Used to like this but the last bottle we bought is far too peppery. A shame as we can't eat it. Why change the recipe of something that was perfectly OK?!
this is very sweet, so sweet you cannot taste anything else
Can't understand why you have changed the recipe f
Can't understand why you have changed the recipe for this. The original full bodied tomato flavour has been replaced with a watery vinegary overtly onion taste. Why try to fix something that's works fine already?!
Compared to previous offering has a chemical taste
Compared to previous offering has a chemical taste.
Awful, very strange taste.
Awful new recipe
Bring back the old recipe
Don’t buy it!,
Tastes really artificial, children won’t eat it! Would definitely not buy this again...
Ketchup without Onion or Garlic powder
I love this ketchup because of it being low sugar & low salt. For religious reasons I do not consume onion or garlic. The new packaging now mentions that this contains onion powder, so I stopped buying it after I noticed. (In the previous labels this was not specifically mentioned in the ingredients hence I used to consume it unwittingly even though it may have had onion powder). It would be great if Tesco would have the same product in a onion (or garlic) free version, and labelled as such on the front. I am sure, like me, there are thousands who do not consume onion or garlic and this would be an instant pick for them all. Please see if such is possible.
I like it - but how much salt is "low salt"?!
My preferred ketchup, as I'm seeking a low-salt products. However, my one query is trying to find out what the actual salt content is, as the labelling is misleading. It states 0.1g of salt per 15g tablespoon (which is fairly consistent with the level in other brands of low-salt sauces). But looking then at the salt content per 100g, it also says 0.1g, whereas basic maths suggests it should be around 0.67. Could you clarify!