Interbrand, in partnership with BusinessWeek, today (18 September) published its annual list of the world's largest global brands by value. Here is how the food sector performed.

Coming in as the world's 34th largest brand, US cereal giant Kellogg was able to grow the value of its brand by 7% to US$10.43bn.

Ranked the world's 48th biggest brand, US ketchup giant Heinz increased its brand value by 7% to US$7.24bn during the period.

This year, Wrigley was ranked 51st in Interbrand's list. With strong brand growth of 10%, Wrigley - now under the stewardship of Mars - increased its brand value to US$6.73bn.

Nestlé, the world's largest food company, was ranked 58th in terms of brand value. The value of the Nestlé name increased to US$6.31bn, up 13%.

Ranked the world's 60th biggest brand, the value of the Danone brand increased 10% to US$5.96bn.

Just squeezing onto the list in position 100, Interbrand found the Campbell's brand is now worth US$3.08bn.

For Interbrand's full rankings, click here.