Product Type: Heinz Spices & Seasoning
Newest Review: ... rich, but not over powering, there seems to be enough sauce for the beans, without being over powering. =Baked Beans= Baked beans are so ... more
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Heinz Baked Beans
Member Name: captainC
Heinz Baked Beans
Advantages: Trusted brand, quality product
For many years we have purchased Heinz Baked Beans, and enjoyed them, knowing that they are a product you can trust, having faith that the ingredients are the best quality and Heinz are a company in which you can have confidence.
For the above reasons, I have always automatically opted for this brand. However, in recent years, the price of baked beans has been steadily increasing and it is no longer the cheap, convenience food it used to be. Therefore, I have tended to shop around for cheaper alternatives, whilst still demanding a quality product. This means generally avoiding shop's own brands with their watery sauce and pale, insipid beans.
I recently tried Branstons Beans and enjoyed them more than I thought I would. When I went back to Heinz Beans, because they were on special offer, I found the flavour did not seem as rich and satisfying as the Branston product; but I did enjoy them nevertheless. I like the fact they are low fat and low sugar, and the label emphasises no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. An added bonus on the latest tins is the ring-pull, which I find is a great help since I suffer with arthritis in the hand, making a can-opener difficult to use.
All in all, I'll probably stick with Heinz.
Summary: Good all round product
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