We could tell you that our Beanz are hard to beat. That they're brimming with deliciously rich, tomatoey flavour. But you already know that. Because you know what Beanz Meanz...Heinz Beanz don't just taste great, but are nutritious too; high in fibre, high in protein and low in fat, as well as contributing to 1 of your 5 a day. Packed full of quality ingredients... it has to be Heinz. Love our Heinz Beanz as much as we do? Discover the rest of our range, including organic and no added sugar baked beans.
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Suitable for the microwaveSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per pot||%RI*|
|- of which saturates||<0.1g||<0.1g||<1%|
|- of which sugars||1.8g||3.7g||4%|
|*RI per serving. Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (48)
average price calculation is wrong.
800g fir £3.50 is not the 39.4p average price quoted. Its 43.75. So when compared to the pack of 3 tins, their average price is lower. But this isnt seen because of the incorrect calculation for this product.
Just yuk. No flavour
Why artificial sweetener?
These are a convenient size, although sadly in plastic, but please leave out the sweetener - Steviol Glycosides! This sweetener raises blood sugar and alters the microbiome associated with high blood sugar. Heinz we don't need sugar or artificial sweeteners in any of our food. PLEASE leave it out!
Where are the 200g tins?
Why stop stocking the 200g tins and only stock these - same contents, but pointlessly over packaged? Unless Ocado have signed a deal with the devil to destroy the environment.
handy but look at the packaging
These are really handy when the kids need something to supplement their lunch/dinner. I love that Heinz offer this healthier option but there is SO much packaging. Surely you can come up with a bigger pot with a screw-top lid which can go in the fridge??? Loses points for that.
Aside from the environmental impact of plastic packaging the beans now taste strongly of plastic too. Back to cans.