(Reuters) - World's biggest fast-food chain seeks new ketchup for its famous french fries. McDonald's Corp on Friday said it plans to end its 40-year relationship with ketchup maker H.J. Heinz Co, since that company is now led by Bernardo …
McDonald's has said it is to stop serving Heinz ketchup in its stores after 40 years. The world's biggest fast-food chain said it would drop the ketchup after Bernardo Hees, the former head of rival Burger King, took over as Heinz's chief executive.
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McDonald’s has said that it is 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 had yesterday said it was …
McDonald's has lost its taste for Heinz ketchup. The fast-food giant said in a statement it is cutting ties with the condiment company after 40 years due to management changes there. A former Burger King chief executive became head of …
Some Leamington residents tell CBC News they plan to boycott McDonald’s or bring their own ketchup to the restaurant now that the fast food chain has severed ties with Heinz. McDonald’s announced on Friday it would stop using Heinz …
Other low-ranking food firms included Kraft Heinz, McDonald's, Walmart, Carrefour, PepsiCo and Mondelez. Companies could score a maximum of 100 percentage …
McDonald’s has announced it will end its 40-year relationship with the Heinz company, which supplied the fast food mega-chain’s ketchup and condiments for years. The reason for this rift? Reuters is reporting that the decision comes after …
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which McDonald's actually spun off in 2006. So whether it's kale, spelt or that new Sriracha-flavored ketchup from Heinz, it's clear that McDonald's needs to add more new menu items to get sales back on the right track. The stock has pretty …
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 management changes there. A former Burger King CEO became head of Heinz in June. …