Branston Bloomin Big Baked Beans Reviews
Product Type: Branston Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... and goes wicked with the beans. It coats the beans good and tastes proper nice, I love the Branston bean sauce and think ... more
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I brought a few tins of these Branston Baked Beans when Home Bargains was selling them for 19p for a 420g tin, I thought it was such a mega bargain that I didn't even realise they were the Bloomin' Big ones until I got them home. I've eaten them a few times now and they're quite nice, the beans are deffo bigger than in other tins and you can tell that just by looking at them without comparing them. Branston say they're double the size and I don't know about that but I know they ARE loads bigger than their standard ones and Heinz. This makes eating them a bit of a problem because it changes the way you eat the beans. I'm not one for chewing my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I purchased 1 420g can of Branston Bloomin Big Baked Beans from my local Sainsburys recently for 64p and I have purchased a dented can in the past for just 38p which is what introduced me to this can of beans. This can does not have a ring pull so I use a standard tin opener to get this open, this gives a sharp edge to the lid which isn't very good when I want to wash this product so I can recycle it. The design of the can is very straight forward and simple, an aluminium can with a silver label and the branston logo, nutritional information, ingredients etc, the standard stuff you would expect really. I pour the beans out in to a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
As everyone knows Heinz are the Daddy of baked beans and you really can't taste a better bean. So on a mission to try and find one that was almost as good I searched the shelves of my local Tesco's. I knew that the stripey version were definitely not even in the running as I did try them once, but never again as they hardly had any beans in them. I had also tried HP beans and they weren't much better, but I have now spotted two different types of Branston baked beans. There was the Branston Brothers sitting there in the shiney silver coats looking all smug ( they remindered me of Phil and Grant Mitchell I won't say which one remindered me of Phil!!). Now what ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/08 (Very useful, 278 readings)
BRANSTON BLOOMIN' BIG BAKED BEANS COST: (in Sainsbury's @ 11.10.08): 52p for a 420g tin, and currently the 220g tins are on special introductory offer of 31p each NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (per 100g): Calories: 87 Kj: 370 Protein: 4.8g Carbohydrate: 16.1g - of which sugars: 5.9g Fat: 0.4g - of which saturates: 0.1g Fibre: 5.5g Sodium: 0.3g Salt equivalent: 0.8g INGREDIENTS: Beans (50%), tomatoes (40%), sugar, modified maize starch, salt, paprika, ground white pepper, flavouring, spices OTHER INFORMATION/CLAIMS: Suitable for ... Read the complete review
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