I (DeAnna) am a strategic shopper. I don’t like to shop here (I only like to at certain stores in the USA). I make my list in order of how the store is laid out that I’m going to. I miss a lot of things because I’m on a mission at the store.
David, on the other hand, likes to look at different products and browse while I’m leaving him in my dust to try and break the time record from the time before of how fast I can get through the store. David saw this product on the shelf. The cost conversion is $6 USD for this bottle. We both were taken by it. We’ve never seen any bottle of Heinz American sauce in the USA. Maybe it’s just called Sauce in the USA since one would already be in America. Could this be the secret “sauce” that Dairy Queen puts on their burgers. Our curiosity is piqued, but not enough to buy it and try it.
I’ve seen Heinz Ketchup, Heinz Steak Sauce, Heinz Tomatoes – but never just sauce. The color almost looks like Thousand Island Dressing. As for Dairy Queen’s secret sauce – I don’t think so.
You piqued my interest, so I started to search for this product via the internet. I seems this product is sold (under different labels) in France, Germany, and the Netherlands. It seems to be similar to Thousand Island light and used as a sandwich spread. Various blogs had differing opinions as to the taste. The one from France simple stated, “Ugh!” Guess it is best that you left it on the shop’s shelf.
I find it interesting that the Heinz site does not list this product among their product line. Perhaps this was product “58” and not worthy of falling under the “Heinz 57” category. 🙂