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Kraft Heinz

Kraft Heinz Archives

DTC market to hit US$20bn this year as FMCG giants test consumer tastes

"People are more prepared to order directly from manufacturers than they were before. The time is now," says Kraft Heinz...

Kraft Heinz loses bid to change Bega’s packaging

US food giant loses bid to appeal a Federal Court decision that favoured Bega.

Arnott’s appoints Kraft Heinz exec to lead next chapter

George Zoghbi takes up the role of chief executive of Arnott's Biscuits next month following the completion of KKR acqui...

Hungry Jacks and Four’N Twenty join Heinz birthday celebrations

Australian brands pay tribute to iconic ketchup brand Heinz with billboard campaigns.

Heinz to attempt world record at 150th anniversary

Heinz collabs with Collingwood Football Club at the Marvel Stadium.

Kraft Heinz names Miguel Patricio as new CEO

Bernardo Hees to step down in the coming months.

Kraft Heinz Australia appoints new CEO

New FMCG boss plans to capitalise on plant-based products and multi-sensory food experiences.

This week in FMCG

The top headlines this week.

Kraft Heinz mulls over sale of Australian coffee business

Sydney-based FreshFood Services is said to be bidding for the coffee brand.

Kraft Heinz forecasts gloomy 2019, writes down value of iconic brands

The FMCG giant highlighted the tough environment for the packaged food industry.

Kraft Heinz amps up talent drive with new HR chief

Chief of People appointed to develop strong leaders and bring in new talent.

Kraft Heinz pledges 1 billion meals to those in need

Global FMCG giant donates 50,000 meals to Rise Against Hunger.

SweeGen announces new chief

Former Kraft Heinz boss joins sweetener company.

Bega to shell out $12m for peanut grower

Dairy company further expands food range.

Greenseas goes FAD-free following public outcry

Greenpeace and Woolies commit to monitoring tuna company's policies.