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  • Europeans grow their own Heinz tomatoes
  • Europeans grow their own Heinz tomatoes
    Susy Morris (2012) ©
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Europeans grow their own Heinz tomatoes

Heinz Tomato Ketchup hardly inspires images of tomato plants growing in the great outdoors, lovingly nurtured by a farmer and his family. Instead, people might more readily think of high salt content and industrialised manufacturing. The latest Heinz campaign sets out to change that.

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