A Heinz Beanz Museum Has Opened In London And The Pictures Are Jokes
A Heinz Beans museum is opening in London and we want to get ourselves down there for the photos alone.
Celebrating 150 years of the iconic baked beans, Heinz have teased photos of what the pop-up museum will look like, and honestly it looks like an utter blast.
But the best part has to be this: guests will have the chance to slide down a saucy slide into a beanie ball pit.
Heinz will also be encouraging kids to think up the Heinz flavours of the future, and guests will even get the chance to pick up their very own can of personalised beans.
The Beanz Muzeum will be held at at the White Space in Covent Garden, London, and will be free to enter so everyone can learn about the history of the humble bean.
In other Heinz-related news, this month, the condiment company went where no man has ever gone before and mixed two table-side favourites - Heinz Ketchup and Heinz Seriously Good Mayonnaise - together in one bottle, forming 'Mayo-chup'.
The condiment kingpins first announced it would be bringing 'Mayo-chup' to UK shores after enjoying wild success in the US. However, it's officially being called Heinz Saucy Sauce, as another company in Europe already owns the name (but we all know it's mayo-chup, yeah? Good.)
Saucy Sauce has been available exclusively at Tesco from 23rd August and will cost £2.69 for a 400ml bottle.
We're still trying to work out where we stand on this, how about you?
Featured Image Credit: Heinz