H. J. Heinz Company’s host of brands includes legendary
Heinz ketchup; thus when Carnegie Museum came calling, "Ketchupsaurus"
was born. With its bright red color and bottle lid snout,
this Torosaurus says "Heinz" and "Pittsburgh"
all at the same time. Just a bit bigger than the company’s
celebrated pickle pin, "Ketchupsaurus" should prove
to be just as popular as a promotion.
H.J. Heinz Company is one of the world’s leading producers
and marketers of ketchup, condiments, sauces, meals, soups,
beans, seafood, snacks, and infant foods. Heinz’s 50
companies have number-one or number-two brands in 200 countries,
showcased by Heinz® Ketchup, the world’s favorite
a responsible corporate citizen, we're actively involved with
positive community programs and initiatives designed at improving
nutrition, the environment, health, food safety and education
on a worldwide level. The
H.J. Heinz Company Foundation, established in 1951, is committed
to promoting the health and nutritional needs of children
and families. This Foundation is just one more way H.J. Heinz
gives back to the people who have made the company what it