1978 Heinz Soup

The H. J. Heinz Company (NYSE: HNZ), commonly known as Heinz and famous for its “57 Varieties” slogan and its ketchup, is a U.S Consumer packaged goods company with world headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The H.J. Heinz Company manufactures thousands of food products in plants on six continents, and markets these products in more than 200 countries and territories. The company claims to have 150 number-one or number two-brands worldwide.  Heinz ranked first in ketchup in the US with a market share in excess of 50%;Ore-Ida label held more than 50% of the frozen-potato sector.

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1979 Farleys Rusks

In the United Kingdom, Farley’s Rusks are a dry biscuit dating from the 1880s but manufactured by Heinz since 1994. They are usually given to infants, soaked in milk and mashed up. They have a cult following among university students.

In 2006 there was a short lived scare when it was found that some Farley’s Rusks contained traces of the weedkiller chlorpropham. The affected products were recalled and the contamination was traced to a batch of flour used during the manufacturing process. The level of contamination was not high enough to be considered a health risk

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1981 Heniz Big Soup

The H. J. Heinz Company (NYSE: HNZ), commonly known as Heinz and famous for its “57 Varieties” slogan and its ketchup, is a U.S food company with world headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Perhaps best known for its ketchup, the H.J. Heinz Company manufactures thousands of food products in plants on six continents and markets these products in more than 200 countries and territories. Heinz ranked first in ketchup in the United States with a market share in excess of 50%. Moreover, itsOre-Ida label held more than 50% of the frozen-potato sector. Overall, the company claims to have 150 number one or number two brands worldwide.

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