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Heinz Spaghetti


Product Description

  • Heinz spaghetti in tomato sauce has been a favourite with British families since it was first imported to the UK in 1926. After Heinz began producing cans of spaghetti, baked beans and soup in Harlesden in the 1930s, tinned pasta became very popular, especially as it would have been considered quite exotic and foreign. Low in fat and sugar, Heinz spaghetti is still a firm favourite, with many a simple yet delicious meal made by adding a tin of 'spag' to a jacket potato, or some hot buttered toast. Surprisingly nutritious and suitable for vegetarians, the tomato sauce in every can counts towards your 'five a day' portions of fruit and vegetables.



Spaghetti (47%, Water, Durum Wheat Semolina, Wheat Flour (contains Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin)), Tomatoes (44%), Water, Sugar, Modified Cornflour, Salt, Acid - Citric Acid, Herb Extract, Garlic Salt, Spice Extract

Allergy Information

  • See ingredients highlighted in bold.


Empty unused contents into a suitable covered container.Keep refrigerated and use within 2 days. Best before end - see can end.

Cooking Instructions

Hob - Heat gently in pan 

Number of uses

Servings per can - 2

Nutritional Information

  • 1 of your 5 a day in ½ a can when eaten as part of a balanced diet
  • A whole tomato in every portion
  • Low in fat and sugar
  • Absolutely no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
  • Suitable for vegetarians

Recycling info

Can (metal) - widely recycled

Name and address

  • H.J. Heinz Foods UK Ltd.,
  • London,
  • SE1 9SG.
  • H.J. Heinz Company (Ireland) Ltd.,
  • Avoca Court,
  • Blackrock,
  • Co. Dublin.

Net Contents

400g e


Typical ValuesPer 100gPer 1/2 can%RI*
- of which saturatesTraceTrace<1%
- of which sugars3.5g7.1g8%
*RI per serving. Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)---
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