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Shorts are safe for now, but ketchup is getting squeezed at McDonald's. After a relationship spanning more than 40 years, the fast-food giant is transitioning Heinz out of its restaurants, the company said Friday. Getty Images The move comes after former ...
CNBC · ByKatie Little · 10/25/2013
McDonald’s restaurants will no longer serve up Heinz ketchup, the Washington Post reported Monday. Heinz has supplied McDonalds for 40 years but now McDonald’s has made the decision to not use Heinze any longer. Why? The new CEO is …
Examiner · 10/30/2013
McDonald's said Friday it was dropping ketchup king Heinz as a supplier of the key hamburger condiment, citing management changes at Heinz that put the company closer to rival Burger King. McDonald's said it was ending a relationship of over 40 years …
Emirates247 · 10/26/2013
Last week, McDonald’s decided Heinz would no longer supply ketchup to any of its 34,000 locations. This isn’t a huge deal if you live in the U.S., CBS News says, because McDonald’s already uses its own brand of “fancy ketchup” virtually everywhere.
Yahoo Finance · ByBrandon Ballenger · 10/30/2013
McDonald’s is dropping Heinz as its ketchup supplier due to the advent of a new chief executive officer at H.J. Heinz Co. Bernardo Hees, the new CEO at Heinz, was formerly the chief executive for one of McDonald’s biggest competitors: Burger King.
WebProNews · 10/25/2013
McDonald's has said it will drop ketchup king Heinz as a supplier of the key hamburger condiment, citing management changes at Heinz that put the company closer to rival Burger King. The fast food chain said on Friday that it was ending a relationship of ...
NDTV · 10/26/2013
McDonalds stores in the United States are filled with ketchup dispensers that aren’t branded, while their ketchup packets are actually labeled “fancy ketchup.” In comparison, Burger King uses Heinz ketchup in approximately 80% of its markets ...
The Inquisitr · 10/29/2013
Indeed, ketchup packages handed out at McDonald's restaurants in the United States often say only "fancy ketchup." Most in-store ketchup dispensers are not branded. The move from McDonald's could benefit Heinz ketchup rivals Hunt's, owned by …
Daily Finance · 10/25/2013
McDonald's has lost its taste for Heinz ketchup. The fast-food giant said in a statement Friday that it is cutting ties with the condiment company after 40 years due to management changes there. A former Burger King CEO became head of Heinz in June …
NBC Chicago · 10/25/2013
McDonald's move to drop Heinz as its ketchup vendor won't change operations much in the United States, where the chain had already squeezed Heinz out of nearly every market. Except two. The largest impact will be internationally, where the restaurant …
The Business Journal · 10/28/2013