Heinz® Yellow Mustard (20 oz)

Heinz® Yellow Mustard (20 oz)

Our delicious recipe is made with 100% natural ingredients, including stone-ground #1 grade mustard seeds and a secret blend of spices and vinegar, for the perfect balance of flavor and tang. Heinz, uncommon quality since 1869.

Now available at Walmart and other select retailers.



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  • Kosher Pareve
  • 100% Natural
  • 0cal
    Calories
  • 0g
    Fiber
  • 0g
    Total Fat
  • 60mg
    Sodium
  • 0g
    Protein
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Nutritional information

Serving Size: 5
Calories: 0 Calories From Fat: 0
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Total Fat 0 g
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Saturated Fat 0 g
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TransFat 0 g
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Cholesterol 0 mg
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Sodium 60 mg
3 %
Total Carbohydrates 0 g
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Fiber 0 g
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Sugars 0 g
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Ingredients

DISTILLED WHITE VINEGAR, MUSTARD SEED, WATER, SALT, TUMERIC, NATURAL FLAVOR AND SPICES

Allergens

No allergen information

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Rating based on 144 reviews: 3 stars
34% of customers would recommend this product
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  • Horrible Bottle Design
    by JAE
    Goofy Large awkward cap. Can't see where mustard is going. Rectangular bottle isn't user friendly. Frenche's mustard rules. Round bottle with sharp, point and aim cap
  • Yellow Mustard Packaging
    by Steve
    Your packaging for the yellow mustard is terrible. Put a bottle of Heinz next to French’s and see which one you find easier to use. I’m done with this product until you get a better squeeze bottle.
  • the facts
    by joe
    when it comes to yellow mustard, often people miss 1 crucial fact and that I believe is to have listed on the bottle that they use #1 Grade Mustard seed. Mustard seed is generally graded 1-4. The specifications for each are listed if you look inthe right place, but the QC. used when selecting each is unknown for sure. I have noticed that Frenches does list #1 grade on the bottle ingredients, however Heinz , at least the bottle I have did not but did make the claim for #1 grade on the website. I do have to wonder why not on the bottle?