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Sam Eastwood


[LAPSED] stacking tins

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why do Heinze tins not stack, ive read on various places that it was health & saftery so theyre not stacked too high and fall onto someone but its worse without the interlocking and more likelty to fall, only stacked 1 on top of the other it very easily falls off because they dont interlock, we have small cupboards so we need to stack them and im sure many other people do as well so it was safer before with the interlocking, are you saying only people with large cupboards are allowed Heinz tinned products that can be side by said on the shelf?, other brand names have locking tins without any problems at all

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Heinz Consumer Care | | VERIFIED

Hi Sam Thank you for getting in touch about stacking our canned varieties. Our three-piece cans have a double seam on each can end which provides the strength and scuff resistance quality we demand for our special spiral cookers. Unlike some other Easy-Open-Ends, the underside of the Heinz can also allows a can opener to be used. 1 of 2

Heinz Consumer Care | | VERIFIED

2 of 2 - while Heinz cans are not designed to stack directly on top of each other, they do have the lightest can ends on the planet – part of our commitment to reducing our impact on the environment. Your comments are important to us and we will share your feedback with our Packaging and Development Team. Thank you again for contacting us. Kind regards Amanda
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