Heinz Baked Beans Reviews
Product Type: Heinz Spices & Seasoning
Description:Brand: Heinz. Heinz Baked beans in tomato sauce. / Type: Beans
Newest Review: ... rich, but not over powering, there seems to be enough sauce for the beans, without being over powering. =Baked Beans= Baked ... more
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Last Update 08.03.2014 23:54
by - written on 01/11/07, updated on 03/11/07 (Very useful, 1976 readings)
There can be few people who haven’t heard of the Heinz brand. Founded in 1869 by the German, Henry Heinz in America. Heinz products are now sold worldwide. The company initially made horseradish followed by pickles and tomato ketchup. Heinz Beans first went on sale in the U.K in 1886. In the 1870’s Heinz also produced such delights as sauerkraut in crocks and noble catsup! These delights fortunately haven’t stood the test of time! In 1886 the beans were imported from Canada and were considered a luxury food. In 1901 a tin of beans would set you back £1.50 for a 1 lb tin! By 1928 Heinz beans were being produced in the U.K and the price started to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/07, updated on 25/07/07 (Very useful, 1575 readings)
Heinz Baked Beanz in tomato sauce comprise the ‘umble baked bean - from the same family as lentils, Fabaceae (leguminosae) – try asking for that in the Co-op – and tangy-sweet tomato sauce. I have tried baked beans by other manufacturers but, in my opinion, none of them are as good to eat as the Heinz variety. There is something about the texture of the bean – firm yet not hard. Other beans I have found can be mushy. The tomato sauce is superior to the other brands but perhaps this is not surprising because Heinz are rather famous for their gift for making an incredibly tasty tomato sauce – though obviously the tomato sauce with the beans is not the same ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/12/07 (Very useful, 251 readings)
After all the rich food of Christmas I thought I would do a review about one of the more simple foods of life - but one that has the same eventual effect as your Christmas sprouts if you catch my drift! I always buy the original Heinz Baked Beans as opposed to the Weight Watchers variety as the calorie values aren't that different and the original beans taste so much nicer, and they come in a range of sizes too. I usually purchase the 200g size as I tend to eat them when I am cooking just for myself. This size currently retails in Tesco's for 41p or £1.21 fro a pack of three of this size. The beans also come in 150g cans for 34p, 415g cans for 53p ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/08 (Very useful, 312 readings)
I wonder how many tins of baked beans (Heinz or other brands) are eaten in households throughout the world on a daily basis? Hazarding a guess, I'd say it must run into the millions. (If not billions!) And did you ever meet anyone who *DOESN'T* like baked beans? I've been racking my brain all day, and I can't come up with anybody of my close personal acquaintance! Baked beans are included in the staple diet of nearly everyone, and I bet there are a couple of tins nestling in most people's kitchen press right now. I know that in our household they are a staple in our weekly shop. I've always eaten baked beans, for as far back as my memory ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/01/08 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Mmmm...the original (I think) and best. What would Friday tea time be without a plate of beans on toast and Crackerjack? Heinz Baked Beans have been on the shelves since 1901, when they were only available from Fortnum and Masons. They cost the equivalent of £1.50 in todays money! Thankfully for students everywhere, they have gone down in price quite a lot since then. Nowadays they are exported to over 60 countries and 1.5 million cans are made every day! Heinz Baked Beans are haricot beans in a tomato-based sauce. They are pre-cooked, so only need heating through either in a saucepan over a low heat or in the microwave. Because of ... Read the complete review
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