H.J. Heinz Company, more commonly known as Heinz, is a leading American manufacturer of processed foods headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The company was founded in 1869 by a German American businessman named Henry John Heinz.
Heinz currently markets over 5,700 products in about 200 countries globally. A few of its notable brands include Oreo, Fridays, Jack Daniel’s, Kraft, Jacobs, Schweppes, Dr. Pepper, etc.
The Heinz logo is frequently cited as one of the most popular and instantly recognizable logos in the food industry. The use of red color in the simple, typographic mark makes a reference to the company’s origins as a ketchup manufacturer. The white color, on the other hand, embodies the purity, excellence, superiority and elegance of their products.
The Heinz logo features a custom typeface.
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