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Gelato Shop Creates Heinz Ketchup-Flavored Ice Cream

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PITTSBURGH (CBS) — Some people like it on hotdogs, others even put it on eggs but how do you feel about ketchup-flavored ice cream? 80 more words

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Heinz Ketchup Brings The Big Band

I recently wrote about an ad for Heinz’s new mayonnaise. Now we’re back to what Heinz is best known for: ketchup. Specifically, what’s the song playing in this ad where a sprout grows into a tomato plant and then a bottle of Heinz ketchup? 33 more words

Heinz Knees Bumps a Daisy... Info

first published 13th May 2011

Hi everyone and welcome to the blog. This week, sees the anniversaries of the birth and death of two men who are household names the world over, namely  1,475 more words

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Sandwiches Love Heinz's New Mayonnaise

I’m a huge fan of both sandwiches and mayonnaise, so I heard about the introduction of Heinz Mayonnaise with some interest. Heinz, of course, is best known for their ketchup, but I guess they’ve decided to expand their portfolio with some creamy white stuff. 49 more words

Seeing Red with Heinz Ketchup

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Heinz ran a whole campaign with the idea that their ketchup is fresh and healthy because of the main ingredient, namely tomatoes. They try to give the impression that the tomatoes they use are better than anyone else’s, and thus so is their ketchup. 386 more words

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Heinz Dissected

So for my reverse engineering post, I decided to use Heinz as the example of contrast, repetition, alignment, proximity, and color. However, given the simplicity of the ad, I focused on the contrast, alignment, and color. 155 more words

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Hot Dog Please, Chicago Style

Authors: Tate Anderson and Kenya Murillo

David Roman, Manager at Portillo’s on Taylor and Canal, stated, “It was a plate that was highly demanded by the customers and is a great symbol of food for Chicago.” Although only working at portillos for 12 years, he has embraced the Chicago Style hot dog for his entire life. 1,186 more words