You Can Feel Good About Heinz
Health and wellness. Two words that mean so much at Heinz. Our commitment to health and wellness is a sustaining, nourishing tradition, just as it always has been since our early days as “The Pure Foods Company.”
In 1869, when founder Henry John Heinz introduced his very first product in a glass bottle, he set a new standard for outstanding product quality, food safety and transparency that is still synonymous with the Heinz name today.
Today, more consumers are opting for healthier lifestyles and are looking to food to help them achieve that goal. Our portfolio is well suited to the opportunity, given our commitment to Pure Ingredients and our focus on Infant/Nutrition and weight management capabilities, in addition to our leading positions in tomato-based foods, beans, soups, and other inherently healthy products.
Heinz is also committed to providing delicious, healthy foods that meet special dietary needs such as low-sodium, gluten-free foods, functional and fortified foods, Kosher foods, and our removal of trans fats from Heinz products.
Heinz offers a range of programs to enhance the health of our 32,200 employees worldwide. From health & wellness fairs to programs promoting physical activity and the benefits of healthy eating, the men and women of Heinz are getting moving and getting more out of life.
With an emphasis on funding non-profit programs that promote the health, nutrition and well being of children and families, the H.J. Heinz Company is making a positive impact in the communities we call home. Our initiatives include the Heinz Micronutrient Campaign, which aims to provide free micronutrient assistance to 10 million children living in developing countries by 2010.