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Heinz Baked Beans 3x200g - 99p instore and online @ Morrisons
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06/07/2021Expires on 06/07/2021Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Heinz Baked Beans 3x200g No Added Sugar version also available until 06/07/21.
Jagron

I have tried other brands but none seem to taste as good as Heinz. As these are usually around £1.70/£1.80, I stock up when they are on offer.

angie14

Voted hot as good deal for heinz, I agree though (y)

meandog101

I don't buy Heinz beans anymore but 99p for 600g of beans doesn't seem like a good deal.

6 pack Branston Beans £1.99 farmfoods Swindon
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Posted 4th JunPosted 4th JunLocalLocal
Found in swindon farmfoods 6 pack of branston beans for £1.99 410g each tin
justanothercid

Farmfoods has truely up’d it’s game since the pandemic.. selling catering supply sized stock at cheap prices.. my local had 4 bar sized cookie galaxy for a £1.. they have loads of sweet offers and great milk prices currently 2 jugs for £1.60.. Got to the website and you get vouchers as well.. £2 off £25 spend which also works on the cans deal they offer for 4 x 24 for £26 currently so 96 cans for £24 isn’t bad.. again that’s a usual offer.

Pinky111

Ah is it? I dont usually go to farmfoods, I only went on the hunt for the cheap galaxy (which I didn't find) (lol) (lol) I usually get a 4 pack at 1.99 so thought this was an excellent price 😁😁

justanothercid

That’s the normal farmfoods price.. never saw them more expensive

Heinz Baked Beanz Tomato in a rich tomato Sauce, 415g (Pack of 6) £3 / Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup, 6 x 400 g £3 (+£4.49 non prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
Baked Beanz in a deliciously rich tomato sauce Naturally high in fibre and protein Naturally low in fat and low sugar No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives Heinz C… Read more
MSHawk

Thanks OP. Ordered. :) (y)

Jaybeam

Was £2.95 before when it drops - as it always does every other week.

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Hunger Breaks Baked Beans 420g Tins are 29p @ Farmfoods
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Posted 29th AprPosted 29th AprLocalLocal
Hunger Breaks Baked Beans 420g are 59p @ Farmfoods! 🌞 (y)
mmachine

have no idea i was just saying the last time i got some cheap beans from farmfoods they were way to salty for me,if you are happy to pay 29p for a tin compared to 4 tins for £ at sainsburys or anywhere else you are free to do that

goingfortheone

Who do you think makes Sainsbury's baked beans?

goingfortheone

These are actually made by Princes food group who own brands such as Batchelors and Crosse & Blackwell, so the beans are actually quite good quality despite the low price.

seanjames

Aldi sell them when their own brand is better?

seanjames

Tried these not good IMO

Branston Baked Beans 4 x 410g £1 with code (+ Delivery Charge / Min Spend Applies) @ Iceland
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Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
Update 1
29/04 - Offer extended until 30th April 23:59
Offer for 4 x 410g Branston Baked Beans in a Rich and Tasty Tomato Sauce for £1 a pack (25p a can) by applying code ICEHUKDBBEANS at checkout. We have worked with Iceland to bri… Read more
monkeyb0y

Because buddy with one I'm drinking what's in the container and not the container itself. That's personal choice. Thanks for highlighting tho that I said the same the regarding the beans.. It proves there's some truth in my experience.. I don't have a vendetta with Branston as I use other products. I'm purely speaking from experience with this one

COMARANTZ

I have been shopping with Iceland for 30 years, originally instore, then phone ordering and online since that option started. The free delivery was an incentive when compared to the other supermarkets delivery charges. With ASDA and Sainsburys offering £1 delivery slots, and the possibility of fulfilling a complete order as opposed to a limited range at higher prices from Iceland it is difficult to see they are competitive, (there is a no option fixed charge for carrier bags). Iceland tend to increase prices then use the higher price for a future discount promo. One of their best buys was Strawberry Cheesecake at a good price of just £1. I have just checked my online order where the product box is printed with the normal £1 price, but shopping list price increased to £1.25, obviously a 25% price increase ! At Morrisons the equal product Strawberry Cheesecake is still only 99p. So overall I am finding less interest in shopping at Iceland.

rabb5it

Shame it's max 4 units, I would have spent the £25 on beans if I could.

W.e.S

You said almost the same thing last year on a Branston beans deal yet don't say anything else on other products that have BPA in the container. Have Branston personally upset you or something. Also if you're that bothered about what you're consuming you wouldn't be drinking Monster Energy drinks, but there we go.

unlockk

I had to switch back to Heinz after a batch of Branston tins smelled of something like urine inside. I don't know if anyone else noticed anything strange about them lately.