Tesco beans only 10p instore - Witton
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Tesco beans only 10p instore - Witton

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Re short "Best before date" - my experience is as long as a tin has not been pierced or rusted" most things keep well for exceptionally long times! We bought, on a great offer, baked beans in bulk (well actually about 48) FOUR years ago!!! Yes finished the last tin two weeks ago and they were fine. So many "BB" and "use by" dates are a con, simply to conform to Government regs - and the supermarkets love them because the majority of people chuck out perfectly good stuff every few weeks, then promptly replace them, don't use, repeat exercise haha
And an example of non-tinned products (stated on another thread I posted on":


A few years ago I went on a tour in "chocolate making" factory in South Wales. They told the group I was with that, "...if stored properly, chocolate will last indefinitely (assuming you don't eat it haha), and the only reason that we state a Best Before Date is because of the laws relating to food safety."
As I said, this applies to endless food types... gone the days of "common sense" when seeing and smelling was a great guide - sighs.....
Reminds me of the great baked beans price war years ago when they were around 2p a tin lol
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Probably short best before date.
student heaven
Cheers @ferg23 I've bean waiting for a deal like this sorry just had to say that. Good price to stock up the cupboards though!
Edited by: "niceroundpound" 7th Mar
I'm feeling winded just now!!!!....🤣 🤣
Looks like someone found an old pallet of beans at the back of the warehouse xD
Reminds me of the great baked beans price war years ago when they were around 2p a tin lol
This would be perfect for a remake of blazing saddles movie.
Wait till everyone gets wind of this deal
Great for the bunker.
Re short "Best before date" - my experience is as long as a tin has not been pierced or rusted" most things keep well for exceptionally long times! We bought, on a great offer, baked beans in bulk (well actually about 48) FOUR years ago!!! Yes finished the last tin two weeks ago and they were fine. So many "BB" and "use by" dates are a con, simply to conform to Government regs - and the supermarkets love them because the majority of people chuck out perfectly good stuff every few weeks, then promptly replace them, don't use, repeat exercise haha
And an example of non-tinned products (stated on another thread I posted on":


A few years ago I went on a tour in "chocolate making" factory in South Wales. They told the group I was with that, "...if stored properly, chocolate will last indefinitely (assuming you don't eat it haha), and the only reason that we state a Best Before Date is because of the laws relating to food safety."
As I said, this applies to endless food types... gone the days of "common sense" when seeing and smelling was a great guide - sighs.....
StephenAbut31 m ago

Re short "Best before date" - my experience is as long as a tin has not …Re short "Best before date" - my experience is as long as a tin has not been pierced or rusted" most things keep well for exceptionally long times! We bought, on a great offer, baked beans in bulk (well actually about 48) FOUR years ago!!! Yes finished the last tin two weeks ago and they were fine. So many "BB" and "use by" dates are a con, simply to conform to Government regs - and the supermarkets love them because the majority of people chuck out perfectly good stuff every few weeks, then promptly replace them, don't use, repeat exercise hahaAnd an example of non-tinned products (stated on another thread I posted on":A few years ago I went on a tour in "chocolate making" factory in South Wales. They told the group I was with that, "...if stored properly, chocolate will last indefinitely (assuming you don't eat it haha), and the only reason that we state a Best Before Date is because of the laws relating to food safety." As I said, this applies to endless food types... gone the days of "common sense" when seeing and smelling was a great guide - sighs.....


There’s good videos on YouTube of people eating WW2 ration packs and they’re still fine
Id pick up a couple of crates
phillyboy1 h, 55 m ago

Reminds me of the great baked beans price war years ago when they were …Reminds me of the great baked beans price war years ago when they were around 2p a tin lol


I remember that!
Get in, Cheap Farts all day long.
StephenAbut1 h, 52 m ago

Re short "Best before date" - my experience is as long as a tin has not …Re short "Best before date" - my experience is as long as a tin has not been pierced or rusted" most things keep well for exceptionally long times! We bought, on a great offer, baked beans in bulk (well actually about 48) FOUR years ago!!! Yes finished the last tin two weeks ago and they were fine. So many "BB" and "use by" dates are a con, simply to conform to Government regs - and the supermarkets love them because the majority of people chuck out perfectly good stuff every few weeks, then promptly replace them, don't use, repeat exercise hahaAnd an example of non-tinned products (stated on another thread I posted on":A few years ago I went on a tour in "chocolate making" factory in South Wales. They told the group I was with that, "...if stored properly, chocolate will last indefinitely (assuming you don't eat it haha), and the only reason that we state a Best Before Date is because of the laws relating to food safety." As I said, this applies to endless food types... gone the days of "common sense" when seeing and smelling was a great guide - sighs.....


When my local Kwik Save shut in 2006 I loaded up the car with hundreds of tins of vegetables and fruit. I'm still working my way through them. I got two boxes of Kwik Save carrier bags too. Still using them.
Apart from "regular basics", I don't do a "conventional" shop-up anymore. Nearly everything we use and eat (both freezeable and "storeable") almost always comes up on some type of bargain deal every few months or so. It helps we have nearly every supermarket within 5 to 10 minutes driving distance. It also helps we have 2 freezers and a small spare room (called "stockroom / overflow" haha). It finally helps that we know that most food (and of course household products) can be stored / frozen for far greater times (some indefinite) than we are constantly told by "use by / bbe" dates.

Bottom line is, not only can savings be made buying a product cheaper, it saves cost of petrol / car use, time not having to shop for ages, and rarely experiencing the annoyance of "running out of things" having bought a shed load of whatever at the time haha.
ebble, you are my kind of person!
Edited by: "StephenAbut" 7th Mar
I would imagine Trump would be all over this if he lived here.
These are nice beans too
I give these beens a rating of 5/10 I wouldn't pay 5p let alone 10p
These beans came out second in a recent survey on channel 4 . Inbetween Branston and Heinz.
Edited by: "philrrobinson" 7th Mar
Ah-ha, so that explains the Gaseous cloud around Witton then, I thought the departed beast from the east had left a parting gift ...urm no, it's the BEANS
Edited by: "bargainbatti" 8th Mar
Hard, tasteless, and breaks into little pieces of yuck in your mouth. I’m never touching them again.
A deal to get the pulse racing... Always good for bulking out casseroles etc.
beans_enthusiast14 h, 55 m ago

I give these beens a rating of 5/10 I wouldn't pay 5p let alone 10p I give these beens a rating of 5/10 I wouldn't pay 5p let alone 10p


Really nice beans, much nicer than Heinz for me. In fact the everyday value beans were also very nice. I prefer it when the beans are a little harder rather than soft. Saying that the only beans I rejected as too poor quality were the Lidl baked beans but that was probably 4 years ago and haven't tried them since. They had a weird flowery taste I couldn't get on with. I seem to remember many years ago when safeway supermarkets were about their beans would have all the sauce pour straight out when you opened the tin and all the beans were stuck to the bottom which you had to pry out with a spoon. They didn't seem to bother with mixing them before putting them in the tins. Love many Heinz products but their baked beans are over-rated.
Has anyone got the barcode please
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