H. J. Heinz Company

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The H. J. Heinz Company was founded in 1869 by Henry J. Heinz and L. Clarence Noble in Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania. Its industry is food processing and its headquarters were in Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania (1869-1872) and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1872-present). In 1875, the company went bankrupt, but was reestablished shortly after under a new name. The company was bought equally by Berkshire Hathaway Inc. and 3G Capital in 2013. In 2015, Kraft Foods merged with Heinz to form the Kraft Heinz Company. Today, the H. J. Heinz Co. acts as a subsidiary under Kraft Heinz.



  • Heinz & Noble (1869-1872)
  • Heinz, Noble & Company (1872-1876)
  • F. & J. Heinz (1876-1888)
  • H. J. Heinz Company (1888-present)


  • Baby Foods
    • 100% Meats
    • Junior Baby Foods
    • Pre-Cooked Cereals
    • Strained Baby Foods
    • Strained Egg Yolks
    • Strained Orange Juice
    • Teething Biscuits
  • Heinz "57" Varieties
    • Beefsteak Sauce
    • Chili Sauce
    • Pickles
      • Chow Chow
      • Dill
      • Fresh Cucumber
    • Prepared Mustard
    • White Pickling Vinegar
      • Yellow (mild)
      • Brown (strong)
    • Tomato Ketchup
  • Soups
    • Beef Broth
    • Cream of Asparagus
    • Cream of Celery
    • Cream of Corn
    • Cream of Green Pea
    • Cream of Tomato
    • Gumbo Creole Soup
    • Mock Turtle
    • Vegetable


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