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XMAS TINNER Heinz launches Christmas dinner in a TIN with turkey, spuds & pigs in blankets

Source - The Sun

By Liam Colemand

Date - 31-10-2021

HEINZ is serving up Christmas dinner in a tin.

Its new soup has turkey, stuffing and pigs in blankets along with sprouts, spuds, gravy and cranberry sauce.

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Just 500 cans will be produced but bosses have hinted they could up the number next year if the soup is a hot seller

The launch of Heinz Christmas Dinner Big Soup comes after 42 per cent of people in a survey said they would plump for the festive meal more often if only it did not take so long to cook.

And 36 per said it was the cost of the feast that held them back.

Heinz Soups brand manager Anke von Hanstein said: “It is made for those with a big love for hearty festive flavours and tastes just perfect with a slice of warm crusty bread.

“Any soup that includes pigs in blankets and roasties is a winner in our eyes.”

The cans are available from today at Heinztohome.co.uk/Christmas for £1.50, plus postage and packing.

Last month, Heinz announced it was bringing back its range of Christmas gifts including ketchup crackers, baked beans baubles, a festive jumper and personalised bottles of tomato sauce.

 

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I think I'll pass on this one :) 

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I'd like one for lunch today

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I could see for lunch.

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I'll pass on this option. I don't want to take one from someone who is craving this soup.

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42 minutes ago, Santa Bruce Geron said:

I'll pass on this option. I don't want to take one from someone who is craving this soup.

Thanks Bruce, there are only 500 offered.

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38 minutes ago, Santa Craig Maxwell said:

Thanks Bruce, there are only 500 offered.

When I look at the image I just see a bowl of dog food :) 

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40 minutes ago, TamaleClaus said:

500 too many?

More for Moi

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3 minutes ago, Santa Craig Maxwell said:

More for Moi

Merry Christmas, the "Perfect" stocking stuffer?

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1 hour ago, TamaleClaus said:

Merry Christmas, the "Perfect" stocking stuffer?

What about a White Elephant Gift?

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2 hours ago, TamaleClaus said:

500 too many?

Far to many lol :) 

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57 minutes ago, Santa Craig Maxwell said:

What about a White Elephant Gift?

Not at Christmas Craig, they use Turkey not Elephants :) 

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