The cost of baked beans at major supermarkets has soared as shoppers continue to feel the pinch with hiked food prices in the UK.
Heinz has hiked the prices of its household name items, forcing major grocers such as Lidl, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Tesco and Aldi to do the same.
The supplier has blamed increased production costs for the rise, which means a 4x415g pack of its baked beans now costs £3.99 across the UK.
Other everyday food items, such as Mr Kipling cakes, Bisto gravy and Sharwood’s curry sauce have all increased as well, with some nearly doubling in price in less than a year.
The cost of well known brands have risen in recent months, with some almost doubling in price
The price of a 4x415g pack of Heinz Beanz (pictured) has risen to £3.99 at all major supermarkets
An analysis by MailOnline of prices on Tesco’s website has revealed some items have gone up in price by more than a £1 in the space of several months.
These include two packs of 190g Heinz Frozen Snap…