Monday, 27 June 2011

Heinz Beanz Fridge Pack


I have been saying for a while that tins are great if you use the whole thing but as often happens in our house, somebody will have a can of soup, beans or ravioli and then have to use a bowl for the remainder.

All well and good until you get several bowls and with some at the top of the fridge you have not a clue what's in them until you take them down.

The reverse of this in our house is three of the family love Heinz baked beans and that means two cans opened and another bowl for the remainder.

So when I was told about the new Heinz Beanz Fridge Pack, it was a case of "Where have you been all my fridge days?"

No more bowls its nicely sealable, there is lots for everybody and no bother if its just for one.


Helping the country stay on track and offering even more choice when it comes to eating healthily 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.

As the latest must-have for your fridge, the Reduced Salt and Sugar Heinz Beanz Fridge Packs provide beans lovers with all the flexibility and advantages of a convenient re-sealable pack.

Containing no artificial sweeteners, colours, flavours or preservatives, 100g contains one of your five a day, giving you complete peace of mind when it comes to consuming the ultimate comfort food classic.

Containing the equivalent of nearly two and a half standard cans, the 1kg Reduced Salt and Sugar Heinz Beanz Fridge Packs are a quick and convenient solution that ensures no waste. Ideal for families and those with busy lives, the screw top pack can be re-sealed and popped back into the fridge, staying fresh for up to five days and allowing you to use as many beans as you like.

For those who want to keep an eye on how many beans they have left to feed the family, top their toast or cover a jacket potato, each pack features a handy see-through measure on the side to help you keep track.

Paul White, Heinz Beanz Marketing Manager, comments, “The Reduced Salt and Sugar Heinz Beanz Fridge Packs mean beans fans can now tuck into as many beans as they want, in portions that suit them, whilst helping to reduce their salt and sugar intake.

Ideal for busy families, the new packs offer a convenient mealtime solution with the added benefit of providing one of your 5 a Day.”

Heinz Beanz has been fuelling the nation for over one hundred years, with the much-loved range now including Heinz Beanz Snap Pots and Heinz Beanz Fridge Packs, for those seeking super convenience. And with Brits consuming over 442 million cans of Heinz Beanz in the past year alone, this popularity is set to continue.

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

18 comments:

  1. Very handy and informative . Thanks for this ... I'm off to make some Beans on Toast now !

    @CRYSTALmse x

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  2. looked at these in the shop, but we dont use enough beans to justify them, but certainly if I still had kids at home would be a great idea.
    and there is no need for 1/2 tins in dishes getting spilt....put them in a plastic tub and pop a lid on - much less messy

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  3. My husband lives on beans, these look really handy, I love the fact that they are resealable

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  4. Resealable beans is a genius idea...we get through loads of Heinz beans and the fridge always contains bowls of leftovers as we use one and a half cans to feed everyone. Much easier to put a lid on it! x

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  5. great idea, so much easier to just have to put the lid on!

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  6. What an excellent idea. Very handy and well thought through xx

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  7. I've been looking at the adverts for these, wondering if it would be of any use to me. I'm not the sort of person that has opened tins of beans lying around. Maybe when the kids get older! I like the idea of healthier baked beans too, and the fact you can see through the sides. Might help me - I'm rubbish at portion sizes!

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  8. When I first saw these i thought 'What a stupid idea' but clever marketing idea though. I am the only person that eats beans in this house and often have leftovers which are put in one of my collection of clear 'tupperware' boxes which are square and stackable so why would I need this. This is just a replacemant for existing jars or 'tupperware' but covered in Heinz logo.

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  9. I think this is a very good idea. My husband is the only one who eats beans in our house, and there seems to always be a open tin of beans in our fridge!

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  10. Brilliant idea! I love to eat spoonfull of cold baked beans during the day and this way no one will know!! ;)

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  11. I had to laugh at this! Here am I wishing that they made a smaller tin than the teeny 150g one. Nuch as I love baked beans, I love variety in my life even more and with only two of us in the house we don't get through a kilo of them in a whole year!

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  12. Great idea. I love the fact they're healthier too, especially as being diabetic I have to watch my sugar intake.

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  13. i get these for my little one so great that you can reseal them

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  14. I was a bit dubious about this originally but I love them now, when I open a tin & can store half in here. I love beans too, yum :D

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  15. thanks thats helpful. We get through a lot of beans here. I didnt know they countede as one of the 5 a day

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  16. Think you could get away with a cleaned out margarine tub to store left over beans, they do them in smaller sizes and it's recycling

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  17. Great for families. Not sure about in our house as we don't eat them very much and if we had a huge jar in the fridge the temptation to eat them every time I popped in the fridge would be too great. Heinz Baked Beans are also yummy cold.

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  18. Such a good idea, my local Asda don't stock them though :-( So we still have loads of bowls covered in cling film in the fridge!!

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