£2.50£1.51 per kg
Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per 1/2 can||%RI*|
|- of which saturates||<0.1g||<0.1g||<1%|
|- of which sugars||1.9g||3.9g||4%|
|*RI per serving. Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (6)
The only negative is that the beans arent packed to the brim like they used to be. Other than that, I dont have a clue what people are complaining about! They taste good and I personally cant tell the difference between normal Heinz beans and the reduced sugar.
Great for cutting the sugar. But does not make for the best tasting meal.
Well I don't understand why reviews across various websites keep suggesting these contain artificial sweeteners when they contain stevia extract. Stevia is a plant, just like sugar comes from plants, only it is lower calorie. I mean calling stevia artificial, well, you may as well call sugar artificial. I got sick of sweet beans containing too much sugar and wouldn't buy beans with real artificial sweeteners in like aspartame and saccharine, so I was pleased to see Heinz using stevia instead as it feels natural. Stevia has been used for many many years as a natural sweetener is the Americas so don't be scared off by people calling it an artificial sweetener. If you don't like overly sweet beans, these are great! I love them!
its reduced sugar- does what it says
Thank you for producing a low sugar version of a classic, Heinz, anyone who moans about this product- what do you expect? Of course it wont taste exactly the same but if it saves calories and is better for me and my child then its a sacrifice I'm prepared to make!
Proof of British decline
Awful, horrible, not worth the money avoid at all cost. Demise of the English Breakfast. Tasteless slop.Tin rattles as so much liquid in the can, what happened to the beanz so tight they've reduced the numbers again.
Iconic product spoilt
I have been a fan of heinz beans with reduced sugar for many years. Why did they ruin a good thing? These are too sweet and have a metallic aftertaste from the artificial sweeteners. Could they not just cut the sugar a bit more, minimal sugar is far more acceptable than artificial sweetener. So I will try all the supermarkets' own brand beans until I find some with low sugar and a good flavour.