“It’s amazing to see how much impact a simple ‘thank you’ can have on our service members and veterans,” said Adam Silva, chief development officer for Wounded Warrior Project®. “We love that the Heinz Ketchup ‘Our Turn to Serve’ campaign enables consumers to show their appreciation for those who have served our country while also raising money for injured veterans.”Heinz has a long history of supporting the United States Armed Forces. During World War II, the company re-fitted part of its Pittsburgh factory to produce glider planes and parts and provided almost half of Heinz’s total food production for the Allied armed forces, including large shipments of its iconic ketchup and pickles.
The Heinz "Our Turn To Serve" Campaign Recognizes Veterans And Raises Awareness And Money For Wounded Warrior Project(R) - A Nonprofit, Nonpartisan Organization Whose Mission Is To Honor And Empower Wounded Warriors. (Photo: Business Wire)
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