Tesco Value Baked Beans Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Spices & Seasoning
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Beans
Newest Review: ... a cooked breakfast we have them simply warmed in a saucepan and there are never any complaints. You can use a microwave if ... more
by - written on 11/02/08 (Very useful, 276 readings)
I have to confess to being a bit of a 'brand snob', my husband often berates me, saying that all too often i judge a product by its brand name, or the pretty packaging-a bad (not to mention expensive) trait to have, and one that leads to manufacturers designing expensive colourful packaging and using harmful food dyes to make food look nicer for longer, no doubt. Now, one of the few exceptions i have (although i am gradually getting better, but theres still alot of things i wont go for the cheap option on, like meats), i like these beans! its not even the fact that they're cheaper than other leading brands, i genuinely like the taste of these beans. It may have something Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/08 (Useful, 119 readings)
My mum buys these when she does the weekly shopping as she says they are good value for money but personaly I cant stand then they are revolting. The sauce in these beans is very watery and a lot lighter in colour than other brands, it tastes weaker and tastes very very sweet, so much so it is actually quite sickly tasting which I realy didnt like as beans are supposed to be savory as far as I am concerned. Another bad point to these beans is that they are a lot harder in texture than other brands of beans, I dont know if this is because they havent been boiled for long enough before they were put in the tin or if they have been boiled for too long ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/08 (Useful, 183 readings)
Most items in the tesco value range are actually quite good despite being cheaper in pice than leading brands but this was not the case with there beans. I brought a couple of tins of these from tesco obviously and upon opening the can noticed that there is a lot of sauce and it looks very watery. I emptied the tin of baked beans into a tub to heat them up and was very disapointed with what i saw, less than half the tin had actually contained beans and the reat was just the sauce. The sauce although there was a lot of it was very light in colour, very watery and very sweet, not nice at all. The beans seemed darker in colour ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/08 (Useful, 109 readings)
Tesco manage to offer very good prices by offering their own products. In a way they cut the middleman, and this is only good news for the final consumer. I like baked beans, no funny jokes here, please! I normally buy them from Tesco. They only have one size, the 420 gramms tin, which cost 28 pennies. I regret they only offer them in this size because for me it is a bit too much, I do not eat all of them in one go. Ideally I think I would like to see a 300 gramms tin. Apart from this, the beans are very tasty and go well with bacon and eggs (or should I say "eggs and bacon"?) Not much more to say here, surely a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/11 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Baked beans are a great accompaniment to a lot of meals, and we do get through quite a few in our house - they are a quick and tasty snack or light lunch with chicken nuggets or toast! So I have tried and tested many different makes of baked beans. With money being tight we have started to try lots of the "Value" range at Tesco and I haven't been disappointed. When you open the tin you see the beans in the sauce. The beans are the same shape and size as many of the more expensive brands, and the sauce looks nice and red, shiny, juicy and thick. It didn't seem too runny as I had expected when looking at the price of 29p per ... Read the complete review
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