Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Heinz’s creamiest condiment is set to be your new favourite mayonnaise....or your money back!



Heinz Mayonnaise love it or your money  back, I  find this a great leap of faith for a brand, a confidence thats born from knowing you are good.


I love each and every product that does something good for the planet or the welfare of animals. So when Heinz announced they are now making their mayonnaise with free range eggs I was pleased, I love the mayo anyway, its creamy, smooth, complements a baked potato, a BLT on brown and great to dip your chips.

Now its kind to hens its a winner.

Delivering the guaranteed great taste and quality of Britain’s trusted sauce experts, a new look Heinz Mayonnaise with its deliciously smooth taste, now made with free range eggs, arrives on supermarket shelves this summer.
Perfect for the summer picnic basket, families can try Heinz Mayonnaise – a member of the much-loved and trusted Heinz condiment range, absolutely risk free. Heinz is so confident that families will make Heinz their new favourite mayonnaise, that they are offering a money back guarantee.*


The new cool blue label means the jar now sits perfectly alongside the rest of the Heinz sauce family on your fridge shelf. Generations who have grown up enjoying other tasty Heinz sauces including the iconic Heinz Salad Cream and Heinz Tomato Ketchup, are in for a treat when they add this great-tasting fridge essential to their weekly shopping list.

Whether on your sandwiches, in your salads or on your BBQ burger bun – Heinz mayonnaise has been blended together with over 140 years of experience to create a delicious, creamy mayonnaise that adds an enhanced flavour to all your favourite dishes. 

 
Also in the mayonnaise range - Heinz Mayonnaise Light, Heinz Deli Mayo Caramelised Onion, Roasted Garlic, Caramelised Onion and Hint of Chilli flavour are available in store now.

See www.heinz.co.uk for more details on the money back guarantee and terms and conditions.

6 comments:

  1. Wow! Great offer - think I'll try that!

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  2. As a typical French, I always stick to Amora brand for mayonnaise (proper Dijon mayonnaise) but I might try the light version of the Heinz one!

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  3. I LOVE Heinz Mayonnaise. No other mayonnaise can match it for me! Might try some of the others in the range.
    @maisietoo

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  4. garlic mayo is my favourite, i didnt realise heinz did it, the caramelised onion sounds great too

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