Following a dispute regarding price increases, Heinz products are no longer available on Tesco shelves
The announcement comes after the supermarket chain claimed that it would not give unjustifiable increases in price to customers.
It is believed that Kraft Heinz, the manufacturer of Heinz goods, has paused supply to the retailer, meaning that many beloved products are not available at the moment.
Kraft Heinz (the manufacturer of Heinz items) has stopped supply to Tesco due to a price dispute. Tesco stated that it would not allow customers to experience unjustifiable price rises.
The Grocer magazine reports that the following family favorites are not available on The Grocer’s website: Beanz 4x415g; Sticky Barbecue Sauce 500g; Salad Cream 605g; Baked Beans & Pork Sausages 200g; Beanz No Added Sugar 4x415g; Snap Pots 4x200g; Beanz No Added Sugar 200g; Chicken Noodle Soup 400g.
According to a Tesco spokesperson, the store was “laser-focused” on keeping weekly costs low, while offering great value for customers through Aldi Price Match and Low Everyday prices.
Kraft Heinz spokesmen also indicated that the price of Kraft Heinz was the main issue.
Tesco does not sell many of your family’s favourite products online, such as the Heinz Beanz. Other products include Sticky Barbecue Sauce, Salad Cream and Baked Beans & Pork Sausages
According to him, many people are living within their means in today’s challenging economic environment. With commodity and production cost rising rapidly, he said.
He said, “We look at all aspects of value, including price, size, and packaging, so that consumers can have the products they trust and love at a cost that is within their means, but without sacrificing on quality.”
Kraft Heinz claimed it was working closely with Tesco and is confident in finding a solution.