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Heinz

(hīnz),
Robert, German pathologist, 1865-1924. See: Heinz body anemia, Heinz bodies, Heinz body test, Heinz-Ehrlich body, Heinz body anemia.
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The transaction is subject to approval by Heinz shareholders, receipt of regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions, and is expected to close in the third (calendar) quarter of 2013.
All but two tasters could identify Heinz from Branston in a blind test and four out of seven preferred Heinz.
As a multi-purpose cleaner, Heinz Cleaning Vinegar offers a six percent acidity level for an extra cleaning boost to achieve streak-free windows and glassware, shine stainless-steel appliances, and remove tough odors and stubborn laundry stains.
Heinz has also redesigned its soup packaging to strengthen consumer appeal.
Heinz plans to renovate two existing factory buildings in Pittsburgh to house the new offices by mid-2001.
Heinz Ketchup Blended with Balsamic Vinegar uses traditional Heinz variety tomatoes and Heinz's special blend of spices but blends it with a tangy balsamic vinegar instead of traditional distilled white vinegar.
Heinz is celebrating by offering 10 lucky readers the chance to win a case of Heinz Organic top down tomato ketchup.
He has also held a number of other roles during his seven years at Heinz to date, including Heinz Canada's director of marketing for its quick serve meals business.
Since 2006, the Heinz Ketchup Creativity Contest has generated more than 130,000 entries from thousands of schools nationwide," said Andy Ludlow, associate brand manager for Heinz Ketchup.
Whether on the grill or in the kitchen, on pork, steak, chicken or veggies, this iconic Heinz product has been a part of kitchens and grills across America for a hundred years.