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August 4, 2020

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Conveniently stock up on your faves from the couch or show someone you care with HEINZ bundles delivered directly to doorsteps across the nation with Heinz To Home.

When it’s cold outside there is nothing more heart-warming than a delicious soup or beans on toast! And so with Winter truly setting in, Heinz has launched its Heinz to Home delivery service, meaning Aussies can order bundles of the iconic favourites straight to their homes around Australia.

Shoppers have a choice of two pre-packed bundles of products which include Heinz Soup, Heinz sauces and condiments, Heinz Baked Beanz & Pasta via the Heinz to Home e-store, with the convenience of delivery provided directly to their homes.

Good Idea As A Care Pack

Heinz To Home is open to all Australians and bundles can also be ordered as care packages for friends or family, who may be not be able to visit the supermarket as regularly. In fact, Heinz are offering delivery of the first 400 bundles free of charge for suburbs currently in Stage 4 lockdown. Free delivery will be applied automatically at checkout if you live, or are sending a bundle to a recipient, in a suburb that qualifies. Customers can determine this by putting their post code in at check out.

Anyone For Edchup?

Heinz To Home is a hub for some of the brand’s much-loved essentials, but in future, will also offer limited-edition products and merchandise. Other exciting products for Heinz fans include the globally limited edition 570-piece Heinz Tomato Ketchup all red puzzle, a new ice cream range available in the UK named Heinz Creamz, as well as the Heinz collaboration with Ed Sheeran to create his own Tomato Ketchup – Edchup!

“We’re delighted to launch our Heinz To Home online service as a one-stop-shop for these exciting Heinz product bundles. Our counterparts in the UK have experienced great demand for their Heinz online shop, and we wanted to offer similar convenience to our Aussie customers. The two Heinz bundles first available on our site have been carefully curated, and are Winter staples for many Aussies,” said Simon Laroche, Chief Executive Officer, Kraft Heinz, Australia.

“We also understand that you can’t always get the products you’re looking for at the moment and that others have less opportunity to shop. The Heinz ToHome online service allows you to these order bundles of Heinz products directly to your doorstep, or to someone you care about, so you and your loved ones can stay home and stay safe. We look forward to continuing to offer Aussies exclusive Heinz products and quirky limited-edition branded items via the e-store. Stay tuned!” added Laroche. 

Pick From Two Bundles

Heinz to Home has launched with two signature bundles – ‘Winter Warmers’ and ‘The Essentials’. Each bundle will feature the following Heinz favourites:

Winter Warmers Bundle | Creates seven meals

  • 2 x 300g Heinz Baked Beanz
  • 2 x 300g Heinz Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce
  • 1 x 430g Heinz Soup of the Day Old Fashioned Chicken
  • 1 x 430g Heinz Soup of the Day Buttercup Pumpkin & Veg
  • 1 x 330g Heinz Plant Proteinz 7 Veg Soup
  • Total price – $15 (excluding delivery)

The Essentials Bundle | Creates eight meals plus two sauces

  • 1 x 500ml Heinz Tomato Ketchup
  • 1 x 295ml Heinz Seriously Good Garlic Lovers Aioli
  • 1 x 430g Heinz Soup of the Day Pea and Ham Soup
  • 1 x 430g Heinz Soup of the Day Old Fashioned Chicken Soup
  • 2 x 300g Heinz Baked Beanz
  • 2 x 300g Heinz Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce
  • 1 x 330g Heinz Plant Proteinz Creamy Coconut, Pumpkin & Chickpea Soup
  • 1 x 330g Heinz Plant Proteinz 7 Veg Soup
  • Total price – $26 (excluding delivery)

Standard delivery via Australia Post will be available for all Heinz bundles, delivering within 2-3 business days for metro areas and 2-8 days for suburban and regional areas, pending location.

Find out more about Heinz to Home at heinztohome.com.au

Terms and conditions apply.

What you be keen to order from Heinz to Home? Tell us in the comments below.

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  • They are even doinga Fathers Day burger pack now. Looks good! Free delivery for stage 4 Melbourne too.

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  • I Love Heinz and I think this idea is brilliant! Good work Heinz – another reason for me to love and trust you even more!

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  • I don’t buy often Heinz products in the supermarket, so wouldn’t order them. But this is lovely for Heinz lovers and great move they’re offering delivery of the first 400 bundles free of charge for suburbs currently in Stage 4 lockdown. However 400 bundles is not much.

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  • What a marvellous idea and such a trusted brand too!

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  • Fantastic move to offer free shipping for those needing it most

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  • Great idea for those that need it.

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  • I think I’d just get these products with my supermarket shop?

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  • This is very timely, and yes, I’ll consider it.

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  • Its not a bad idea for people who cant go to shops.

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  • I wouldn’t buy it either, but it looks like a great idea for people who are in lockdown.

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  • Like the idea but unfortunately there are things in each bundle that my family just wont eat. Shame you cant create your own bundle instead.

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