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Heinz Baked Beans Large Can. 415g/15.8 oz. Limit 6 per customer at this price.

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Good beans, Wellington!
Ian (USA) 11/14/2015 9:35 PM
Despite what the label photo suggests, these are not your Boston baked beans. And they're not Van Camp's beans either. Good bean flavor and a delicate tomato sauce, more like a soup, make these a treat. I can understand why British people eat them for breakfast. Also very good with hot dogs -- if you cut up some Andouille and threw it in, you'd have a very high-class beanie-weenie. Can't recommend 'em too highly. Try a can. You'll buy a case!
Beanz Meanz Heinz
edward (St Petersburg, FL) 11/8/2008 2:05 PM
Baked Beans are an ideal source of protein, very low in fat, a good source of Fibre and Iron and they are Cholesterol free (although they are said to be pretty high in Sugar), amongst other things and it is said they are actually one of the most useful of foodstuffs available. It has also been suggested that they are actually Britain’s best-loved food and I agree, I just could not imagine surviving without the good old Baked Beans, OK, that’s going a bit far, but I really do love them. Things to do with Baked Beans, Beans on Toast, with some grated Cheddar Cheese and a Fried Egg and it is absolutely delicious.
A bean to be proud of
Bill Jackson (Alabama) 7/12/2008 10:45 AM
I am no stranger to the taunts of bean snobbery. And -hear this - I am no bean snob but rather a connoisseur of the bean and I consider Heinz to be the only baked bean producer of note.
brenda graves (wv) 5/6/2008 10:59 PM
Heinz Baked Beans are as British as Big Ben, double decker buses and fish and chips. They are also a great treat when you are a British expat craving a can of beans abroad!
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