A jar of Heinz Sandwich Spread is a great addition to the fridge – it can add some excitement and flavour to any sandwich. It can even be used on its own as a tasty sandwich filler.
Packed full of vegetables, this spread is ideal for vegetarians and also a good way to sneak some vegetables into your family’s diet.
As well as being great as a sandwich filler, Heinz Sandwich Spread can also be used in jacket potatoes, salads and even omelettes. This product does not contain any gluten related products.
Most popular with customers in Italy, France, United States of America (USA), Germany, Spain, Greece, Sweden, Portugal and Madeira, but you can buy Heinz Sandwich Spread for delivery worldwide.
One of our Heinz branded products, it is also a gluten free product.
Contains Celery, Contains Eggs, Contains Mustard, Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites.
Spirit Vinegar, Sugar, Cabbage (contains Preservative - Sulphites), Rapeseed Oil, Water, Carrots, Gherkins (contain Firming Agent - Calcium Chloride), Modified Cornflour, Salt, Onions, Egg Yolks, Red Peppers, Mustard, Stabilisers - Guar Gum and Xanthan Gum, Spice Extracts, Spices, Herb Extract (contains Celery), Flavourings, Colour - Riboflavin, VEGETABLES 35%.
Lifestyle / Additives
- Free From Artificial Colours.
- Suitable for Vegetarians.
- Storage Type: Ambient.
- Refrigerate after opening. Eat within two weeks and by Best Before date. Best Before: see neck of jar
- Pack Type: Jar.
Can't believe the excitement when I saw this was available. I grew up on the stuff and it was always a such a treat! I only ordered 1 jar and made my way through it in a week so my advice would be to order multiple so you don't have to wait! Great in some nice fluffy bread, Or on the side of a salad. Isn't anything else quite like it.
Heinz Sandwich Spread is a true British staple. I grew up with this sandwich spread as part of my daily lunch. Spread a thick layer between two thick slices of bread and you can even pair it with some deli meat like a slice of turkey or ham. The spread is slightly acidic and crunchy from the finely chopped vegetables blended in. It works great as a substitute for mayonnaise or mustard.
I was absolutely obsessed with Heinz Sandwich spread as a teenager, I couldn't get enough of it. I've had it in recent years and unfortunately do not like it as much.
It has quite a vinegar-like taste to it and doesn't seem to be as thick in consistency as it once was. It is nice to have a vegetarian spread as you don't really find them in the shops. I find the vegetables to be a bit crunchy for my liking but overall it is a good quality spread.
My favorite. Nothing like it here in the USA, I always buy multiple jars, they never last long.
I had forgotten just how good this is, like salad cream with crunchy vegetables so a slight acidic taste but in a smooth sauce with a great texture.
I probably haven't tasted it for 40 years (sad oldie!) and it instantly brought back wonderful memories. But nostalgia is not the reason for this good review. To tell the truth, I was rather dreading trying it unless it was not as good as I remembered it. But it is better! I had mine instead of butter in a baked potato and it was delicious and I felt virtuous for using a lower fat product with some veggie pieces inside.
I don't know whether this is solely a UK product but I do recommend everyone to at least try it!
I'd always avoided Heinz Sandwich Spread when I lived in the UK, but it's strange how you crave things that you can't buy when you live abroad! To be honest, the spread is just mayonnaise, vinegar and includes very finely chopped gherkins, carrots, onion and other veg. BUT I love it! Delicious on hamburgers or hotdogs if you're not too keen on mustard. Lovely!
Heinz sandwich spread is an old favourite. Thick spread with a sharpness in the taste which can be off set with ham or chicken to make a wonderful sandwich. One of those products which, like marmite, has those who are addicted and those who hate it. I love it.
I was quite disappointed by Heinz Sandwich Spread. We buy a lot of pastes, usually Princes or Shippams, and expected the same quality from Heinz.
I found this spread quite thick and sickly, without much seasoning. Even adding some turkey ham or cheese did not help, I really do not like the taste and cannot recommend.
Heinz Sandwich Spread is great on its own for making tasty vegetarian sandwiches, or partnered with ham or other cold meats. It has less calories than mayo and it tastes better too. I don't just use it for sandwiches either: it's great as a topping for hard boiled eggs or on crackers and cheese.
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