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Posted: 23:01 Tue 19-Apr-2005. Price: roughly around 49-59p. Location: Morrisons Supermarket, Skipton. Sub-flavours: Sweet Chilli, Tikka Masala, Mexican Chilli, Jalfrezi. Nutritional unusualness: None noted.
"Martin Rake" reports: I came across these in my local Morrisons, I thought I hadn't seen them before, but was interested being a fan of adding things to beans myself, such as a spot of curry powder or Worcester sauce. I tried the Jalfrezi variety yesterday morning with a full English. WOW!!! What a great Sunday morning hangover cure these are. Not only a spot of added spice to the beans, but also small pieces of red peppers, and onions, but not large amounts to overpower the fact that you are eating the finest beans to man, Heinz Baked Beanz! I can't wait to try the other varieties in the range - they could be almost a meal in themselves, of course with a nice thick slice of white toast.

..."Martin Rake" returns with this long-awaited confirmation of "Jon's" earlier sighting - plus a glimpse of what the UK's Sudan I-deprived population are currently reduced to ("I love Sweet 'N' Sour Super Noodles, but since the Sudan food-dye scare, I can't find them anywhere", comments "Amy". "I checked the affected foods list, but they aren't on there. Where have they gone? Please help me find out... I'm starving!") Heinz also appear to have launched the semi-upmarket Baked Beanz with Cumberland Sausages - or, for those who prefer the combination the other way around, Heinz Pork and Baked Bean Sausages - "premium pork sausages with a [28%] baked bean filling through the centre".


Posted: 08:36 Wed 20-Apr-2005 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: I bought a tin of the Mexican Chilli variety last night to try, they were ok. The bean sauce was a very dark colour and it was certainly hot. It said in the ingredients that it contained chocolate, is this common in mexican food?!
Posted: 14:55 Wed 20-Apr-2005 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: wow, heinz pork and baked bean sausages would have been great with ketchips if only they were still on the market.
Posted: 15:47 Wed 20-Apr-2005 by "Juankerr" # permalink comment
Comment: Re: Chocolate in mexican food - yup..it's not uncommon to add a bit of chocolate to a chili con carne.
Posted: 16:22 Wed 20-Apr-2005 by "Stevie Nicks" # permalink comment
Comment: spicy beans. Finally I don't have to go through the painstaking process of adding chilli sauce myself. It takes all of three seconds but it's the principle that counts, surely.

I don't add my own chocolate. However if the Mexican variety go down well, I may have found a new use for my ice cream topping chocolate sauce.

