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Monday, 21 March 2011

Aldi vs Heinz Baked Beans

Baked Beans are an everyday essential that most people have in their store cupboards.  Once, they were a very cheap product but recently the price has risen to 64p a can for the brand leader Heinz.  Aldi's alternative Corale, are just 29p a can.  We taste tested the two types against each other with surprising results in our Swap And Save challenge!


Both girls failed to tell the difference between the two bowls of beans.  Aldi's beans are less than half the price of Heinz beans.  That equates to a considerable saving over the course of the week!

I'm really beginning to see that sticking slavishly to brand leaders is a surefire way of wasting our hard earned cash!  'Swap and Save' is definitely something that can save you money without compromising on quality or taste.  Check out our final taste tests on Frosted Flakes and Tea Bags!

3 comments:

  1. I was expecting the equivalent of 3p beans, for those who remember. Thirty beans and half a can of just sauce. I was however pleasantly surprise. Well done Aldi another one for the shopping list.

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  2. I was expecting the equivalent of 3p beans, for those who remember. Thirty beans and half a can of just sauce. I was however pleasantly surprise. Well done Aldi another one for the shopping list.

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  3. The beans themselves are ok but there's alot of salt in them compared to other brands.
    Having said that their good value.

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