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Heinz Beans in Tomato Sauce, 13.7-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)

from Heinz
4.5 out of 5 stars 175 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Heinz Beans in Tomato Sauce is filled with fiber
  • Contains essential vitamins and minerals
  • Reduced salt content
  • Imported from Britain

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Product Description

Heinz Beans in Tomato Sauce, 13.7-Ounce Can

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 11.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001FA1L9I
  • UPC: 789968000023 129500790317
  • Item model number: 16-675
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (175 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,694 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

Important Information

Ingredients

Tomatoes, Water, Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Salt, Modified Corn Starch, Distilled Vinegar, Spices.

Directions

To open can.
1. Place can on flat surface with tab nearest you and lift tab fully.
2. Turn can. Holding can firmly, peel lid back.
3. To fully remove, gently ease the lid off.
If you prefer to use a can opener, please open the other end.
Cooking guidelines.
Empty contents into a saucepan and stir gently. Do not add water or boil as this will impair flavour.
Microwave (650W):
Empty contents into a microwave dish, cover and heat for approximately 4 minutes stirring occasionally.
Empty out unused contents, cover, keep cool.

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These beans are the real deal if you're a British ex-pat like my hubby who needs a "beans on toast" or "beans, sausage and chips" fix. So much easier than begging Mum to pack a few tins in her case when she visits! However, be aware that Amazon ship these cans individually in a big box with air pillows for padding which means they roll and bang about. More than half of the dozen cans were badly dented. Still, everything's going to be happily eaten. Just would have preferred more care in the shipping. BTW, when you sign up for Amazon prime, you can get 12 tins shipped 2-day air with free shipping. (For us regulars, that's a fantastic deal!)
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We are from England and miss one thing from back home: Heinz Baked Beans in tomato sauce. It's hard to believe that this healthy, tasty essential fodder for all occasions, made by an American firm, is not in our local supermarket. Shipping from Amazon could be pricey, so add them to an order where you get free postage. Also, they are packed loosely so the cans will be dented but the contents are fine. Yummee!!
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If you have seen Monty Python's "Party Political Broadcast", or marveled at Ann-Margret swimming in baked beans in the Rock Opera "Tommy", then you will have some idea of the importance of the baked bean in popular British culture. It has long been a staple throughout the British Isles. A "Full British (or Irish) Breakfast" has to include them, and beans on toast are a ubiquitous snack.

There are many species of baked bean in tomato sauce but the undisputed supreme bean is the Heinz, as manufactured in the UK. Here in the US, we have plenty of canned "Pork and Beans", but they are different. They have pork fat added, for flavor, and are heavily sweetened, often with high-fructose corn syrup and/or molasses. These Heinz beans do have some sugar but they do not have that distinctly sweet taste that their American cousins have. Also, they are free of artificial additives. And they certainly have no pork fat. They are thus a healthier choice. If you are used to the pork and excessive sweeteners, then these beans may taste somewhat bland at first but, if you persist, you will soon come to prefer the cleaner, lighter taste and will not want to go back.

As they are imported from the UK, they tend to be more expensive than the native US canned beans. In fact, some specialist stores stock them here, sometimes at prices slightly lower than Amazon is offering, although Super Saver Shipping and Subscribe & Save make them very competitive, and of course you have the convenience of home delivery.

A bigger problem is packaging. At the time of writing, Amazon has still not quite mastered the art of shipping canned goods. They are packed too loosely and tend to knock together. As a result, 3 of the 12 cans in my consignment had dents in them. Small dents, to be sure, but I know that some people are reluctant to eat food from even slightly dented cans. Hopefully, Amazon will solve this problem soon.
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So many online stores specializing in British foods are selling Heinz beans, but the shipping costs are astronomical. I can buy these in my local Cost Plus World Market but it is $1.99 a tin. By setting up a recurring shipment every 3 months from Amazon I am getting them for about $1.38 a tin including shipping to Colorado. This is by far the best price I've found!

Now, if Amazon starts selling English pork sausages and black pudding I'll be in hogs heaven.
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As the previous reviewer stated, the cans do arrive dented up.

However the shipping was timely and free, and the beans are the proper tasting Heinz Beans that I miss so much from Britain.

They are wonderful with just buttered toast, or with the toast and a fried egg or two for breakfast. Yum!
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By D. Peacock on September 26, 2007
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They taste great. But the package was pretty poorly put together and half of the beans tins were beat up.
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These are so good. They don't have the sweet taste that the American beans have and no artificial colors, preservatives or flavors either. Good deal as they are more expensive to buy individually.
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I just had Heinz Beans for the first time this morning, as part of a traditional "beans & fried egg on toast" breakfast, and I must say it lives up to the hype. I grew up eating Campbell's Pork & Beans, and in the grand scheme of things there isn't *that* much difference, but Heinz Beans does have a distinctly richer, cleaner taste than Campbell's. Without the extra salt and HFCS that you find in most canned beans, the tomato flavor really shines through.

NOTE: Although I won't take away any stars for it (because a product review is supposed to be for THE PRODUCT), Amazon's shipping of this item does leave a lot to be desired: a much larger box than necessary, padded with standard pillow packing that was all popped by the time the shipment reached me. About half of the cans were dented, some quite badly.
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