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In 2006 Heinz introduced custom ketchup bottle labels. Just visit their special website and you can order ketchup in several size bottles with your customized saying on the label!
(See also Article: Heinz Custom Labels)

Heinz ketchup was introduced in 1876 as a "Blessed relief for Mother and the other women in the household!"

Heinz sells more than 50% of the ketchup in the U.S., 48% of the frozen potatoes, 40% of the tuna and over 50% of the diet foods.

Heinz's slogan '57 Varieties' originated in 1896.

Heinz is a leading producer of vinegar. The company employs a vinegar taster to judge the quality of the company's vinegars.

Heinz was a marketing and advertising pioneer. His company had the largest commercial exhibit at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, and in 1900 erected the first electric sign in New York, a 40 foot pickle!

In 1905 H.J. Heinz Company was the U.S. largest producer of pickles, vinegar and ketchup.

    H.J. HEINZ COMPANY contact information:
    Heinz ketchup, Boston Market, Ore-Ida, Wyler's, Weight Watchers, etc.

    Contact Form click on 'Contact Us' at the very bottom of the page.

    Phone: 800.255.5750
    Canadian consumers are welcome to call:

    Heinz Consumer Affairs
    P.O. Box 57
    Pittsburgh, PA 15230



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