H.J. Heinz Company of Canada Ltd

H.J. Heinz Company of Canada Ltd

H.J. Heinz Company of Canada Ltd

 
Address: 90 Sheppard Avenue East, Suite 400,
North York, ON, M2N 7K5, Canada
Phone: (416) 226-5757
Fax: (416)226-5256
How do you define the Heinz name?

To some it's the familiar ketchup bottle in the kitchen cupboards of Canada, the famous tomato juice, or perhaps it's baby food with the trusted Heinz label, or the extensive line of pet foods.

However Heinz Canada is much more than a provider of quality food products. Since its modest start in 1909 in Leamington, Ontario, the Company has prospered and grown to employ some 2,000 Canadians across Canada. It is well known for contributing to the communities in which the company lives and works. It strives to be a desirable employer interested in the professional and personal growth of its people and an innovator in the industry. Founder, Henry John Heinz, would be proud of the Company and the impeccable reputation of the family name.

As it celebrates its 91st year in business, Heinz Canada is very much a company on the move. Heinz Canada offers customers products in five of the seven core global categories: Ketchup, Condiments and Sauces, Convenience Meals, Tuna, Frozen Foods, Infant Foods, Pet Foods, and Organic/Nutritional.

Heinz Canada is part of the H.J.Heinz Company headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with more than 40 affiliates around the world and annual sales approaching $10 billion.

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