Posted: 23:09 Wed 20-Apr-2005 by "Martin Rake" # permalink comment
Comment: Just to add to my original sighting, the price is 49p, and there are 4 flavours. Tikka, Mexican, Jalfrezi, and Sweet Chilli. I have now taste tested the sweet chilli with some door steps of cheese on toast, and they were great!!!
Posted: 17:14 Thu 21-Apr-2005 by "M-fan" # permalink comment
Comment: The Sweet Chilli one's are fantastic gonna go & buy the other types (if I can find them) tonight
Posted: 21:53 Tue 17-May-2005 by "Jamie" # permalink comment
Comment: Hey, had the Sweet Chilli ones with some nice quorn pork style ribs, also with some lovely southern curly fries, went great. The beans are amazing, so much better than the norm, makes a great twist. Will never go back to regular!!!
Posted: 19:21 Wed 18-May-2005 by "adamwoot" # permalink comment
Comment: At last! there things are amazing! so much better than regular ones, i managed to find a website to get them delivered to my door, now im in heaven!!!!!!!!! they arrived yesterday and now im gonna order some more!!!
Posted: 19:32 Wed 18-May-2005 by "SW Luong" # permalink comment
Comment: What site is this adamwoot?
Posted: 12:44 Wed 01-Jun-2005 by "John Smith" # permalink comment
Comment: Heinz sweet Chilli Beans, awesome, all other foodstuffs now obsolete.
Posted: 22:27 Sat 18-Jun-2005 by "coral " # permalink comment
Comment: My mother once said to me, why be nice when you can be mean. my mother was a one mean bean but im one mean son of a bean. lol the adverts crack me up. its not that im easy or that i have loose morals but i'll go with anything, now who else can say that.. beetroot!?
Posted: 18:54 Sun 19-Jun-2005 by "jb" # permalink comment
Comment: I love Heinz Mean Beanz. I cannot get enough of them.
Posted: 16:19 Wed 22-Jun-2005 by "Jaybee" # permalink comment
Comment: Tried the mexican flavour and thought they were fantastic. I cannot stop laughing at the adverts. Well done Heinz!
Posted: 18:52 Thu 23-Jun-2005 by "lol" # permalink comment
Comment: yuck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!- !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!- !!!!
Posted: 14:01 Fri 24-Jun-2005 by "tina" # permalink comment
Comment: hi...a friend sent me a link to this site...I live in Florida (many many mexican workers here) and YES chocolate is used in many savory dishes. That being said...that still sounds fairly disgusting...
Posted: 02:37 Sat 25-Jun-2005 by "sally" # permalink comment
Comment: http://www.freewebs.com/oneyearon/index.htm
Posted: 08:39 Mon 27-Jun-2005 by "Claz" # permalink comment
Comment: Wow those adverts are amazing,not tried the new flavours yet but next time in the supermarket.....
Posted: 12:16 Wed 03-Aug-2005 by "Reverend Pete" # permalink comment
Comment: Ever dreamed of eternal paradise? Of course you have, well now you can be part of that dream with the newest (and greatest) religion on the “street” BEANIZM I, reverend Pete, am here today to tell you about the chance of a lifetime. Join us brothers and sisters in praise of the original Mean Bean Tony Montana. Hail to the bean…the ULTIMATE SNACK!!! If only the world’s leaders understood the power of the bean… …war, poverty, starvation..all these things and more could be solved with Beanz. Tony, he one mean son of a bean, he can help us with all our troubles. In your hour of need turn to the bean! There’s no need to be depressed when you can munch some beanz and feel enlightened and fulfilled. Who will join me on the road to salvation?


Posted: 14:55 Wed 10-Aug-2005 by "Pretzels are the Ultimate" # permalink comment
Comment: I love the Mexican beans, thought they would just be spiced up naff beans but Heinz have done a top job the're very nice and i buy a half dozen tins with every shop now!
Posted: 19:54 Fri 26-Aug-2005 by "Sister Greeley" # permalink comment
Comment: I am a dedicated follower of BEANIZM! Along with my fellow devotee, Sister Bally, we live our lives adhering to the BEANIZM commandments. Ok, I admit, it was challenging at first but with a little support from our leader Rev. Pete, I overcame my struggle. Im sure Sister Bally will agree BEANISM is the future. Anyone who is anyone will be following this crusade. Come on brothers and sisters, let me here you shout HALLELUJAH to the BEANZ!
Posted: 14:36 Sat 27-Aug-2005 by "Captain Crayfish" # permalink comment
Comment: since i landed on the planet several eons ago i have have struggled to find a religion i could keep faith with. But following a expediton to the American North Atlantic searching for the elusive giant lobster i met a man who changed my life forever. Eating a delictable Catfish caught in lake Tahoo Texas with a portion of chilli beanz i met rev pete.The man is a legend he is shown me the way forward and i am now a strict follower of Beanism. I will now travel the universe with my trusty sidekick Tartar Sauce and spread the faith while visiting solar systems accross the galaxy in my quest for the universe's largest lobster
Posted: 11:38 Sat 24-Sep-2005 by "'Sister Bally'" # permalink comment
Comment: I am sister bally of the one true religion 'beanizm'. I worship Tony 'mean bean' Montana the original mean bean and follow the 10 commandments he set while he was trapped in the chilli ghetto's which his arch enemy spudzilla and his sidekicks (those peski chilli's!) As a co-founder of beanizm, it is my job, along with Reverend Pete to spread the word of beanizm far and wide. I also feel it is my duty to inform everyone of some vital information that has come to my attention...Captain Crayfish is a FRAUD!!! Dont be fooled by his 'so called' faith....my source's (mainly Sister Greeley) have discovered he prefere's LOBSTER to mean beanz!!! Captain Creyfish has broken the 1st commandment, the ultimate sin and will therefore have to spend his after life in the chilli ghetto's rather than residing in eternal paradise with him who is i am...(Tony). Creyfish if you are out there you can redeem yourself, your penance is to give up the search for the ultimate lobster, give up your love for catfish and say 3 x hail mauds and a praise Tony. Myself and Reverand Pete have set a mission for those who are looking for a reason to live...who ever steps forward to take up this challenge must go under cover in the name of bad-a-bing bad-a-bean and find the tastiest, cheepest mean beanz in the country and bring them to our attention. This will obviously be in the interest of beanizm and not for personal consumption purposes..........your prize will be a lifetimes supply of mean beanz and a tour round the factory where the mirrical birth Tony 'mean bean' Montana occured (terms & conditions apply). I would like to end my message today by re-itterating Reverend Pete's sermon. Join us on the road to salvation, become enlightened and fullfilled with the ultimate snack-mean beanz. Ahmen, can i get a HALLELUJAH...!!!
Posted: 18:52 Sat 24-Sep-2005 by "Alexx" # permalink comment
Comment: They sound good but I'm refusing to buy any Heinz BEANS until they drop the BEANZ spelling.

