
  15. Kashim's avatar
    Runs a bit sweet in my eyes but did the trick when my local Tesco ran out of all but Heinz at £4 a bottle.
  16. andrewworrall1's avatar
    I couldn't find this in Tesco today, but checked the app and it wasn't with the main table sauces. It was in one of the international food aisles. I suppose that makes sense given the foreign wording on the bottle. They did only have the hot one so I didn't bother (there was a label for the mild one but out of stock)
  17. sarah.kingXgt's avatar
    I genuinely cannot taste the difference
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