Hellmans Real Mayonnaise Stick Packs, 84 Count
- All new and improved mayo packs by Hellmann's-no scissors needed
- Stay-fresh packs perfect for work, school, on the go-no refrigeration needed Great for picnics, and for outdoor grilling and dining
- Real Hellmann's 3/8 ounce packets
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Size: 84 Count
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Top Customer Reviews
My wife and I sampled two of the packets and they had that rich, distinctive Hellman's taste. Nice and fresh as if I had just cracked open a jar from the grocery. That will be good where the mayonnaise will be more noticeable in potato, chicken, egg, etc. salads.
The packets are advertised at three-eighths ounce which turned out to be fluid ounces; that is about a tablespoon of mayo. It was enough to spread adequately over two pieces of bread. The bread was four by four inches (roughly) square. Your mileage will vary.
The date on the packets was Nov0514 and on the invoice was written: "Best by 11-14 Expires 11-2015". After email discussions with a very helpful VegChef representative, I learned that the best-by date means that the full quality of the mayonnaise will be retained up to that point. The representative stated that the mayonnaise is still safe to eat up to the expiration date, though it may get a tad darker in color or may get thinner. The date that the mayonnaise is not safe to eat could be years after the actual expiration date. VegChefs errs on the side of caution in their estimation of when it is unsafe to eat—I am all for that. I plan on consuming it all before the expiration date anyway.Read more ›
I especially like the single serve packs because I don't use a lot of mayonnaise all the time. These eliminate the half empty, God-only-knows-how-old-jar-in-the-back-of-the-fridge dilemma; they're brand-new fresh every single time, and their price also compares favorably with the small jars of Hellman's at the supermarket.
Other reviewers have stated that this product ships in a plastic bag mailer, and that some of the product was damaged in transit and made a big mess inside the mailer. The way around that is to order more than just the mayonnaise so that they have to put it in a mailing box. I ordered the Hellman's Mayonnaise, barbecue sauce, soy sauce, duck sauce, Grey Poupon mustard and taco sauce, and it was beautifully packed in two separate mailing boxes. I put a half-a-dozen of each in a plastic box in the kitchen fridge, and the rest in the barn fridge ( for veterinary supplies, soda, and beer). Condiments? Got it covered for the foreseeable future.
We all know how frustrating it's been with all the mayo, ketchup and relish packs which don't open without cutting or which make a mess or leave so much in the packet. These are well designed.
I highly recommend them. Perfect to toss in a lunch bag or desk drawer for sandwiches and salads which could use a "little something extra." If you like Hellmann's Real Mayonnaise, then you will be pleased with these.
So even if you don't care about calories, these are perfect for travel, taking lunch to work or school, potlucks, and more.
And they taste great. These are one of the best inventions ever, in the food world. Thank you Hellmann's.
Is this normal to have 3 month shelf life?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best mayo ever, and in packets that don't need refrigerated, who could ask for more? Yeah, these are freak for lunchboxes.Published 11 days ago by Daniel L Wallen
I have always loved Hellmann's Mayonnaise. Using it anywhere from with hard boiled eggs in egg salad, macaroni salad, deviled eggs, especially in making chocolate cakes extremely... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Mike
We've bought these in the past, and they're great for hiking and camping.Published 1 month ago by Wil McTarsney