By James Robinson for MailOnline
Published: 09:13 GMT, 5 January 2021 | Updated: 09:23 GMT, 5 January 2021
Heinz beans are the latest product to get a protein spin-off - with the launch of a new 'on-the-go' breakfast pot.
The larder staple has been mixed-up with egg, sausage and even spinach to create the new 'high protein' breakfast option.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Snack giant Heinz has also ditched the traditional tin can for a microwaveable plastic pot for the new line.
The new breakfast option - costing £2.50 for a 230g pot - appears to be a modern-day makeover of the old HP All Day Breakfast tins - also made be Heinz.
The larder staple has been mixed-up with egg, sausage and even spinach to create the new 'high protein' breakfast option
Unlike the new modern-day option which spinach, those tins consisted of beans, sausages, bacon, mushrooms and Scotch eggs.
However the new Heinz's creation does pack a punch in terms of protein - with 14.6g per pot - more gramme for gramme than the traditional tinned breakfast.
A Crosse And Blackwell Hunger Breaks All Day Breakfast Beans, for example, contains 24.8g of protein in a larger 400g tin.
However the new pot does contain roughly the same amount of calories gram for gram.