It's dizgrazeful!

Anyway HP beans are far nicer. But I'm in a quandry now as Heins (!) have now bought HP!

Posted: 21:24 Mon 26-Sep-2005 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: An imposter! At least they're not bob's Elton John and Kelly Osbourne impressions.

Joking ;)

Posted: 13:35 Mon 10-Oct-2005 by "Ruffman™" # permalink comment
Comment: Mean Beanz rule! I love the Mexican flavour. I bolted down a can of the Sweet Chilli flavour along with 3 pieces of thick white toast each covered in a mature cheddar slice. Yummy :)

But they don't half make you blow. My work collegue has opened all the windows. Very aromatic wind though.

Posted: 14:25 Thu 22-Dec-2005 by "Bean Connoisseur" # permalink comment
Comment: Sorry - Mean Beanz are RANK and watery and not really very MEAN. The only thing possibly mean about them is the amount of tomatoes & flavours in the thing. You'd be better off starting with a decent can of beans - Branston for example - and tipping in some schwarz spice mixes. Sorry Heinz - if this is the best you can come up with I feel sorry for you. F minus and must try harder!
Posted: 18:13 Thu 04-May-2006 by "Talkshowhost" # permalink comment
Comment: I cannot have a bad word said against these, they are my favourite thing ever! The Tikka ones go great with beef lasagne. I noticed that they have a new variety in Sainsburys that NO ONE here seems to have reported on. They are a new 'Thai' variety that comes in the same sized (and designed) cans. Has anyone tasted them yet?
Posted: 18:53 Wed 31-May-2006 by "Nick P"
(apparently posting from user-4634.l4.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk) # permalink comment
Comment: I tried the Thai beans for lunch today, on top of philadelphia light on toast. What can I say but the taste was divine, kind of a bit coconutty with a hint of corander and some other things. The heavently smell it produced in the kitchen whilst in the microwave also attracted comments from workmates.
Posted: 21:16 Wed 31-May-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: Everybody take note, the quality of these beanz has deteriorated considerably of recent, they have about a centimeter of water at the top and about a cm of empty space above that at the top of the tin, This makes them all watery so i have to drain the water off once ive opened the tin, which leaves the tin two thirds full of beans after, which is not good, they never used to have this much water in them, i think its a cost-cutting measure by heinz as they have lost significant market share to branston since the launch of branston beans last year, and look how heinz respond, do they rise to the challenge and produce an even tastier bean? no, they pour in some water,

