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Spring sauce giveaway from Heinz

26 March 2010 by

In anticipation of spring finally arriving, Heinz Foodservice is offering five Buy It! readers a selection of sauces to suit the season from its back-of-house range, relaunched last year with a new look, new sizes and flavours.

Whether they're dishing up spring lamb burgers or a spring onion salad with new potatoes, each of the five lucky readers can pick 12 bulk sauces suited to spring, from classics including Heinz Tomato Ketchup and Heinz Salad Cream to Heinz Mayonnaise and mustards.

The campaign - running alongside the "It Has To Be Heinz" campaign, which builds on the deep connection the Heinz brand holds with consumers - is designed to add value to menus with recipe suggestions, menu support by season and offers and promotions in an A5 seasonal magazine, the current edition of which focuses on Spring Sensations.

For the chance to receive a selection of Heinz Foodservice's back-of-house sauces, e-mail your name and address to heinz@proactivecompetitions.co.uk quoting "Heinz BoH Spring Clean" in the subject line.

For more information on Heinz Foodservice products call 0800 575755 or visitwww.heinzsight.co.uk

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