As the Pure Food Company, Heinz has always been committed to sustainability as a deeply held value of our company. From growing tomatoes with our own Heinz® tomato seeds...to offering a wide range of organic, sustainably grown foods...to supporting local farmers around the world, Heinz believes in doing the right thing for the right reasons.
Meeting your guests' high expectations
We also know that consumers are more tuned in to sustainability than ever, and that they seek out restaurants that share their commitment to environmental and social responsibility.
More than two-thirds of consumers say they would visit a socially responsible restaurant more and even pay more for their meal. Also, almost half of consumers report making a strong effort to buy from suppliers with sustainable initiatives. Working with Heinz as a partner in sustainability can help you differentiate your establishment and create a competitive advantage in the minds of those consumers.
What is Sustainability?
"Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
Source: UN-sponsored Brundtland Commission Report (1987)
Making a difference through innovation
- Chef Francisco by Heinz® tubs feature a unique interlocking design that packs more soup into every case than our competitors. Less wasted space in every palette and on every truck maximizes our fuel efficiency and means you use less freezer space and energy.
- Comparing soups from scratch to Heinz tubs, you can reduce kitchen energy usage up to 79% because less energy is needed to heat frozen soups.
- Heinz corporate goals include measurable, substantial reduction in water, energy, solid waste, greenhouse gas emissions and packaging waste. We are meeting and even exceeding our goals through innovations and facility investments that reflect Heinz values.
You can feel good about serving Heinz soups to your customers because our soups are good for them...and for the Earth.