I'll never by heinz again, Branston are miles better beanz

Posted: 13:49 Thu 01-Jun-2006 by "Talkshowhost" # permalink comment
Comment: In reply to your comment on the 'watery' beans, they are indeed when they are cold. But what you have to do is heat them (DUH!) and then they go thick! I think it is the same as oats, where they go ten times thicker when a certain temperature is reached - like magic. So all you scaremongerers, DO NOT POUR OFF LIQUID, simply follow the microwave heating instructions exactly. Delicious.
Posted: 22:34 Thu 01-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: Well that's only half of it, The fact that they never used to be like this is what is most disatisfying, They used to be, well, like normal beanz, but now i have a little swimming pool of dirty looking water on top, not appetising, I'm sticking with Branston
Posted: 13:53 Fri 02-Jun-2006 by "Talkshowhost" # permalink comment
Comment: Well don't you think the change may have been due to an IMPROVED RECIPE?? You may say they look disgusting when out of the can, but you must remember that in that state they are RAW and have yet to be cooked. The Jalfrezi ones are definately nicer recently to what they used to be and the Tikka ones have become much spicier! To say that this is bad would be to lie quite frankly. As for your decision to stick to Branston, I don't recall them even doing any flavour other than the exotic 'tomato sauce', so they aren't really competition for Mean Beanz at all!
Posted: 18:53 Fri 02-Jun-2006 by "Jim L." # permalink comment
Comment: Whatever happened to Heinz BBQ Beans? They were only sold in a small can size, so they weren't all that cheap, but I loved 'em regardless. Alas I don't seem to see them anywhere nowadays. :( I'm worried that Heinz may have discontinued them in favour of these new Mean Beanz. I tried a tin of Mean Beanz a while ago, but I think I found them too hot/spicy for my liking. I agree with many others here that the Branston beans are nicer than Heinz.
Posted: 17:10 Sat 03-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: Talkshowhost, your last comment is full of flaws and inaccuracies,

1. "Change due to improved recipe" Most brands state if that is the case by adding "New and Improved" or something similar, A more probable case is the change is due to a cost-cutting measure as I previously stated.

2. "You may say they look disgusting when out of the can" I never said they look disgusting when out of the can, I said when you open the can, they have a little pool of dirty looking water on top, which isn't appetising.

3. "but you must remember that in that state they are RAW and have yet to be cooked" You're most mistaken here, They are fully cooked and only require heating, As is the case with all canned food as they have to undergo what's called a "botulinum cook" (121°C for 3 minutes) to kill any bacteria in the can, This as well as a pre cook before being canned in many cases.

4. "As for your decision to stick to Branston, I don't recall them even doing any flavour other than the exotic tomato sauce" I don't recall saying that they did any other flavour?

If you really are a Talk-show host, I'd love to be on your show, As I'd have a whale of a time talking to you

Posted: 23:35 Sat 03-Jun-2006 by "Talkshowhost" # permalink comment
Comment: A real talk show host? No, it's a Radiohead reference actually. Are you a real polar bear then? If you are then why do you moan about beans when your species usually eats raw fish?
Posted: 00:56 Sun 04-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: Do polarbears have fingers? you moron, what a faggot you are
Posted: 09:24 Sun 04-Jun-2006 by "Talkshowhost" # permalink comment
Comment: Faggots now, eh? This is getting more and more off topic by the post. I prefer the faggots from that Midlands supplier, 'Gills', to those of the frozen, cheapo stable known as 'Brains'. The gravy in those frozen ones is just plain nasty.
Posted: 10:02 Sun 04-Jun-2006 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: Speaking of faggots has anyone ever tried "Mr brains pork faggots"? You can buy them in the freezer section in Morrisons.
Posted: 10:27 Sun 04-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: Do you ever do your grocery shopping anywhere other than Morrisons Phillerena? I mean like, I use Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsburys and Asda, Morrisons have good Bogofs but have poor choice on some things like, Can you believe it I can't even get Linguine at my two local Morrisons??
Posted: 12:53 Sun 04-Jun-2006 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: Theres nowhere else for me to go in Leeds apart from M&S and they charge too much.
Posted: 18:28 Mon 05-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: I live in Leeds too, and there's plenty of supermarkets to choose from? Or, why not just use asda.com, tesco.com, sainsburystoyou.com? What part of Leeds are you from?
Posted: 10:06 Fri 09-Jun-2006 by "Talkshowhost" # permalink comment
Comment: Just been to ASDA in Great Bridge and saw that they are now selling the Thai Mean Beanz, so I brought 2 cans (I always buy things in 2s from there are the chance of getting something for 2 weeks consecutive is a rarity). I look forwards to trying them tonight.
Posted: 10:15 Fri 09-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: Dude, You really know you need to get a life when you start giving an online commentary about when you buy your tins of beans, they're just baked beans man.

