Anonymous
map-marker Deland, Florida

Never to buy a Heinz product again ! Final draw was using ketchup and it taking my breath away from the over whelming vinegar. Just never again

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You have gotten so cheap with your products that you lost my respect and business. I take it its not American owned . This is where you despise of all the hazardous materials
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McVicar J

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I have loved Heinz ketchup all my life. It does not taste the same anymore. I

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I 've noticed the last year or so it just doesn't taste like it used to. If I don't like it I am not going to eat it. Have you changed the recipe? I am at the point I am going to try another brand.
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Preferred solution: Just an answer if the recipe is changed

Susan P Xvs

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| map-marker Omaha, Nebraska

Inaccurate amount of Ketsup indicated on the bottle.

CI used Heinz Ketsup to make my sloppy joes with. It calls for 2 cups of ketsup. After measuring the 2 cups 16 oz. I discovered there was no more catsup in the bottle. The outside of the bottle indicates 20 oz. So this means I got shorted 4 oz or half a cup. Please change your amount on the outside to 16 oz. so you are not making this mistake in the future.
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Pros:
  • Great quality product
Cons:
  • Not the right amount sold as indicated on label

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution

User's recommendation: Change your label to 16 oz.

Shirley B Svz
map-marker Santa Rosa, California

I am fully ticked off with your packaging of the Heinz Dill Relish! Heinz needs to change their pickle relish to be sold in side mouth jars! Not the "squeeze" jars! No matter how much I have tried

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The very wrong type of packaging for the Dill Pickle Relish! No matter how much I have tried to drain all of the excess vinegar or how much I shake the bleeping jar, when I "squeeze" out relish, most of what I get is the darn liquid, the vinegar! For mercy sakes and for the best interests of consumers, put pickle relish in wide mouth jars where we can scoop out what we want, and without all of the darn vinegar! Your packaging choice of "squeeze" jars for the Dill Relish was and is simply a bad way to package that product!
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Preferred solution: A change in the packaging of your Heinz Dill Relish! It needs to be in upright, wide mouth jars, not the dumb choice to put the very liquid relish in an upside down squeeze jar!

User's recommendation: Think twice about buying squeeze bottles of pickle relish!

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