Sainsbury's Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce Reviews
Product Type: Heinz Spices & Seasoning
Newest Review: ... 'Basics' products they look cheap and scream economy with orange and white labelling all over them. The can holds 420g of the ... more
by - written on 16/12/08, updated on 17/12/08 (Very useful, 765 readings)
SAINSBURY'S BAKED BEANS IN TOMATO SAUCE - 420g, 41p - £1.49 for a pack of 2 NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (per half a can serving): Calories: 166 Kj: 706 Protein: 10.5g Carbohydrates: 29.2g - of which sugars: 9.2g - of which starch: 20g Fat: 0.8g - of which saturates: 0.1g Fibre: 11.3g Salt: 1.5g - of which sodium: 0.6g ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sainsbury's Baked Beans In Tomato Sauce come in a red tin bearing the yellow standard Sainsbury's logo. On the front of can is a dark blue panel containing the words "baked beans" in white lettering ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/11 (Very useful, 120 readings)
Before I get stuck into writing this review I feel I must point out that although I am reviewing Sainsbury's baked beans I that I am reviews the 'Basic' variety and Dooyoo have told me to post my review here! I am not a huge fan of baked beans of any type to be honest, however if I do eat baked beans I usually opt to pick up a can of Heinz though with feeling a bit poor and hard done to lately and so I have been trying out far cheaper brands of things and that is why I ended up getting a can of these! The Packaging: Like most of the Sainsbury's 'Basics' products they look cheap and scream economy with orange and white labelling all over ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/10 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Sainsbury's Baked Beans I used to shop in Sainsbury's for all my weekly shops, though a number of years ago I changed to Tesco's due to both the range and price. Yes, Sainsbury's do have their own branded cheaper things, though personally I prefer Tesco's value products and on my recent trip to pick up a couple of bits in Sainsbury's for convenience, I was reminded of why I had changed in the first place. I picked up a pack of Sainsbury's baked beans for £1.74 for a four pack (the price being the reason for buying them!). I always pick up Tesco Baked Beans and am happy with them so hoped that I would feel the same about these beans. I was very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
We probably have beans 2 times a week. Our favourite brand is Branstons but these are quite expensive and as we are trying to save money at the moment we often have to have a lower brand if Branstons are not on offer anywhere. So far we have tried Tesco and Asda so when we were shopping in Sainsbury's yesterday I decided to pick up some of their own brand beans as we had run out at home. We paid £1.74 for a 4 pack of these which works out at just over 43p a tin. The design of the tin has had a slight revamp since dooyoo got their picture but the tin does look pretty much the same. It might be worth noting that Sainsbury's also do a reduced sugar and salt ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I purchased 4 X 420g cans of Sainsburys Baked Beans from my local store recently for £1.74, not a bad price at all when you consider how much a 4 multipack of the branded product is (around £2.20 on average in supermarkets) so a nice saving of over 10p per can which is always appreciated! The design of the can is very straight forward and simple, an aluminium can with a red label and the Sainsburys logo, nutritional information, ingredients etc, the standard stuff you would expect really. I pour the beans out in to a saucepan and cook them on a gentle heat on the hob whilst stirring continuously, they take just a few minutes to begin bubbling up and ... Read the complete review
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