And anyway, "thai flavour" wtf?? as i remember it, there already was a sweet chilli flavour so why the hell does there need to be a thai flavour? silly beanheads have ran out of ideas

Posted: 11:01 Fri 09-Jun-2006 by "Talkshowhost" # permalink comment
Comment: Looks that way. Still, McDonalds get away with it.
Posted: 15:24 Fri 09-Jun-2006 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: I'm in the city centre polarbear and although I could catch a bus to Asda, well it doesn't really seem worth the effort. I do sometimes go to Crossgates though to have a peep in Home Bargains.
Posted: 14:54 Wed 28-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: I've gone well off Mean Beanz i'm not buying them anymore, the quality has suffered on the back of cost-cutting measures from Heinz, Branston beans are really nice
Posted: 06:45 Sat 28-Oct-2006 by "Junk Food Blog" # permalink comment
Comment: Just as an FYI. The Mean Beanz line is now being extended into Australia, and includes varieties not available in the UK. Check it out:


Posted: 10:13 Sat 28-Oct-2006 by "Marquez" # permalink comment
Comment: * Mexican Jackal * Boston Bull * Indian Snatch

What strange names they've picked?

Apparently Australians are supposed to love baked beans so i expect these will go down a treat 88400 3

Posted: 02:46 Tue 13-Mar-2007 by "Jono G" # permalink comment
Comment: Mexican Jackal Mean Beanz are the best!


Posted: 13:31 Tue 13-Mar-2007 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: we tried the lea and perrins limited edition heinz beans a few weeks ago. definitely not worth buying again.
Posted: 12:32 Thu 29-Mar-2007 by "Talkshowhost"
(apparently posting from ) # permalink comment
Comment: There are two new Mean Beanz flavours being rolled out around the country, as two of the existing ones are discontinued. The Thai and Tikka flavours have been quashed in favour of the new Italian and Smokey Barbecue flavours.

The Italian taste a lot like the bolognese sauce that you have with spaghetti and have a very thick and satisfying texture. The Smokey Barbecue have a smell and taste that reminded me of Walker Smokey Bacon Crisps. I was expecting them to be the same as the existing 'BBQ beanz' that Heinz already do (in the 200g cans), but they were much thicker and richer in flavour.

Overall, these two new flavours are welcome on my toast any day!

Posted: 13:32 Thu 29-Mar-2007 by "Soulman" # permalink comment
Comment: Beanz Meanz Heinz!? What a load of old *£$+! These taste awful... every variety!
Posted: 12:12 Thu 05-Apr-2007 by "Talkshowhost"
(apparently posting from ) # permalink comment
Comment: Old? How can they be old when they have only just been released? The Italian ones seem to be selling very well in every store that I have seen them in (often sold out), so I guess people are realising that they are quite nice. As for them tasting awful; try them, even if you hated the old flavours - the two new ones are much better.
Posted: 13:19 Thu 05-Apr-2007 by "Marquez" # permalink comment
Comment: Italian Mean Beanz? are they in a bolognese sauce or something?
Posted: 00:02 Sun 08-Apr-2007 by "Talkshowhost"
(apparently posting from ) # permalink comment
Comment: The sauce is like bolognese, but thicker and without the sourness added by onion. They taste more like the stir in pasta sauces that you may have tried - the tomato and basil ones especially.
Posted: 21:04 Sun 08-Apr-2007 by "Marquez" # permalink comment
Comment: Sounds good, i'll give them a try
Posted: 19:55 Sat 03-Jan-2009 by "ffffairydust200" # permalink comment
Comment: Heinz Mean Beanz Smokey BBQ has disappeared from Tesco shelves. Can anyone suggest where I can purchase more of these yummy beans?
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