Re: Heinz products, Iceland pricing scam.
I have a home delivery from Iceland once a month. You have to spend a minimum of £25 to have your groceries delivered to your home, but it is a minimum spend of £35 to have it delivered free of charge. Anything between £25 and under £35 there is a £2 delivery fee.
Must admit, don't usually buy Heinz products from Iceland, tinned goods usually go on my weekly shop with either Sainsburys or Tesco, (depending what offers are on).
Any frozen goods are always still frozen when delivered.
I usually stock up with their Birds Eye Gastro range of Cod and Haddock, which were always "buy 2 for £5" when they were £4 each at all the other supermarkets. That was a good saving, but they have recently put the price up of each now £3.75 or "2 for £6" so don't buy as many. Plus their part-baked baguettes and strength 5 mature Cheddar Cheese. I don't buy much else from them. I just make sure I buy the above when running very low on them, to ensure I spend £35 or as near as possible to that, once a month.