Up for review: Heinz Beanz

The nation’s favourite beans brand is back, with a new twist on a classic favourite, the Reduced Salt and Sugar Heinz Beanz Fridge pack and we were sent some to try and review.

The pack is the equivalent in size to two and half standard cans and the screw top means that it can of course be resealed and popped back in the fridge which is so convenient. It means there is no waste, you can take out what you need when you need it then pop them back in the fridge and they stay fresh for up to five days. I love the convenience that this offers and like many things, the simplest ideas are the best! There’s even a handy see through measure on the side so you can see what is left in the pack.

I have to say that I do favour the reduced salt and sugar beans already for the children and usually buy these beans in tins so there is no question of us already enjoying the flavour as they are a firm family favourite. They also contain no artificial sweeteners, colours, flavours or preservatives which is nice to know. But I do love the fact that these are now available in the more convenient pack.

What can I say? They are the nation’s favourite beans and ours too! And I will definitely be buying these again without question.

Reduced Salt and Sugar Heinz Beanz Fridge Packs are available from major supermarkets including Tesco, Asda, Morrisons and Co-op from July RRP £1.93.

 

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