UPDATE: CHINA: Heinz focused on driving China growth

By Katy Askew | 25 February 2013

US ketchup maker Heinz has insisted it remains committed to driving growth in China despite the move to sell-off its frozen food business in the market, Long Fong Food.

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US ketchup maker Heinz has insisted it remains committed to driving growth in China despite the move to sell-off its frozen food business in the market, Long Fong Food.

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