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  • Heinz’s Heroes appear as school begins
  • Heinz’s Heroes appear as school begins
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Heinz’s Heroes appear as school begins

Heinz is hoping to bring some excitement to tea time with the launch of its ‘After School Heroes’ campaign, promoting quick and easy meals that kids will love. As the new school year dawns, parents are rushing to make sure they’ve got everything they need, and Heinz’s Heroes are ready to help.

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