A 65p ketchup bottle has slapped its posh rivals’ bottoms to be voted best in Britain.
Consumer tests put Sainsbury’s own-label tomato sauce above others costing ten times more.
Researchers from domestic gurus Good Housekeeping Institute studied the texture, appearance and consistency of 21 different varieties.
They ranged from a 49p sauce from Aldi, which was ranked 10th, to £3.95 for a bottle of upmarket Farmison Handcrafted.
At 250g it was around half the size of the 460g champ — and only finished in 19th spot.
Joint-second were the Sauce Shop’s at £2.49 and Co-op’s own at 80p. Three kinds from bestseller Heinz were 13th, 15th and 17th.
The GHI experts called the Sainsbury’s ketchup “a delicious bargain”.
They added: “Deep red, smooth and thick in consistency, our panel devoured it with their chips.”
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